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Stool test done for 2.5 year child. What does the reports says?

My sons 2.5 years old his stool says as follows stool test result : cosistency-loose, color greenish yellow, mucus present, blood absent, chemical exam section- reaction alkaline, PH 7.50, occult blood-positive, pus cells-numerous, epithelial cell absent, macrophages 28-30 HPF, RBC 18-20 HPF, crystal absent, bacteria increased, yeast Cells present(+), fat globules absent, intestinal protozoa absent, Nemato Heminths absent.apart from this RS test is 1%.please guide
Asked On : Sun, 8 Apr 2012
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Hi Dear;
Welcome to Health care Magic,
Report is pointing towards the bacterial infection like bacillary dysentery. One should immediately go for the stool culture, and start giving empirically some antibiotic which works against gram negative bacteria. and adjust the antibiotic according to the culture report when it is available.
Hope your child will respond to this.
Answered: Sun, 16 Jun 2013
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