Evidence based Medicine on Acute Diarrhea in Children
"We can not guarantee cure, but what we can guarantee is an honest and transparent effort". Evidence based Medicine on Acute Diarrhea in Children Dr.H.K.Takvani, MD Ped., FIAP IPP, NNF, Gujarat State Chapter 2009-2010 National Executive Board Member. IAP 4 terms President IAP, Gujarat State Branch, 2001 President IMA Jamnagar City Branch 2008-09 Children Hospital and Neonatal Care Centre JAMNAGAR-361008, Gujarat, India [email protected][email protected]
www.takvanidr.multiply.com 13/02/2023 June, 2010 Takvani 1 Why to talk on diarrhea? Prescription Surveys says.. No ORS. IVF where ORS works well or better No advice on continuing, increasing BF, (unnecessary stoppage of BF), diet or hygiene No zinc.
13/02/20 Takvani 2 Why to talk on diarrhea? Use of antiemetics Antibiotics often- Nor-metro, Oflo-ornida, Inj.A mikacin. Un-necessary probiotics Racecadotril. 13/02/20
Takvani 3 IAP Consensus Statement Highlights several important developments. Aims that benefits of new knowledge reach affected. Wants that new products are not inappropriately used. 13/02/20 Takvani
next 4 ORS in diarrhea ORS for all ages and all types of diarrhea. Low osmolarity ORS recommended, WHO Sodium 75 mmol/L and glucose 75 mmol/l, osmolarity 245 mosmol/L Continue Breast feeding and routine normal diet and energy dense feeds. 13/02/20 Takvani
5 Why Reduced osmolarity ORS? 39% reduction in need for IVF 19% reduction in stool output 29% lower incidence of vomiting Risk of hyponatremia not significant in any type of diarrhea. 13/02/20 Takvani back
6 Zinc in Diarrhea Based on studies in India and other developing countries there is sufficient evidence to recommend zinc in the treatment of acute diarrhea as adjunct to oral rehydration. 13/02/20 Takvani 7
Zinc in Diarrhea Zinc has an additional modest benefit Reduces stool volume. Reduces duration of diarrhea. Oral rehydration therapy must remain the main stay of treatment. 13/02/20 Takvani 8 Zinc in Diarrhea
Dose: Elemental Zinc 20 mg/day for 6months and older for 14 days 10 mg/day Between 2-6 months. Any of zinc salts e.g., sulphate, gluconate or acetate may be used. 13/02/20 Takvani back 9
Recommendations of the IAP National Task Force for Use of Probiotics The group recommended that based on analysis of studies there is presently insufficient evidence to recommend probiotics in the treatment of acute diarrhea in our settings Recommendations of the IAP National Task Force for Use of Probiotics Almost all the studies till now were done in developed countries except for one very small study from Pakistan. It may not be possible to extrapolate the findings of these studies to
our setting where the breast feeding rates are high and the microbial colonization of the gut is different. Recommendations of the IAP National Task Force for Use of Probiotics The effect of probiotics is strain related and there is paucity of data to establish the efficacy of the probiotic species (namely L. acidophilus, Lactic Acid Bacteria) available in the Indian market. To recommend a particular species it will have to be first evaluated in randomized controlled trials in Indian children.
Recommendations of the IAP National Task Force for Use of Probiotics The earlier studies have documented a beneficial effect on rotavirus diarrhea which was present in >75% of cases in studies from the west. Rotavirus constitutes about 15% to 25% in India. Recommendations of the IAP National Task Force for Use of Probiotics The primary outcome analyzed in all the studies was the duration of diarrhea. The more objective parameter of stool output was not evaluated.
What are Probiotics ?? Nonpathogenic micro-organisms. Exert a positive influence on the health or physiology of the host. They consist of either yeast or bacteria, Sacc. Bul. and Lacto-bacillus. 13/02/20 Takvani 15 Probiotics in the Treatment of Diarrhea
Mechanisms: 1.Protect the intestine by competing with pathogens for attachment. 2.Strengthening tight junctions between enterocytes 3. Enhancing the mucosal immune response to pathogens. 13/02/20 Takvani 16 Racecadotril
Not enough evidence: Safety. Efficacy. There is no data from our settings. Methodology of studies questionable. No routine use back 13/02/20 Takvani 17 Acute Diarrhea in the Young Infant (< 2 mth)
For assessment, recommendations by the IMNCI which is an adapted version of IMCI for India, should be followed. See if child is sick or well child. Management is different for sick and well. 13/02/20 Takvani 18 Acute Diarrhea in the Young Infant (< 2 mth) Infants who are breastfed and have no
dehydration do not need ORS and mothers should be advised to increase breast feeds more often and for longer duration. 13/02/20 Takvani 19 Acute Diarrhea in the Young Infant (< 2 mth) Young infants with dehydration should be treated as has been recommended for other children with dehydration by ORS or IVF as per dehydration.
13/02/20 Takvani 20 Acute Diarrhea in the Young Infant (< 2 mth) Third generation cephalosporins, intra-venous ceftriaxone and amikacin if the child is sick looking, ?septicemia. Where hospitalization is not possible, Oral Cefixime with Inj. Amikacin may be tried after explaining the nature of disease and risk.
