The Characteristics of Clinical and Paraclinical in Acute Diarrhea Children Patientat Vietnam National Children's Hospital

Hoang Ngoc Anh, Dang Thi Thuy Ha, Luong Thi Nghiem

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Abstract

Objectives: To describe the clinical and paraclinical characteristics of pediatric patients with acute diarrhea at Vietnam National Children's Hospital in 2019.


Subjects: Children diagnosed with acute diarrhea at Vietnam National Children's Hospital from January 2019 to December 2019.


Methods: Cross-sectional description.


Results and conclusion: 63.7% of children had vomiting, of which 59.2% vomited
5-10 times/day. 55.7% had a mild fever. 20.7% had dehydration. 76.7% of yellow feces and 77.3% of feces had no fishy odor. The majority of children had leukocytes, increased hematocrit. 55.1% of children had Escherichia coli in their stool

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Ngoc Anh, H., Thi Thuy Ha, D., & Thi Nghiem, L. (2020). The Characteristics of Clinical and Paraclinical in Acute Diarrhea Children Patientat Vietnam National Children’s Hospital. Journal of Pediatric Research and Practice, 4(3). https://doi.org/10.25073/jprp.v4i3.204

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