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Old April 16th, 2012, 08:29 AM
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Default China - Infectious diarrhea reported in kindergarten in Zhejiang province

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Qing'an kindergarten number of child food poisoning? Initially identified as infectious diarrhea

Welcome to comment Apr 16 2012 16:36 Source: Zhejiang Online : Long Ling
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  Zhejiang Online, April 16 on the 13th night, users in the Sina microblogging upload a message, saying that the Qing'an kindergarten to suspected child care food poisoning incident. "Still in the hospital emergency room doctor, said today's the Qing'an kindergarten headquarters to several children, the symptoms are vomiting, stomach ache, and now suspected food poisoning have been reported to health departments , have the same symptoms The children's parents pay attention to rights. "

  This micro-blog has attracted so many users attention. Parents of children in the kindergarten is more concerned about the matter.

  Number of children with symptoms

  In the middle of the night of April 13, Yang Ying (a pseudonym) suddenly received a the Qing'an kindergarten teacher phone, ask the child vomiting. Although the child is not vomiting, but after she learned that the child's small flights have many children vomiting, a little worried.

  Late at night around 12:00, the children suddenly vomiting. So she spent the whole night the children to the City Hospital. "Class has several children to the blood test, do a B, white blood cells exceeded many doctors said was estimated to be caused by bacteria.

  The doctor told Yang Ying, four or five children in the same situation, in addition to a teacher.

  The reporter later contact with the doctor on duty the night. Doctors said the child to the hospital basically the same symptoms are vomiting, mental. "Symptoms, should also not reached the extent of food poisoning. In general, food poisoning, fever, vomiting, diarrhea, poor mental condition. I gave them to open the stomach and other drug."

  The next night, the Young British children no longer vomiting, and returned to normal.

  Yang Ying said her husband, children to eat, with tuition, the parents can not spend less. Now such a problem, kindergartens must give an explanation, it is estimated that Monday there will be a lot of parents ask.

  Basic rule out food poisoning

  Four or five children have vomiting, a teacher such symptoms. In the end this is going on?

  Yang Ying Kindergarten menu of 13 children for lunch that day is one thousand packages, fungus stir-fry the minced meat, shredded bamboo shoots, bananas, eat in the afternoon is a beautiful home milkshake bread.

  If food poisoning, Yang Yinghuai suspect is most likely caused by one thousand packages, because this stuff is perishable. "Some parents who suspect a bad banana."

  After hearing the news, Xiuzhou District Health Authority and the CDC attach great importance to immediately investigate the matter. In the evening of April 14, the preliminary results of the investigation.

  Xiuzhou District Health Authority, the responsible person, basically ruled out the possibility of food poisoning. "From our survey results, the preliminary view that is infectious diarrhea, suspected food poisoning. Be one of the children in the home birth to a disease, then the infection to other children in kindergarten this more likely to occur in the situation of children, adults and immunity, less likely to be infected. "

  The official said, infectious diarrhea is a very short duration, generally a day or two, sometimes even without treatment will get better. "Generally speaking, 78 hours after infection of a child will be shown, unlike food poisoning is so fast, just three or four hours."

  According to reports, infectious diarrhea refers to a variety of acute and chronic bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites, infections caused by intestinal inflammation caused by diarrhea. The clinical manifestations of bowel movements a day over three times, abnormal fecal traits, as loose stools, watery stools, infectious diarrhea occur mucus, pus and blood, accompanied by nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, fever and general malaise.

  In general, infectious diarrhea is more common in summer. The doctor said that children not drink unboiled water, food wash their hands, the establishment of healthy eating habits can prevent these diseases.

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