The Mid-Autumn Festival holiday that just passed was much more comfortable than the high temperature days of the previous period.

However, the reporter learned from the emergency department of various hospitals in Nanjing that there are still many people who have been admitted to the emergency department of the hospital for various reasons.

A number of emergency doctors also reminded the public to beware of common diseases in autumn, and to adjust their status in time to return to their normal work and life rhythms.

  Yangzi Evening News/Ziniu News reporter Yang Yan

  The underlying disease is not well controlled, and cerebral infarction occurs from time to time

  Chief physician Chen Xufeng, deputy director of the emergency department of Jiangsu Provincial People's Hospital (The First Affiliated Hospital of Nanjing Medical University), told the Yangtze Evening News reporter that during the Mid-Autumn Festival holiday that just passed, there were not many patients in the emergency department, mainly common and frequently-occurring diseases.

  "In a more critical situation, we have also seen a few patients with cerebral infarction." Chief physician Chen Xufeng told reporters that the temperature is not low at the moment, and it has not reached the peak period of cerebral apoplexy. Most of the patients admitted to the emergency department are Because hypertension, hyperlipidemia, diabetes and other basic diseases are not well controlled, there is atherosclerosis, vascular plaques fall off, leading to cerebral infarction.

  Experts remind that as the temperature decreases, the incidence of myocardial infarction and cerebral infarction will also increase.

Remind the public to avoid accidents, be careful not to be too greedy for cold, the temperature is just right; replenish water in time; pay attention to light diet, do not eat excessively greasy food; chronically ill patients should insist on taking medicines, do not stop taking medicines without authorization; ensure sufficient sleep, don't stay up late.

The last is to maintain a good and healthy state of mind, avoid being too emotional, and also help prevent accidents.

  Big fish and big meat drink freely, and there are many problems with "eating"

  Sun Baodi, Deputy Chief Physician of the Emergency Department of the Shaw Hospital Affiliated to Nanjing Medical University, said that during the short holiday, most of the trauma patients admitted by Shaw Hospital were car accident injuries and multiple injuries, and many others suffered from uncontrolled diet and "eating". The problem was brought to the emergency department: some people had a lot of fish and meat and iced drinks, and suffered from acute gastroenteritis, vomiting and diarrhea; some people ate too much, and they had symptoms of chest tightness and chest pain; some patients drank too much and suffered from acute alcohol poisoning.

  Experts remind that autumn is the season of high incidence of acute gastroenteritis. The public should pay attention to food hygiene and a reasonable diet, especially the food taken out of the refrigerator, should be cooked thoroughly, and do not eat too much cold drinks and irritating food.

In addition, you should drink in moderation. Excessive drinking can easily lead to gastric bleeding, acute pancreatitis, etc., and even lead to severe pancreatitis or drunken death. If you feel unwell, you should go to the hospital in time.

  Baby has frequent diarrhea, beware of rotavirus

  The reporter learned from many hospitals that there are many babies who come to see a doctor because of diarrhea during the small holiday.

Autumn is a period of high incidence of diarrhea in young children, most of which are caused by rotavirus infection.

Small patients are mostly babies from 6 months to 2 years old, and the onset time is mostly from September to December.

  Rotavirus is mainly transmitted through the fecal-oral route. Because the hands of the person taking care of the baby are not clean, it may contaminate the feeding bottle, toys, dairy products, etc., which may cause infection.

The onset of rotavirus is acute, accompanied by a cold at the initial stage, and some children will also have low-grade fever symptoms.

The stool frequency increased significantly and was egg-like, and a few also had mucus or pus and blood.

Most of the young children have no spirit and are accompanied by vomiting.

  According to experts, although the baby is "infected" with rotavirus "poisonous" diarrhea, there is no need to worry too much. This is a self-limiting disease, and the symptoms will usually disappear in 5-7 days.

We should prevent infection, pay attention to hygiene, and try not to take children to crowded places to reduce the chance of infection.

Once it is found that the baby has diarrhea, the umbilical stick can be applied first. If the baby's condition is mild after the disease, the diarrhea is less than four or five times a day, and the mental state is good. Parents can do diet feeding and oral rehydration for the baby at home.

If frequent diarrhea, it is necessary to immediately go to a large hospital specialist.

In addition, oral rotavirus vaccine can be given to babies to prevent rotavirus infection, and to a certain extent, it also plays a role in preventing autumn diarrhea in children.