Acute infectious diarrhea lessons learned from the past?

Cleghorn, Geoffrey, Boey, Christopher, Wittenberg, Dankwart, Fuchs, George, Oliver, Mark, Buttery, Jim, Polanco, Isabel, & Roman, Enriqueta (2012) Acute infectious diarrhea lessons learned from the past? Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition, 55(5), pp. 489-493.

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Abstract

The Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition (JPGN) has been at the forefront of many of the seminal advances into research on infectious diarrhea. In 1982, the first article of the JPGN was entitled “Oral Therapy for Dehydration in Diarrheal Diseases as a Global Problem” and has set the scene for several thousand subsequent articles. In his initial editorial, Finberg (1) posed several questions, which still have relevance 30 years later:

  1. When is oral rehydration not appropriate, if ever?

  2. What should be the composition of the oral solution and should there be more than one?

  3. Should recommended practice be different in lesser-developed countries from those in developed countries?

  4. Should the salts and glucose be prepackaged or should home supplies be used by instructed mothers?

  5. When should standard feedings be resumed?

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ID Code: 89184
Item Type: Journal Article
Refereed: Yes
Keywords: acetorphan, cholera vaccine, membrane metalloendopeptidase, oral rehydration solution, probiotic agent, Rotavirus vaccine, shanchol, trace element, typhoid vaccine, unclassified drug, acute diarrhea, Africa, article, Asia, childhood disease, cholera, developed country, drug mechanism, environmental factor, human, Human immunodeficiency virus infection, incidence, infectious diarrhea, oral rehydration therapy, priority journal, social aspect, typhoid fever, Acute Disease, Child, Diarrhea, Fluid Therapy, Humans, Infection, Vaccines, Virus Diseases
DOI: 10.1097/MPG.0b013e318272acc6
ISSN: 0277-2116
Divisions: Current > QUT Faculties and Divisions > Faculty of Health
Current > Schools > School of Exercise & Nutrition Sciences
Deposited On: 20 Oct 2015 04:25
Last Modified: 23 Oct 2015 04:09

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