winter vomiting disease

A 1–3 day, often parvovirus-induced intestinal ‘flu’, which is most common in the winter in temperate climates

winter vomiting disease

Epidemic vomiting A 1-3 day, often parvovirus-induced intestinal 'flu' most common in the winter in temperate climates Clinical Either mild, afebrile watery diarrhea or more severe, febrile with vomiting, headache, systemic complaints
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Norovirus, also known as winter vomiting disease, causes gastroenteritis and is highly infectious.
It was historically known as "winter vomiting disease" due to its seasonality and typical symptoms.
The virus informally known as 'winter vomiting disease' is responsible for about 20 million cases each year (5) and it is typically spread through improperly handled food or from people passing the virus to others.
Norovirus, a member of the Caliciviridae family of small RNA viruses, is the major cause of viral gastroenteritis worldwide, often referred to as winter vomiting disease .
QWHAT is winter vomiting disease? ATHIS is vomiting and diarrhoea caused by the norovirus.
Washington, February 12 ( ANI ): A new study has revealed that a substance in oregano oil that gives the pizza herb its distinctive warm, aromatic smell and flavor, is effective against winter vomiting disease.
"The most common form in young children is rotavirus and for older ones norovirus, more commonly known as winter vomiting disease and can last several days.
"Winter vomiting disease" was the clinical moniker for viral acute gastroenteritis (AGE), including illnesses caused by norovirus and rotavirus, nearly 100 years ago (1).
Noroviruses are the most common cause of infectious gastroenteritis, also known as "winter vomiting disease" or "stomach flu".
London: More than 1.1 million people in Britain have succumbed to the norovirus winter vomiting disease so far this season, and health officials expect cases to jump higher after a Christmas and New Year dip.
The peak period of norovirus infection is December to February, so it is known as "winter vomiting disease." Deaths from norovirus often result from severe dehydration.