Gertie MIKOLASOVA 1,2, Annamarie NADDOUR 1,2, Thomas SIMONEK 1,2,4, Marian BAKOS1, Natasa BUJDOVA 1,2, Helena KONOSOVA 1,2, Petra HEIDER 1,2, Pavel CZARNECKI 1, Kristina PAUER 1, Maria BIELOVA 1, Jan BYDZOVSKY 1,2, Maria JACKULIKOVA 1,2, Ioanna TRILISINSKAYA 1,2, Stanislava HUNADYOVA 1,2, Mariana MRAZOVA 1,2, Peri HAJ ALI 1,2, Selvaraj SUBRAMANINAN 1,3, George BENCA 1,4 and Vladimir KRCMERY 1,4 on behalf of the Working group of the ISAC-Infections in Catastrophes 4
1 SEU Migrant health programme St Elizabeth Univ Health Centre Lesbos and UNHCR Greece
2 UN Motol Hospital, Czech Republic, Donau Univ Krems, Austria
3 SAARM Kuala Lumpur, Malajzia
4 Int Soc Antimicrob chemoth, (ISAC) WG ID in catastrophes, ISAC Aberdeen, UK
Background: Gastroenteritis occurs all over the world and generally risky population patients with immunodeficiency, due to variable reason.
Methods: In our study was the main aim epidemiology survey, particularly in pediatric population, and retro-analysis of outbreaks associated with year season and suspected repetition of certain illness.
Results: During two investigated period 2018 and 2019 we gathered data from 9601 visits and the illness of acute gastroenteritis was diagnosed in 183 cases.
Conclusion: If migrants are placed in establishments with a good heat-treated diet and safe drinking water supply, the risk of an epidemic of diarrhea is also low for migrants and their families.
Key words: gastroenteritis, children.
Lek obz, 2020, 69(5): 168-169