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Dietary management of young children with acute diarrhoea
Derrick Brian Jelliffe
|Statement||Derrick B. Jelliffe & E.F. Patrice Jelliffe.|
|Contributions||Jelliffe, E. F. Patrice.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 91/11691 (R)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 29 p. :|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||91217519|
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You can see the quality of the e-book content that will be shown to a person. Brown KH. Dietary management of acute childhood diarrhea: optimal timing of feeding and appropriate use of milks and mixed diets. J Pediatr ;S Brown KH, Perez F, Gastanaduy AS.
Clinical trial of Dietary management of young children with acute diarrhoea book whole milk, lactose-hydrolyzed whole milk, or cereal-milk mixtures for the dietary management of acute childhood diarrhea.
The management of acute diarrhea in children: oral rehydration, maintenance, and nutritional therapy. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
MMWR Recomm Rep. ; – Brown KH, Peerson JM, Fontaine O. Use of nonhuman milks in the dietary management of young children with acute diarrhea: a meta-analysis of clinical trials. We aimed to summarize the most current evidence on the main aspects of the diarrheal diseases in children.
The following key elements were addressed: definitions, etiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, dietary management, pharmacological treatments, and prevention. We covered the following questions: What are the most important clinical and laboratory features.
Where episodes are frequent, young children may spend more than 15% of their days with diarrhoea (Figure ). About 80% of deaths due to diarrhoea occur in the first two years of life. The main cause of death from acute diarrhoea is dehydration, which results from the loss of fluid and electrolytes in diarrhoeal stools.
Diarrhoea can be of sudden onset and lasting for less than four weeks (acute) or persistent (chronic). This leaflet deals with acute diarrhoea, which is common. In most cases, diarrhoea eases and goes within several days but sometimes takes longer. The main risk is lack of fluid in the body (dehydration).
Brown KH, Peerson J, Fontaine O. Use of nonhuman milks in the dietary management of young children with acute diarrhea: a meta-analysis of clinical trials.
Pediatrics ; Santosham M, Foster S, Reid R, et al. Role of soy-based, lactose-free formula during treatment of acute diarrhea. Pediatrics ; Primary care management of acute bloody diarrhoea in children Always seek urgent specialist advice whenever a child is reported to have had a single acute episode of bloody diarrhoea.
Referral is an emergency where significant dehydration, acute abdominal pain, or other clinical features are noted, indicating the possible need for surgical. Grange AO, Santosham M, Ayodele AK, et al. Evaluation of a maize-cowpea-palm oil diet for the dietary management of Nigerian children with acute, watery diarrhea.
Acta Paediatrica. ; – [PubMed: ]. The rational use of drugs in the management of acute diarrhoea in children. (71 pages) The management and prevention of diarrhoea: practical guidelines.
Third edition. (55 pages) Readings on diarrhoea. Student manual. ( pages) Jelliffe DB, Jelliffe EFP. Dietary management of young children with acute diarrhoea. Brown KH. Dietary management of acute childhood diarrhea: optimal timing of feeding and appropriate use of milks and mixed diets. J Pediatr ;S Brown KH, Perez F, Gastanaduy AS.
Clinical trial of modified whole milk, lactose-hydrolyzed whole milk, or cereal-milk mixtures for the dietary management of acute childhood diarrhea. WHO recommendations on the management of diarrhoea and pneumonia in HIV-infected infants and children Diarrhoea Prevention of diarrhoea Recommendation 1: Vitamin A supplementation is recommended for all HIV-infected and -exposed infants and children aged 6 months to 5 years, in doses given every 6 months ( IU for those aged.
In a controlled clinical trial, 75 children age months admitted to hospital with acute diarrhoea were rehydrated and then randomly allocated to 3 maize porridge dietary.
Brown KH, Peerson J, Fontaine O. Use of nonhuman milks in the dietary management of young children with acute diarrhea: a meta-analysis of clinical trials. Pediatrics. ;– PubMed Google Scholar. Brown, K. H., and A. Gastanaduy. In press. The dietary management of acute childhood diarrhea.
The role of a soy-based formula in the management of acute diarrhea in children. Pediatrics. Sarker, S. A., Tokyo: United Nations University, World Hunger Programme.
Whitehead, R. Protein and energy requirements of young. Infants and children who are 6–59 months of age and have a mid-upper arm circumference management of severe acute. Diarrhea, also spelled diarrhoea, is the condition of having at least three loose, liquid, or watery bowel movements each day.
It often lasts for a few days and can result in dehydration due to fluid loss. Signs of dehydration often begin with loss of the normal stretchiness of the skin and irritable behaviour. This can progress to decreased urination, loss of skin color, a fast heart rate.
Nevertheless, of children presenting with acute diarrhea in Dutch general practice, 16% receive a prescription for antiemetics, antibiotics or antidiarrheals.
Implementation of a guideline on AGE management in children can lead to a reduction in invasive procedures and hospital admissions, and shorter hospital stays [4, 8, 9]. K.H. Brown, J. Peerson, O. FontaineUse of nonhuman milks in the dietary management of young children with acute diarrhoea: a meta-analysis of clinical trials Pediatrics, 93 (), pp.
