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what are the most common bacterial cuses of gastro in infants?
salmonella, shigella, e. coli, yersinia enterocolitica, campylobacter jejuni.
what are the presenting signs of UTI in infants?
fever w/o apparant source, vomiting and irritability
what are the presenting signs of pyloric stenosis
Projectile vomiting with every feeding is characteristic. Is hungry, vigorous feeder

Emesis is undigested formula
What aer teh presenting signs of a lower GI obstruction?
vomiting can be a part, obstructions below ligament of treitz often produce bilious emesis
what are teh presenting signs of GE reflux?
frequent spitting up, and poor weight gain.
when shoudl you suspect Metabolic disorders?
vomiting
lethargy, irritability
how do you dx rotavirus?
enzyme immunoassay, latex agglutenatino in feces
when does pyloric stenosis present?
3wks old, may be as early as 1 wk, as old as 5 months.
Labs: hypochloremic metabolic alkalosis