Treatment for Cholera
Treatment of cholera involves fluid and electrolyte replacement, and antibiotic treatment.
Infection of cholera can be adequately treated by fluid and electrolyte replacement with oral rehydration salts (
In severe cases, an effective antibiotic treatment can reduce the volume and duration of diarrhea and the period of V. cholerae excretion.
Tetracycline is the antibiotic usually given, but resistance to
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