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Manejo de la diarrea infecciosa
La diarrea infecciosa es la causa más común de diarrea en todo el mundo y la enfermedad diarréica es la segunda causa mundial más importante de muerte.
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Autor: Dres. Casburn-Jones AC, Farthing MJ Fuente: Department of Gastroenterology, University college Hospital; St. George´s Hospital Medical School. Londres. Reino Unido.  Gut. 2004 Feb;53(2):296-305.
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Sra. micaela alejandra reyes   Hace más de un año
El motivo por el cual no se recomienda el uso de ATB en el tratamiento de diarreas por E. COli enterohemorrágica es porque la muerte de las bacterias podría resultar en liberación masiva de la toxina (la cual es responsable del sindrome urémico hemolítico, tan frecuente en mi país).
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Micaela.
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