Non-polio enteroviruses are small RNA viruses that belong to the family Picornaviridae that spread among people by secretions from the gastrointestinal tract or sometimes by respiratory infections there is no specific treatment for non-polio enterovirus infection. People with mild illness caused by non-polio enterovirus infection typically only need symptom treatment. They usually recover completely. However, some illnesses caused by non-polio enteroviruses can be severe enough to require hospitalization.
Prevention of non-polio enterovirus infection is best accomplished by avoiding contact with infected people, using good sanitation practices, and by disinfecting potentially contaminated surfaces. There is no vaccine available to prevent infection with the non-polio enteroviruses.