DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2224-0551.3.46.2013.89041

Treatment of Acute Intestinal Infections in Children

S.A. Kramarev

Abstract


The article deals with one of the most serious problems in pediatrics — acute intestinal infections. The issues of treatment — rehydration, antibiotic therapy, adjuvant therapy are considered in detail. The recommendations on the diet of children with infectious diarrhea had been given.


Keywords


acute intestinal infections; diarrhea; rehydration; antibiotic therapy

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