strugglebusYou know it’s Noro because people are vaccinated against Rota at 2,4,6 months.+2019-05-16T23:19:43Z
beeip@strugglebus: I didn't know about the vaccine schedule. Thanks!+2019-05-16T23:21:53Z
strugglebusAs an addendum, you know it’s not staph aureus b/c that is rapid onset within 4 hours.+2019-05-16T23:23:19Z
asapdoc@Beeip If you go to the vaccines page in first aid it gives you all the high yield vaccinations. I didnt realize to correlate that page to a lot of questions until I got this answer wrong+12019-05-28T18:10:02Z
savdaddyits norovirus b/c it can survive ~2 weeks without a host, which is why we see family members with symptoms 3 days after the initial virus. +2019-05-31T00:59:12Z
savdaddy***after the initial outbreak+2019-05-31T01:00:23Z
eacvfor me this was a discart qx:
1.Giardia lamblia not showed steatorrhea and it needs medication to go away.
2. Rotavirus normally in unvaccinated kids.
3. Shiguella VERY inflammatory stool test do not show anything
4.S areus is very FAST 2-6 hr after eat the contaminated food. +12019-08-05T20:24:51Z
link981Norovirus is the most common cause of viral gastroenteritis in the USA due to vaccination.
+ Rotavirus is the most common cause of viral gastroenteritis in the rest of the world. In this question you had to know the most common cause.+2019-08-18T22:37:27Z
sbryant6Rotavirus occurs in unvaccinated children. In order for it to spread, all those kids would have to be unvaxxed.+2019-06-25T00:46:33Z