Google Scholar. Optimizing antibiotic treatment of acute diarrhoea episodes in very young children with severe disease may offer the opportunity to significantly reduce diarrhoea associated deaths in the days following presentation for acute diarrhoea and may also improve growth.
BMJ ;–4. Victora CG, Fuchs SC, Kirkwood BR, et al. Breast-feeding, nutri- tional status, and other prognostic factors for dehydration among young children with diarrhoea in Brazil. Bull World Health Organ ;– 8. Elliott EJ, Backhouse JA, Leach JW. Pre-admission management of acute gastroenteritis.
InLins et al. 36 showed the importance of proper rehydration and dietary management in acute diarrheal episodes as a means of preventing progression to PD.
Use of nonhuman milks in the dietary management of young children with acute diarrhea: a meta-analysis of clinical trials. Pediatrics (). Validity and reliability of clinical signs in the diagnosis of dehydration in children. Alarcon P, Montoya R, Perez F, et al.
Clinical trial of home available, mixed diets versus a lactose-free, soy-protein formula for the dietary management of acute childhood diarrhea. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr ; MacGillivray S, Fahey T, McGuire W. Lactose avoidance for young children with acute diarrhoea.
Dietary management of young children with acute diarrhoea: a manual for managers of health programmes Abstract Ce manuel contient des directives pratiques visant à assurer aux jeunes enfants atteints de diarrhée aiguë une alimentation précoce correcte.
Optimal maternal, infant and young child feeding and caring practices reduce underweight and stunting and set the foundations for appropriate growth.
The survival of wasted children, however, depends on timely detection and management of moderate and severe malnutrition. Ghosh S, An D, Pulinilkunnil T, et al.
Role of dietary fatty acids and acute hyperglycemia in modulating cardiac cell death. Nutrition ; View abstract. Diarrhoea is a broad term and the type depends on the cause and exact symptoms.
Management plans depend on the type of diarrhoea patients have (Table 1) Osmotic diarrhoea. Osmotic diarrhoea occurs when too much water is drawn into the bowel by osmosis, for example when a non-absorbable substance, such as a laxative, has been ingested.
Large. Nelson EA, Chow E, Lewindon PJ, Biswas R. Brown KH, Peerson JM, Fontaine O. Use of nonhuman Management of acute diarrhoea in Hong Kong. milks in the dietary management of young children with J Paediatr Child Health ;33(4) acute. Determinants of dietary intake during childhood diarrhea and implications for appropriate nutritional therapy.
Acta Paediatr. (suppl.): – Brown, K. H., J. Peerson, and O. Fontaine. Use of nonhuman milks in the dietary management of young children with acute diarrhea: A meta-analysis of clinical trials.
Pediatrics 93(1): Dietary management of young children with acute diarrhoea. A practical manual for district programme managers, by D.B. Jelliffe & E.F.P. Jelliffe. Geneva, Switzerland.
Dietary Management of Young Children with Acute Diarrhoea A Practical Manual for District Programme Managers Second edition D.B. Jelliffe and E.F.P. Jelliffe29 pages [E, F, R; S from PAHO] ISBN 92 4 7 /US $; in.
• Should be excluded from Chronic diarrhoea • To R/o associated systemic infections – CBC – URE & C/S – CXR • Stool microscopy • Stool pH & reducing substance 9.
• Nutritional management is the cornerstone – Dietary management – Supplemental vitamins & minerals • Two third cases – OPD • Assess dehydration. Dietary tips for managing diarrhoea.
Some foods can trigger diarrhoea and others help to settle the bowel so changing your diet may help. For example, some of the coarse, insoluble fibre foods such as wholegrain, skins and seeds of certain vegetables can trigger diarrhoea, while soluble fibre foods such as smooth wholemeal breads and cereals can help to form bowel actions.
WHO defines diarrhoea as the “passage of loose or watery stools at least three times in a 24 h period”, but emphasises the importance of change in stool consistency rather than frequency, and the usefulness of parental insight in deciding whether children have diarrhoea or not.
3 Blood in stool could indicate an acute diarrhoeal illnesses. Pedialyte, Rehydrate or Infalyte in children; Gatorade or similar.
May be used as alternative (but not ideally formulated to match Diarrheal losses) Requires dilution with water to half strength; Dietary guidance. Early reintroduction of food is recommended. Decreases Diarrhea severity and duration; Restores nutritional status earlier.
Fig. 1 Therapeutic approach to acute bloody diarrhea in children. Home management of acute diarrhea in adults and children. Milder and uncomplicated cases of nondysenteric diarrhea in both adults and children can be treated at home, regardless of the etiologic agent, using home-based fluid or ORS as appropriate.
#### What you need to know Diarrhoea is a common problem affecting between 20% and 60% of travellers,1 particularly those visiting low and middle income countries. Travellers’ diarrhoea is defined as an increase in frequency of bowel movements to three or more loose stools per day during a trip abroad, usually to a less economically developed region.
This is usually an acute.Young Child Feeding, which recommends actively searching for malnourished infants and young children so they can be identiﬁ ed and treated. The development of the community-based approach for the management of severe acute malnutrition should provide a new impetus for putting this recommendation into practice.
It is urgent.