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Oral rehydration and maintenance of children with rotavirus and bacterial diarrhoeas
Rehydratation mr vole orale et maintien de l'equilibre chez les jeunes enfants atteints de diarrhee a rotavirus ou a bacteries
(Bull World Health Organ. 1979; 57(3): 453–459, 1979)
To determine whether oral glucose-electrolytes therapy could be adapted with equal success to infants with diarrhoea of bacterial and viral etiologies, oral glucose-electrolytes therapy was studied in a setting where all ...
Diarrhea associated with rotaviruses, enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli, Campylobacter, and other agents in costa rican children, 1976-1981
(The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 32(1), 146-153, 1983)
Rotaviruses, enterotoxigenic Escherichia coil, Salmonella, Shigella, and parasites were investigated in outpatient diarrheic children, and in hospitalized diarrheic and nondiarrheic children, between January 1976 and ...
Comparison of sucrose with glucose in oral therapy of infant diarrhea
(The Lancet, 312, 277-279, 1978-08)
In a randomised double-blind trial, 51 5-10% dehydrated infants were rehydrated with oral electrolyte solutions containing sucrose or glucose. Most infants in both groups were successfuUy rehydrated, but the sucrose ...