13/02/20 Takvani 21 Acute Diarrhea in the Young Infant (> 2 mth) For assessment, IMNCI, No, some,sever dehy. Management is as per grades of dehydration. In cases of No & some dehydration when orally acceptable ORS- ZINC- home available fluids- increase BF. IVF in Severe Dehydration. 13/02/20
Takvani 22 home available fluids 13/02/20 acceptable unacceptable Plain water coffee
coconut water aerated cold drinks plain buttermilk fruit juice(with sugar milk Lassi(with sugar) thin dal
fruit juice(without sugar) Lassi(without sugar) Takvani NEXT 23 Antibiotic in Acute Diarrhoea Indicated only for : Acute bloody diarrhea with gross blood Shigella positive culture, Cholera, Associated systemic infection Severe malnutrition. (Septicemia)
13/02/20 Takvani 24 Antibiotic in Acute Dysentery Indiscriminate use of antibiotics Increasing incidence of resistance. Cotrimoxazole has been recommended as the first line drug for acute bloody diarrhea. High resistance of shigella to cotrimoxazole 13/02/20
Takvani 25 Antibiotic in Acute Dysentery Resistance rates to cotrimoxazole exceed 30% Cefixime 20mg/kg/day 5-7 days should be used instead of quinolones looking to safety and medico legal aspects. No response to cefixime in 3 days Ceftriaxone 50100mg/kg od for 2-5 days. 13/02/20 Takvani
26 Antibiotic in Acute Dysentery Antibiotics are not indicated if No visible blood in stools Pus cells on stool microscopy because of poor specificity of the test. Routine stool examination or stool cultures have no useful role. (except to show that antibiotics are not required- personal) 13/02/20 Takvani
27 Antibiotic in Acute Dysentery Entamoeba histolytica and helminths rarely ever cause acute diarrhea in children. Metronidazole and antihelminthics therefore have no role in the routine management of acute bloody diarrhea. 13/02/20 Takvani 28
Antibiotic in Acute Dysentery Metronidazole/Tinidazole should be used when cases of acute dysentery fail to respond to second line drugs for dysentery such as cefixime or when a stool examination has confirmed trophozoites of Entamoeba hystolitica. 13/02/20 Takvani 29 Antibiotics in Acute Dysentery
Aminoglycosides like gentamicin and amikacin have a poor spectrum of activity against shigella species and therefore they are ineffective in the management of acute bloody diarrhea. 13/02/20 back Takvani 30 Antiemetics in Acute Diarrhea Vomiting, common associated symptom.
Distressing to the parent, antiemetics. Overdose due to haste/improper preparation like domperidone 10mg/1ml instead of 1mg/1ml in sone (Domstal Baby and Motinorn) and round the clock prescrition like TDS leads to side effects. 13/02/20 Takvani 31 Antiemetics in Acute Diarrhea Low osmolarity ORS reduces vomiting.
Stop for 10 minutes and than restart giving ORS in small sips. Most can be managed by frequent small sips (5-10 ml) of ORS with sips of simple water and breast feeding in between without force feeding ORS. 13/02/20 Takvani 32 Antiemetics in Acute Diarrhea Antiemetics should be reserved for children in
whom the vomiting is severe, recurrent and interferes with ORS intake (more than 3 per hour). 13/02/20 Takvani 33 Antiemetics in Acute Diarrhea A single dose of domperidone/?ondansetron in children with severe vomiting. Continued use is not recommended. Dose of 0.1-0.3 mg/kg/dose.
Single dose only 13/02/20 Takvani 34 Antiemetics in Acute Diarrhea In view of serious side effects metoclopramide is not recommended. Personal experience: Single dose of Inj.Metoclopramide 0.2mg/kg stops vomiting and improves ORS intake and avoids IV fluids in many cases without a single case of side
effect. Not validated by IAP. back 13/02/20 Takvani 35 I conclude . Prescribe ORS for all ages. Continue Breast feeding and diet. Explain danger signals. 20 mg/10 mg of elemental zinc 13/02/20
Takvani 36 I conclude. No probiotics, may be as a placebo Causious approach infants <2 mo/PEM as it can be a part of Septicemia. Judicious use of antibiotics for dysentery and systemic infections No antimotility agents.strictly. (seen deaths) 13/02/20
Takvani 37 If interested Indian Pediatrics Statement Consensus statement of IAP National Task Force: Status report on management of acute diarrhea Shinjini Bhatnagar,Nita Bhandari, U.C. Mouli , M.K. Bhan. Indian Pediatrics : Apr 2004;41:335 - 348
Statement National seminar on importance of zinc in human health Ms. Rekha Sinha. Indian Pediatrics : Dec 2004;41:1213 - 1217 Editorial The role of zinc in child health in developing countries: Taking the science where it matters Zulfiqar A. Bhutta. Indian Pediatrics : May 2004;41:429 433 Brief Reports Outcome of Nutritional Rehabilitation with and without Zinc SupplementationK.E. Elizabeth, P. Sreedevi and S. Noel Narayanan. Indian Pediatrics : Jun 2000;37:650 655 Management of Acute Diarrhea: From Evidence to Policy Shinjini Bhatnagar, Seema Alam* and Piyush Gupta* National Co-ordinator, and *Joint National Co-ordinators, IAP-UNICEF Program on Evidence-based Management of Diarrhea. http://indianpediatrics.net/mar2010/mar-215-217.htm 13/02/20
Takvani 38 Friends. Please Share your views Dr.H.K.Takvani MD (Pediatrics), FIAP Children Hospital and Neonatal Care Centre Valkeshwari Nagari Indira Marg JAMNAGAR-361008, Gujarat, India
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