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Differential diagnosis of infectious watery diarrhea (view from time immemorial to the present). Modern approaches to rehydration
Today, as in ancient times, diarrhea (loss of water and electrolytes along with stool) accompanies many pathological conditions in humans. The pathophysiology of various types of diarrhea has been studied, which made it possible to optimize therapeutic approaches and save the lives of many people. The most dangerous conditions occur in young patients with osmotic and exudative types of diarrhea, as they result in exicosis within a short time. In arriving at a diagnosis, rehydration therapydoi:10.21518/2079-701x-2021-11-188-200 fatcat:7yirjas7y5cjxonv2w5ocgp45m