Nonspecific enterocolitis

Nonspecific enterocolitis Nonspecific enterocolitis is an inflammatory dystrophic lesion of the intestinal mucosa. The frequency of observation of the disease is about 27%.Primarily it is possible to observe a simultaneous lesion of the cavity of the small and large intestine.

Nonspecific enterocolitis is a polyetiological disease in which the exogenous factor plays an important role:

  • A prolonged infection of the intestinal cavity, especially in children. Also here it is possible to carry a malosymptomatic form of acute intestinal infection with inadequate therapeutic procedures.
  • Long-term parasitic intestinal invasion.
  • Food allergic reactions.
  • The use without supervision for a long time of some medicines, for example, antibiotics, corticosteroids, salicylates and other.
  • Immunodeficiency status.

Symptoms of nonspecific enterocolitis

Nonspecific enterocolitis - symptoms Symptoms of the disease may include enteral, which are caused by digestive disorders and absorption, as well as signs accompanied by painful sensations and

dyspeptic syndromes.

In acute form, nonspecific enterocolitis has more pronounced characteristics and appears suddenly, unlike a chronic type of disease that can also occur after improper treatment of an acute form.

The main symptom of nonspecific enterocolitis is a painful sensation that will predominantly be localized in the umbilical region and in the middle abdomen. They are of intense, paroxysmal or monotonous bursting character. Mostly will be provoked with errors in the diet:

  • Painful sensations.
  • Stool disorders.
  • Flatulence.
  • Disturbance of intestinal absorption.
  • Presence of mucus and blood in feces.

Treatment of nonspecific enterocolitis

Nonspecific enterocolitis - treatment As an important aspect in the treatment of nonspecific enterocolitis, a diet is observed, where the use of coarse fiber, refractory fats, fried, spicy and milk is limited. The food is taken only warm and in small portions about 6 times a day.

The drug therapy includes:

  • Astringent-type remedies.
  • Drugs that can reduce flatulence.
  • Drugs that affect enkephalin receptors.

In addition, the use of highly mineralized, cooled mineral waters is prescribed.

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