The disorderly discharge of semi-fecal and fluid fecal stool from the bowel is known as Acute Diarrhea. The two bacteria, salmonella typhi and e.coli, are found to cause this condition. In normal cases, it takes a span of a fortnight to heal. Episodes of dehydration and food poisoning can be attributed as causes. Aged people and children are likelier to suffer from this condition. Heightened cases would include severe bowel infection. Stool evaluation is a common method of diagnosis.
HOW IS ACUTE DIARRHEA DIAGNOSED?
This condition is one of the most common and prevalent digestive disorders in the world.