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Clinical and factorial analysis of pathological states in acute intestinal infections in children


Journal: European Medical, Health and Pharmaceutical Journal
ISSN 1804-5804

Volume: 4;
Start page: 37;
Date: 2012;
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Keywords: Acute Intestinal Infection | Children | Factorial Analysis

The author reported clinical characteristic features and risk factors for acute intestinal infections in 225 children (140 boysand 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 moderatesevere course of disease. Severe forms of illness reliably more often were noted in children being on artificial feeding.Toxicdystrophic condition, severe forms and perinatal encephalopathy were prevailed in boys. Factorial analysis revealed20 most significant factors with factorization fullness 70.8%. The most significant factors were F1(factor of hyperthermia duration) with 8.5% effect, F2 (factor of pain syndrome) 5.8%, F3 (factor of normal enzymatic activity of colon bacillus)4.9%,F4(etiological factor) 4.6%,as well as F5(factor of opportunistic flora of the intestine) 4.4%,respectively.
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