Please note that this page (below) stresses the extreme importance of this being managed by a doctor. The only good thing is it is bacterial and therefore treatable with the correct antibiotics
Fluids and electrolytes may be given by IV (into a vein). Or you may be asked to drink uncontaminated water with electrolyte packets.
Antibiotics are given to kill the bacteria. There are increasing rates of antibiotic resistance throughout the world, so your health care provider will check current recommendations before choosing an antibiotics.
wash your hands before you touch food, to avoid contamination.
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