C. difficile can produce several toxins. The two best understood are enterotoxin (toxin A) and cytotoxin (toxin B). Both cause diarrhea and inflammation in infected patients. Which is the worst is the subject of some debate.
• What are the symptoms
• How do I know I have it
• How is it treated?
• Is there a suggested C Diff diet
• What is the 90% cured 'fecal transplant' therapy?
• What is C Diff?
• The C Diff Smell - Key Facts for You
Understanding Your C Diff Infection
What is C Diff • Your Symptoms: A Guide • How is it diagnosed?
How does it make you ill? • Colitis - The colon corroder
What are C Difficile toxins? • What is Clostridium Difficile?
Is it a bacteria • C Diff Test - Your Guide
How do you catch it
What is the Contagious Period? | Is There an Incubation Period
Is it contagious? | Is it Contagious Through Airborne Transmission?
How is it Transmitted? | How can it be prevented?
C Difficile Treatment
What about recurring infections? • What is the 'fecal transplant' therapy?
C Diff Drugs Vancocin • Flagyl Treatment • Fidaxomicin (Dificid)
C Diff Treatment • C Diff Diet
Article written by Dave Roberts.
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