Discovered the link between diarrhoeal diseases and muddy water.
Representatives of the School of public health Dornsife found no Association between diarrhoeal diseases and muddy water. Though in the framework of the ten studies had similar results. Acute ZHKZ can be caused by pathogens, waterborne, such as norovirus, Giardia, or Cryptosporidium oocysts, and to provoke unpleasant symptoms, including diarrhea and vomiting. In addition, turbidity may be evidence of runoff into water sources, which can contain not only sediment but also harmful microorganisms.
In the course of work, scientists analyzed a series of studies my colleagues and compared the obtained results. As expected, the relationship between turbidity and ZHKZ found in cities with relatively high turbidity, often in unfiltered drinking water sources. It is important to establish the conditions in which turbidity leads to problems with the gastrointestinal tract. If the preconditions are observed in certain conditions, the water supply network can better control their data in order to identify periods of vulnerability to contamination.
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