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Calicivнrus - What you need to know about rуla?


Generally speaking, we are not suffering from a non-yeast disease: calicivirus has been a bit and big down in the foot for over 12 years. Like the flu virus, it has many variations. But let's see how we can prevent it and what we can do about it!

What do you need to know about ricla?

Calicivirus is a very common infectious cause of diarrhea and / or vomiting, which causes 30-40 of viral gastritis and 75-89 percent of such diseases worldwide. The latency time is barely 12-36 hours, and despite the onset of severe symptoms, the patient usually heals within 2-3 days, and the disease heals without any manifestations. The symptoms and course of the virus very similar to the game and the adenovarius and often do not even know which one is causing the complaints. Children and adults, women and men do not have any particular infectiousness, but in larger communities (inferiority, kindergarten, school, hospital) are clearly greater.

What are your symptoms?

Sudden onset
- vomiting
- diarrhea
- abdominal pain
- depression, weakness
- Heat elevation (rare fever)
- possibly headache, myalgia In children, vomiting is more common (even without diarrhea), but older people tend to have diarrhea (without vomiting).

How to prevent it?

Because calicivirus is a very small round-stranded single-stranded RNA virus and is extremely contagious (up to 10 pcs of viruses can cause disease), it is less likely that someone will get hot. SHEand the material is not against it.The pathogens may be excreted from the body by the infected person, vomiting, and contaminated water, and by touching the affected objects. Calicivirus can also occur in raw foods or in water.

What can we do?

- Wash your hands more often! This is important for adults and especially for children, as they tend to put their hands in their mouths. Wash hands thoroughly before and after changing diapers for infants and young children. The correct washing should be done with warm water and soap, and then cleaned with a clean cloth. - Use disinfectant! Be at home and keep one in our pocket.- Let's strive for maximum hygiene! Regularly disinfect the various surfaces that are frequently touched in the home (desk, door handles, toilet), and not forget about electronic devices (phones, laptops, tablets, etc.)! It is also useful to change the kitchen dish sponge frequently.- Always wash fruits and greens! And keep the basic hygiene rules in the kitchen too. As long as you are infected in the family: - It is best for the patient to remain in quarantine until healing. Sleep indoors, indoors, use a bath / toilet - if that is possible.- Replace cotton towel for medical treatment - Dispose of the patient - Dispose of the patient. grown up, it is important that you make sure that you do not have any signs of diarrhea or vomiting that can spread the infection further in the family. Calicivirus infects for 1-3 days after healing - keep this alive!

Treatment of the disease

There is no antiviral drug for infection, that is and the use of antibiotics is downright harmfulsince they are ineffective against viral diseases. The person infected with calicivirus will, in most cases, self-heal within 2-3 days. Infants, the elderly, and immunologically compromised individuals may be in need of hospital care because of the risk of dehydration. folyadйkpуtlбs! As with any diarrhea or vomiting disease, it is important to consume as much fluids as possible to prevent dehydration. In infants, this means more frequent breastfeeding. And toddlers should be flushed every 10 to 15 minutes with half-1 decis of decolourised water. If you do not accept it, you may also make "cubes / tea cubes": fill an ice cubes with iced syrup or chilled honey tea, place in the freezer and lick the patient. And we can get it in a pharmacy rehydration too. If nothing works and all fluids "get out" of the baby, make sure to consult your pediatrician! This kind of alleviation of diarrhea is forbidden, as it can cause the disease to die out because the virus cannot leave the body. These include: swollen / fallen eyes, dry lips and skin, sunken wells, less frequent diaper changes, wheezing, whiteness, fast breathing, cold hands and feet. If you experience any of these, you should seek medical attention immediately - Easy diet and sleep! If you stop losing weight, eat cooked rice / potatoes, brownies, breadcrumbs, bananas, apples - these can be given to small children depending on what they adopt. The loss of electrolytes and their recharging (kitchen, magnesium, potassium) is particularly important. However, the child does not have to be dieted for a long time, as it strengthens the weakened body by returning to the normal schedule as soon as possible.- Use probiotics! If your symptoms have eased for a while, start taking a probiotic - choose to give your child a rush. In any case, seek medical attention in the following cases:
- vomiting / diarrhea is not relieved on the third day
- 39 degrees higher fever
- Strong heartbreak
- Bloody stool
- severe abdominal pain
- detect signs of discharge in infants / toddlers
- Vomiting and diarrhea in childhood
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