An acute infection refers to the rapid onset of the disease. In acute infections, microbes live for less than six months in the host. The growth rate of microbes is faster in acute infections, and it is comparatively easy to identify the causative agent.
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Query: My daughter is 13.5 months old. For last four days she has diaper rashes. This is the first time she is getting rashes. From yesterday I am using Benzalkonium & Zinc skin cream (happynap). Now rashes reduced. Normally my daughter was pooped 2 or 3 times daily. But for These past four days she is... Read Full »
Answer: Please note that it is less likely the child has got loos motions because you gave chicken. Instead the child may be having loose motions because of some infection. Please reduce milk intake during this time to increase recovery rate. Also you can continue giving rice kanji. I would advise to give ... Read Full »