- Gastroenterocolitis symptoms
- Gastroenterocolitis reasons
- Treatment of the Gastroenterocolitis
Gastroenterocolitis (from other - Greek — a stomach, — a gut, — a large intestine) a simultaneous inflammatory disease of a stomach, thick and thin departments of intestines of digestive tract.
Symptoms of an acute gastroenterocolitis it is shown by an eructation, heartburn, pains and weight in an anticardium. Sometimes the disease begins vomiting food with the subsequent diarrhea, swelling, morbidity of a stomach, rumbling and transfusion in intestines. The condition of the patient depends on the nature of an infection and body resistance. In hard cases weakness, weakness, the confused consciousness, temperature increase and cardiovascular frustration is noted. The acute gastroenterocolitis passes in mild cases in 5 — 7 days; in heavy — the disease can drag on, accepting quite often chronic character.
The chronic gastroenterocolitis develops quite often against the background of other damages of digestive organs. Disease, as a rule, long-term, recurrent. The periods of an aggravation are caused by disturbances of the mode and quality of food, and also an infection. Displays of a disease depend on preferential damage of a stomach or intestines.
The acute gastroenterocolitis develops usually as a result of food toxicoinfections, the flu which is followed by intestinal bleedings other infectious diseases (typhus, tuberculosis, sepsis, etc.) allergic factors, poisonings (strong acids and alkalis, alcohols, heavy metals, medicinal poisonings and so forth). The infection can get into intestines through a mouth or be brought with blood.
The contributing factor are the akhiliya, avitaminosis and anemia.
Treatment of the Gastroenterocolitis:
Treatment of an acute gastroenterocolitis. Elimination of the reason which caused a gastroenterocolitis, for example treatment of food toxicoinfections.
Treatment of a chronic gastroenterocolitis. Treatment is directed to elimination of the inflammatory phenomena of digestive tract, fight against an infection and intoxication. Dietotherapy: food fractional (5 — 6 times a day), an exception of a diet of mechanical and chemical irritants (snack, smoked products, canned food, fried dishes, rough and sinewy meat, rough grades of vegetables), black bread and fresh milk. Preferential proteinaceous diet (beef-infusion broths, chopped meat, chicken, a turkey, the wiped cottage cheese, three-day kefir is taken as a basis of food at low acidity, low-fat cheese, boiled fish — a pike perch, a pike, a cod); in limited quantity — semolina, rice and oat porridges on water with a small amount of oil, white crackers or stale bread; tea with a lemon, blackcurrant juice, dogrose broth, fruit compotes (except plum).