Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Complications of Diarrhea

Dehydration is the most common complications from diarrhea. Other complications sometimes arise include:
- Disturbances in the normal electrolyte balance in the body.
Electrolytes are chemical substances which, when melted or dissolved in water or other liquids
breaking into particles and capable of carrying electric current. Electrolyte concentration
different in blood, tissues, and fluids in the body's cells. Our bodies need
have the right amount of electrolytes to obtain energy. Some diseases
such as diarrhea can cause a lack of one or more electrolytes.

- Ileus Paralysis (Paralytic ileus)
It is a condition where there is a reduction or absence of bowel movements.
This condition can occur due to surgery, injury to the abdominal wall, kidney pain
severe, or other severe illnesses.

- Septicemia
It is a condition in which there apda infection throughout the body. This condition
usually following an infection in one part of the body, from which bacteria
go to various parts of the body via blood

- Complications of intravascular coagulation of blood as dissemination
If there is illness or injury of any kind, blood tends to form a mass of
semi-solid or blood clots in the blood vessels. Therefore, the body must
uses many chemicals to shape it. To combat the effects of
clotting, the body produces large amounts of anti-clotting chemicals.
As a result, blood does not clot. If the blood does not clot, it can even
cause bleeding. Septicemia, serious injury, bleeding, and many diseases
others can cause severe intravascular coagulation terdiseminasi or scattered.

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