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Wɔatwerɛ nsɛm wei ɛwɔ Asante kasa mu

Aymtuo, eye yadee a ema onipa gya eboro mpre mminesa da baako a a gyanan no ye nsuo. Ebetumi atena ho wo nna kakra efiri se nipa ne ho nsuo sa.Se nipa ne ho nsuo sa ne honanm no ntumi nto so se dee ete dehydration due to fluid loss. afei nso ema nipa yi suban bi edi. Wei nso ma ne dwonso ko fom, afei nso ne honam ahyensode sesa, akoma nso bo ntemtem, afei nso nipa no ahokeka ko fam wo ebere emu ye den.Nkwadaa a omo nufo a  ogya won anan a emu ye nsuo. betumi aye se enye ayamtuo[1]

.[1] A number of non-infectious causes may also result in diarrhea, including hyperthyroidism, lactose intolerance, inflammatory bowel disease, a number of medications, and irritable bowel syndrome.[2] In most cases, stool cultures are not required to confirm the exact cause.[3]

Sɛ wopɛ sɛ wobɔ wo ho ban firi ayamtuo ho a ɛɛs sɔ wodi wo ni.Afei nso ɛsɛ wo nom nsuo a ɛyɛ krɔgyee.Ɛwɔ sɛ wo de samina nso hohoro wo nsa abrɛ biara. a ho  which is clean water with modest amounts of salts and sugar, is the treatment of choice. Zinc tablets are also recommended.[1] These treatments have been estimated to have saved 50 million children in the past 25 years.[4] When people have diarrhea it is recommended that they continue to eat healthy food and babies continue to be breastfed.[1] If commercial ORS are not available, homemade solutions may be used.[5] In those with severe dehydration, intravenous fluids may be required.[1] Most cases; however, can be managed well with fluids by mouth.[6] Antibiotics, while rarely used, may be recommended in a few cases such as those who have bloody diarrhea and a high fever, those with severe diarrhea following travelling, and those who grow specific bacteria or parasites in their stool.[3] Loperamide may help decrease the number of bowel movement but is not recommended in those with severe disease.[3]

References[sesa | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 "Diarrhoeal disease Fact sheet N°330".
  2. Basem Abdelmalak; John Doyle, eds. (2013).
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 DuPont HL (Apr 17, 2014).
  4. "whqlibdoc.who.int" (PDF).
  5. Prober, edited by Sarah Long, Larry Pickering, Charles G. (2012).
  6. ACEP.