The Role of Rotavirus Infection Requiring Treatment in a Hospital in Children with Diarrheal Syndrome

Yu.Yu. Stepanova, O.L. Kryvusha, L.L. Petrenko

Abstract


The aim of this research was to investigate the prognostic and diagnostic value of some clinical and biological factors in the development of acute intestinal rotavirus infection in children. We observed 161 children aged 1 month to 6 years. 81 children were diagnosed with rotavirus infection, and 80 — with secretory diarrhea of unknown origin. Treatment of children was carried out in a hospital. Analysis of clinical and anamnestic data enabled to choose the most prognostically and diagnostically important predictors out of 117 studied risk factors. The authors investigated the association of clinical and biological factors with the severity of rotavirus infection, which would highlight the groups of children with high risk of rotavirus infection, which requires treatment in a hospital. The practical application of the results of this work should be the optimization of early diagnostics of rotavirus infections and timeliness of preventive measures.


Keywords


children; acute gastroenteritis; rotavirus infection; diagnosis; prevention

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2308-2097.4.50.2013.86388

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