Results for: Gastroenteritis

In Conditions and Diseases

What is gastroenteritis?

Answer . Inflamation of the intestine, typically the large intestine.. Gastroenteritis can be caused by anything that inflames the stomach and small intestine.. (1) Most (MORE)
In Infectious Diseases

How gastroenteritis transmitted?

Gastroenteritis is transmitted by fecal-oral route. Feces are transmitted to another person through infected water, hands or flies.
In Conditions and Diseases

How do you treat gastroenteritis?

Drink lots of fluids the first 24 hours. Jello and popcyles are good too! but dont drink your liquids to fast you want them to absorb into the body instead of letting it buil (MORE)
In Conditions and Diseases

What are the symptoms of gastroenteritis?

The main symptoms of gastroenteritis are a seriously painful abdomen and diarrhea and vomiting. This is why it is more commonly known as the tummy bug. The symptoms of gastroe (MORE)
In Intestinal Health

How do you get gastroenteritis?

By being near someone who is/has been infected recently. Also, Gastroenteritis can be caught by drinking unclean water and not washing your hands after meals and going to the (MORE)
In Health

How serious is gastroenteritis?

If it is treated then it is not too serious but it can also depend on you're age, if the victim is under 5 there is more chance of death
In Conditions and Diseases

What should you do if you have gastroenteritis?

If you have gastroenteritis, you should: . Get at least two tablespoons/one ounce/30 cc of fluid every 15 minutes . Advance diet as tolerated; don't just eat bananas, rice, (MORE)
In Health

What are symptoms of gastroenteritis?

Symptoms depend on the kind of gastroenteritis. Generally most gastroenteritis are accompanied with these common symptoms: Diarrhea, vomiting, abdominal pain, nausea, dehyd (MORE)
In Conditions and Diseases

What is gastroenteritis-?

Inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract that affects both thestomach and the small intestine is a medical condition known asgastroenteritis.