‘We believe that all patients with diarrhea, particularly if severe enough to require a hospital visit, should be tested for C. Difficile on arrival at the hospital the moment the test is primarily in patients, ingested the antibiotics have done. Which probably means that not everyone receives a proper diagnosis, ‘warned Dr.
According to Dr. ‘Beyond the 45 – day period after treatment, the risk is reduced significantly. ‘.. The results show that 53 percent of patients had not been on antibiotics in the 45 days prior to C. C.difficile hospitalization exposed investigated. An interest rate that can be reduced by 46 percent when the pre-hospital was analyzed time frame extended by 90 days. ‘These figures show that approximately 50 percent of community-acquired C. Difficile infections are not related to the use of antibiotics,’says Dr. ‘While the use of antibiotics in fact plays an important role, other factors also important be. But we still need to to determine ‘ other risk factors.Kaptein of in Toronto Western Research Institute Led, 9,000 persons used data of Canada involvement and Activity Survey, the national phone survey in 2001-2002 to nearly 29,000 person be given. The report analyzes Replies on fast 9,000 people aged between 25 and 64 years old. Interviewees were the intensity and frequency activity restriction for activities that require interviewed expected to in the working world, such prolonged standing, bending down and picking up objects, climbing stairs, wear objects, be encountered with fingers, traveling by car and motion some between the rooms. They were also asked that the workplace Lodgings as to the type and whether been available, and matters over employment discrimination or disadvantage of it..