Dr Umme Laila, Dr Atia Haroon, Dr Sana Shabbir
Background: Present spatiotemporal examples of diarhea in Pakistan and assess the relationship between climatic elements and appropriation and the elements of the disease. Place and Duration: In the Department of Medicine in General Hospital Lahore for one-year duration from December 2018 to November 2019. Methods: National information on diarhea has been acquired for the period 2018 to 2019 from the Pakistan Ministry of Health's Health Information and Management System. Climatic factors were gained from Department of Hydrometeorological Services, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Pakistan. Occasional model deterioration was used to analyze current models and regular examples of diarhea. The Bayesian Contingent Autoregressive Model was applied to assess connection among month-to-month diarhea, the most extreme temperatures, rainfall, age and sexual orientation. Results: The normal regular frequency of diarhea was exceptionally regular. The frequency of diarhea increased by 0.5% (96% CrI: 1.6-1.7%) for each degree of increase in the highest temperature; and by 6% (96 Cr I: 5.8-6.2%) for the 1 mm rise in precipitation. Offspring under 6 years of age were considered 75.3% (96% Cr I: 75.2-76.5) more likely to suffer from diarhea than children and adults ≥6 years of age, and women were 5.8% (96% Cr I: 5.5-6.4%) less likely to experience the adverse effects of diarhea than men. It is interesting to note that a residual spatial concentration was found in the wake of the representation of atmospheric and segment factors. Conclusion: The rate of diarrhea was exceptionally consistent, with a positive relationship with temperature and precipitation being the most important and the negative relationship through age and being female. This requires general well-being activities to decrease future dangers of environmental change through extraordinary thinking about the climatic conditions in the neighborhood. In addition, the safety of young people under the age of 6 would be organized concluded the provision of rotavirus immunization, clean and protected drinking water also legitimate toilets. Keywords: Time series analysis, Spatial analysis, Bayesian analysis, Diarrhea, Pakistan.