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      • From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Bloody diarrhea) Dysentery is a type of gastroenteritis that results in diarrhea with blood. Other symptoms may include fever, abdominal pain, and a feeling of incomplete defecation.,abdominal%20pain%2C%20and%20a%20feeling%20of%20incomplete%20defecation.
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  2. Diarrhea - Wikipedia

    Shiga-toxin producing Escherichia coli, such as E coli o157:h7, are the most common cause of infectious bloody diarrhea in the United States. Campylobacter spp. are a common cause of bacterial diarrhea, but infections by Salmonella spp., Shigella spp. and some strains of Escherichia coli are also a frequent cause.

  3. Dysentery - Wikipedia

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Bloody diarrhea) Dysentery is a type of gastroenteritis that results in diarrhea with blood. Other symptoms may include fever, abdominal pain, and a feeling of incomplete defecation.

  4. Blood in stool - Wikipedia

    Treatment of bloody stool depends largely on the cause of the bleeding. Bleeding is commonly associated with symptoms of fatigue, dizziness, headaches, or even shortness of breath, and these associated symptoms also require treatment.

  5. Acute diarrhea - WikEM
    • Background
    • Clinical Features
    • Evaluation
    • Supportive Therapies
    • Antibiotics For Infectious Diarrhea
    • Disposition
    • See Also
    Almost all true diarrheal emergencies are of noninfectious origin
    85% of diarrhea is infectious in etiology


    1. Possible food poisoning? 1.1. Symptoms occur within 6hr 2. Does it resolve (osmotic) or persist (secretory) with fasting? 3. Are the stools of smaller volume (large intestine) or larger volume (small intestine) 4. Fever or abdominal pain? (diverticulitis, gastroenteritis, IBD) 5. Bloody or melenic? 6. Tenesmus? (shigella) 7. Malodorous? (giardia) 8. Recent travel? (Traveler's Diarrhea) 9. Recent antibiotics? (C. diff) 10. HIV/immunocompromised/high risk behaviors? 11. Heat intolerance and...

    Physical Exam

    1. Thyroidmasses 2. Oral ulcers, erythema nodosum, episcleritis, anal fissure (IBD) 3. Reactive arthritis (Arthritis, conjunctivitis, urethritis) 3.1. Suggests infection with salmonella, shigella, campylobacter, or yersinia 4. Rectal exam for fecal impaction 5. Guaiac 6. Abdominal pain out of proportion to exam (mesenteric ischemia)

    Indications for Workup

    Indicated for: 1. Profuse watery diarrhea with signs of hypovolemia 2. Severe abdominal pain 3. Fever>38.5 (101.3) (suggests infection with invasive bacteria) 4. Symptoms >2-3d 5. Blood or pus in stool (E. coli0157:H7) 6. Recent hospitalization or antibiotic use 7. Elderly or immunocompromised 8. Systemic illness with diarrhea (esp if pregnant (listeria))

    1. Fluids should contain sugar, salt, and water


    1. Lactobacilli and bifidobacterium 2. 25% decrease in average duration of diarrhea (good evidence)

    Diet Modification

    1. Eat: BRAT(Bananas, Rice, Applesauce and Toast) diet (no evidence) 2. Avoid: Caffeine(increased gastric motility), raw fruit (increased osmotic diarrhea), lactose

    Most cases of diarrhea are NOT from infectious causes. If the patient suspects that there is blood in the stool but there is no abdominal pain, and no fever, the cause is unlikely to be from a bact...
    The majority of patients, even with bacterial positive cultures, will recover from diarrhea illness without antibiotic therapy
    Hospitalization should be individualized based on the patient's ability to tolerate oral hydration, have adequate social support, and also based on complicating comorbidities.
    Majority of patients can be treated as an outpatient
    Observation or admission is required for those with severe disease, and significant dehydration with other end organ complications
  6. Chronic diarrhea of infancy - Wikipedia

    Diarrhea is separated into three clinical categories; acute diarrhea may last multiple hours or days, acute bloody diarrhea, also known as dysentery, and finally, chronic or persistent diarrhea which lasts 2-4 weeks or more. There is normal growth with no evidence of malnutrition in the child experiencing persistent diarrhea.

    • Toddler's diarrhea
    • Pediatrics
  7. Travelers' diarrhea - Wikipedia's_diarrhea

    Travelers' diarrhea (TD) is a stomach and intestinal infection. TD is defined as the passage of unformed stool (one or more by some definitions, three or more by others) while traveling. It may be accompanied by abdominal cramps, nausea, fever, and bloating. Occasionally bloody diarrhea may occur.

  8. 9 Causes of Bloody Diarrhea - WebMD

    It’s unpleasant to have diarrhea by itself, so it’s understandable to be concerned if you find blood in it. Loose, watery stool with bleeding can be a symptom of a serious condition like ulcerative...

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  9. How to Treat a Cat with Bloody Diarrhea - wikiHow
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    • Diagnosing the Cause of Bloody Diarrhea Take the cat to the vet. Blood in your cat’s stool may be due to a variety of conditions, so you need to take your cat to the vet as soon as possible.
    • Treating Bloody Diarrhea Change the cat’s diet. Food allergies may cause bloody diarrhea. If your vet believes this is the cause, you will be instructed to change the cat’s diet.
    • Recognizing Symptoms Identify blood in the stool. Bloody diarrhea is a symptom that needs immediate vet attention, so it's important to know what to look for.
  10. Oct 19, 2018 · Bloody diarrhea is a potentially critical condition in which there is blood mixed in with loose, watery stools. The blood can arise from anywhere along your digestive tract, from the mouth to the anus. Bloody diarrhea is often a sign of gastrointestinal bleeding due to injury or disease.

  11. Aug 27, 2020 · Diarrhea & Stools When noticing bloody stool, the most common causes derive from hemorrhoids or anal fissures. Bloody diarrhea, however is generally not normal and can be caused by an intestinal infections such as E. Coli, food poisoning, or an intestinal parasite. Read below for more information on causes and when to seek emergency treatment.