The National Center for Epidemiology, Disease Prevention and Control (CDC) of the Ministry of Health (Minsa) provides recommendations to prevent acute diarrheal diseases, also known as ADD, after reporting 277,218 episodes of this disease.
CDC Peru explained that EDAs are caused by microorganisms such as viruses, bacteria or parasites, which, for the most part, are transmitted by water or food with fecal contamination. Likewise, the entity specified that infection by acute diarrheal diseases is more common when there is a shortage of clean water for drinking, cooking or washing.
In this context, the most frequent symptoms that occur due to this disease are: abdominal pain, fever, nausea, general malaise and decreased stool consistency.
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