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Gastroenteritis (Food Poisoning)

Gastroenteritis (Food Poisoning): What is it, Causes, Symptoms, Where to Seek Treatment | Singapore General Hospital

Gastroenteritis (Food Poisoning) - Symptoms

Symptoms of Gastroenteritis (Food Poisoning)

The clinical features of food poisoning are profuse vomiting, diarrhoea, crampy abdominal pain within 8 to 24 hours after ingestion of the contaminated foods. Fever may or may not be present. Diarrhoea can range from very mild, self limiting disease of one to a few loose stools and only minimal symptoms. At the other end of the spectrum, 'dysentery' like syndrome can be seen with soft, watery stools that may contain blood, mucus and pus.

Gastroenteritis (Food Poisoning) - How to prevent?

Gastroenteritis (Food Poisoning) - Diagnosis

Gastroenteritis (Food Poisoning) - Preparing for surgery

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Gastroenteritis (Food Poisoning) - Other Information

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