Acute diarrhea represents an increase in the frequency of stools three or more times and indicates aqueous or reduced consistency. In most cases, this stool is the result of digestive tract infection (caused by viruses or bacteria) with dehydration, an element of gravity. There is usually a self-limited bottle that lasts from a few days to a week.
Bacteria that play a major role in diarrheal diseases are: Escherichia coli, Salmonella, some strains of Escherichia coli, Campylobacter, Vibrio cholerae. The most common viruses involved in acute diarrheal disease are rotavirus, adenovirus, norovirus, and astrovirus.
Acute diarrhea (BDA), which is known as "dirty hand", salmonellosis, food poisoning, acute gastroenteritis, cholera, typhoid fever and rotavirus infection are among the causes. The cause of the infection is microorganisms, food or beverages that often have sickness or bacterial carriers. Obviously, it is a diarrhea because the risk is higher in summer.
People with the following symptoms should go to an infectious disease hospital: water, explosive, odor, fever, vomiting, abdominal pain, swinging, dehydration (decreased fluid).