Hello, acute infectious diarrhea generally does not need to fast (except severe vomiting), oral rehydration therapy or intravenous rehydration, in a few hours you should be able to resume eating. It is recommended that you eat less each time but more times a day.
Patients with acute infectious diarrhea should be treated with oral rehydration salts as much as possible. Intestinal mucosal protective agent and adsorbent montmorillonite, pectin and activated carbon, etc., have the function of adsorbing intestinal toxins and protecting intestinal mucosa. Sodium salicylate inhibits intestinal secretion and relieves diarrhea, nausea, abdominal pain and other symptoms in patients with diarrhea. An enkephalinase inhibitor that reduces excessive secretion of intestinal water and electrolytes. If necessary, antibacterial agents can be selected based on fecal bacterial culture and drug susceptibility results.