25 female Sudden Diarrhea then fever

No Street food history in 3 days. Morning only diarrhea. Till evening 102 F Diarrhea is a common thing i Dialy deal with this condition. Just post here to get treatment suggestion of others. Cos curofy is the best platform to exchange suggestions. Diagnosis ??? Management ???

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Diarrhoea is common illness Common cause is infection ingested along with food Hence common approach is to treat mix infection Oflox-oz bd Tab meftalspas PPI Ondestron Rest of reasons like parasetic or viral or food poisoning or systemic diseases etc will need respective approach

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? DIARRHEA .. ? G/E .. ? DYSENTERY .. MANAGEMENT .. IV..FLUIDS .. RL .. DNS .. TAXIM 1GM .. MIKACIN 500MG .. PCM .. SATROGYL-O .. PROBIOTICS.. ORS..ELECTRAL .. SYMPTOMATIC T/T.. STOOL EXAMINATION.. AND.. C&S ..

Looks infective in origin. Treat it with tab lcin oz 1 tab twice daily along zinc and probiotics with ors and paracetamol for fever .

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Gastroenteritis, Cap Pantop DSR one before meal, Tab Cifran CT one bd, Cap Vibact DS one bd, Tab Paracetamol 500 one sos , and ask for STOOL Culture and sensitivity

Sufufe muqliyasa 4 gm two times a day and Sharbate bail 10 ml twice a day Habbe kabid naushadri two tab two times a day shikanjibeen lemuni three or four times a day Moong dal bhadri with curd only to given

Acute gastroenteritis Tab l cin oz levofloxacin ornidazole, paracetamol sos ors zinc, probiotics

Tab Satrogyl O BD Tab Zifi 200 BD Tab Lopamide SOS Cap Bifilac BD after 1 hour of antibiotics If diarrhea more then 10+ then RL Mikacin 500 Pan Iv If vomit feeling Vomikind 2ml IV Then other side wait for investigation result

Gastroenteritis Start- tab oflox oz bd Cap vizylac bd Tab zerodal spas sos Tab calpol 650 bd Tab zedott bd 3 days atleast

Look for infective causes Give nutritional support Give xone Inj IM twice day for 3 days ORS sachet twice a day Might be helpful ,ūüĎć

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