Acute diarrhea indicates the increase in the frequency of faeces with three or more, aqueous or diminished compositions. Most of these cycles are due to gastrointestinal infections (caused by viruses or bacteria) involving dehydration, which is part of gravity. It is usually self-limiting diseases that last a few days a week.
Bacteria that play a major role in diarrhea include: Shigella, Salmonella, some E. coli, Campylobacter, Vibrio cholerae strains. The most common viruses of acute diarrhea include: rotavirus, adenovirus, norovirus, astrovirus.
Acute diarrhea (BDA) is an acute dysentery known as "dirty hand", salmonellosis, food poisoning, acute gastroenterocolitis, cholera, typhoid fever, rotavirus infection, etc. The source of infection is food containing microbes or drinks that are often sick or carriers. It is clear that the risks are bigger in the summer, so it can be called a diarrhea season.
People with the following symptoms come to a hospital for infectious diseases: several water, explosive, bad smells, fever, vomiting, stomachs, confusion, dehydration (body water loses).