Cholera is an infection of the intestine and is caused by a bacteria found in contaminated water and food. Usually mild, the symptoms of Cholera include vomiting, diarrhea, and rapid heart rate. About 5-10% of Cholera cases become severe and can cause acute renal failure and coma. If untreated, dehydration can lead to death. Cholera is treated with rehydration and more severe cases are treated with antibiotics. There are two Cholera vaccines available in most underdeveloped countries, but they come in two doses so prevention is not immediate.
Cholera Bioinformatics Tool
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Cholera is also known as cholera, cholera due to vibrio cholerae (disorder), cholera - vibrio cholerae (disorder), cholera, unspecified (disorder), cholera due to vibrio cholerae, vibrio cholerae infection, cholera nos (disorder), cholera, unspecified, cholera (disorder), vibrio cholerae.