Clinical And Factorial Analysis Of Pathological States In Acute Intestinal Infections In Children

Mukarram Shadjalilova

Abstract


The author reported clinical characteristic features and risk factors for acute intestinal infections in 225 children (140 boys and 85 girls, mean age 1.5 years old). 90 (40%) patients aged up to 12 months, 101 (44.9%) were from 1 to 2 years old, and 34 (15.1%) were more than 2 years old. Most children were hospitalized in the first week of illness and had moderate severe course of disease. Severe forms of illness reliably more often were noted in children being on artificial feeding. Toxic-dystrophic condition, severe forms and perinatal encephalopathy were prevailed in boys. Factorial analysis revealed 20 most significant factors with factorization fullness 70.8%. The most significant factors were F-1(factor of hyperthermia duration) with 8.5% effect, F-2 (factor of pain syndrome) – 5.8%, F-3 (factor of normal enzymatic activity of colon bacillus) – 4.9%, F-4 (etiological factor) – 4.6%, as well as F-5(factor of opportunistic flora of the intestine) – 4.4%, respectively.


Keywords


Acute Intestinal Infection, Children, Factorial Analysis

Full Text:

PDF

References


Daminov T.A., Begnatov B.Kh., Shukurov B.V. et al. Clinical and biochemical characteristics of the patients with salmonellosis and other acute intestinal infections receiving papain in complex therapy// Pediatr.-2000.-No. 2-3.-P.70-71 (in Russian).

Kasper H. Gastroenterologie: Lexikalisches Kompendium der Medizin.-Basel,1992.

Makhmudov O.S. The current notions about infectious pathology among children and main directions to improvement of strategy for its prevention in Uzbekistan// Pediatr.-2000.-No. 2-3. - P.146-148 (in Russian).

Juparova M.E. Clinical features of the development of acute intestinal infections in young children with impaired nutritive status// [Infeccionnie bolesni].-2009.-Vol.7, No. 2.-P.83-84 (in Russian).

Yushuk N.D., Brodov L.E. Acute infectious diarrhea// [Ross.J.gastroenterologii, hepatologii, coloproctologii].-2000.-No. 6.-P.22-28 (in Russian).

D.de Boissieu. M Chaussain, J.Badoual, J.Raymond. Small-bowel bacterial overgrowth in children with chronic diarrhea, abdominal pain or both // J.Pediatr.-1996.-Vol.128, N 2.-P. 203-207.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12955/emhpj.v4i0.364

Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.


Print ISSN 1804-5804, Online ISSN 1804-9702

(c) 2015 Central Bohemia University