Gastrointestinal cold is usually caused by virus infection, which can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and other symptoms. It can be confirmed by routine blood tests. Once the patient’s condition is confirmed, he should be treated as soon as possible. However, should gastrointestinal cold be hospitalized?
Gastrointestinal colds generally do not need to be hospitalized. After finding out the cause, they can be relieved by taking medication. If diarrhea occurs, oral antidiarrheal drugs should be taken. For severe symptoms, rehydration is needed to prevent dehydration. If there is fever, it is necessary to cool down in time, such as wiping the body with a wet towel. Because the stomach and intestines are stimulated, patients will also have abdominal pain and even vomit.
Patients usually don’t stay up late, improve their own resistance, don’t overwork, and drink plenty of water, which is helpful to expel toxins from the body. The diet is mainly light, instead of greasy and irritating food, they can eat millet porridge and noodle soup to replenish energy for the body, and try to keep the indoor 空 air fresh and properly open windows and ventilate.
Patients should also pay attention to keep warm, avoid colds caused by the wind, and eat more warm food. When the weather changes greatly, it is easy to cause irritation to the stomach and intestines. In addition, improper diet, frequent cold drinks and food, or bad living habits may all cause diseases. Therefore, it is necessary to protect from life and prevent disease invasion.