E.I.E.coli All of them cause extensive intestinal mucosal damage by invasion of the intestinal wall Leading into bloody mucoid diarrhea.
Complication of diarrhea 1. Local . Intestinal wall perforation . Intestinal vessel erosion leading to bleeding Systemic (Generalized) . Dehydration leading to hypovolemic shock . Septicaemia leading to septic shock . Malnutrition due to loss of essential nutrients and electrolytes. 2.
Laboratory diagnosis: Specimen: Stool, rectal swab Wet mount preparation: Pus cells, red blood cells, parasites and ova. Culture: Mac Conkey agar, SS agar, TCBS agar, Campylo agar
Observe for colony appearance, pigmentation, hemolysis.
Biochemical identification. Treatment:
. Fluid and electrolyte replacement . Provision of antibiotics . Continue feeding