Fever

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Fever- the body's response to the effects of pathogenic stimuli (infection, decomposition products of microbes, any tissues) and manifested in an increase in body temperature; basically, it is an adaptive response that increases the body’s natural resistance in infectious diseases, but it can be harmful if the temperature is too high (in children it is cramp).
Q fever is an acute infectious disease characterized by lesions of the reticuloendothelial system, intoxication, fever, interstitial pneumonia.
Recurrent fevers (typhoid) - a group of acute infectious diseases caused by human pathogenic treponema of the genus Borrelia; manifested by a series of febrile seizures with headache, muscle and joint pain, diarrhea, vomiting, cough, pain in the eyes, and an enlarged spleen. Attacks last 5-6 days and are separated by the best-temperature intervals of approximately the same duration.
Dengue haemorrhagic fever is an endemic tropical and subtropical infection that occurs in the form of systemic fever with joint pain or hemorrhagic syndrome.
Hemorrhagic Congo-Krima fever is an acute infectious disease that proceeds with a high fever, characterized by a two-wave temperature curve, severe intoxication, headache and muscle pain, bleeding, hemorrhagic enanthema and petechial skin rash.
Haemorrhagic fever of Laos is an infectious disease from the group of hemorrhagic fevers; differs in high contagiousness, gradual development, severe intoxication, fever, common myositis, hemorrhagic syndrome, diffuse liver damage.
Hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome is an acute infectious disease that occurs in the form of chronic progressive nephritis with the development of renal failure and hemorrhagic syndrome. Etiology. Pathogens are viruses of the genus Hantavirus of the family Bunyaviridae.
Yellow fever is an acute infectious disease, characterized by hemorrhagic syndrome, damage to the cardiovascular system, liver and kidneys.
Marseille fever is an acute infectious disease characterized by fever, rash and joint pain.
Fever of unknown origin - an increase in body temperature above 38.3 ° C for at least 4 times during 14 days due to undiagnosed disease.
Trench fever is an acute infectious disease that occurs in typical cases in paroxysmal form with repeated four-, five-day fever, divided by several days of remission, or in a typhoid form with a multi-day continuous fever. Etiology. The causative agent is rickettsia Rochalimaea quintana.
Acute rheumatic fever is a disease characterized by a systemic inflammatory lesion of the connective tissue of the autoimmune nature involving the heart and joints, triggered by group A B-hemolytic streptococcus. In the absence of antibiotic prophylaxis, relapses often occur. Commonly used in practice, rheumatism is currently used to refer to a pathological condition that combines acute rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease.
Fever from a rat bite is a common name for two infectious diseases from a group of bacterial zoonoses: sodbke and streptobacillary fever.
Pappatachi fever is an acute infectious disease that occurs with short-term high fever, headache and muscle pain, photophobia and vascular injection of sclera.
Spotted fever Rockies - acute infectious disease; It is characterized by polymorphic fever, often papular-hemorrhagic rash all over the body, enantema of mucous membranes and various complications, especially skin necrosis in the groin area.
Streptobacillary fever is an acute infectious disease, characterized by repeated bouts of fever, inflammatory necrotic changes at the site of the bite, regional lymphadenitis, polyarthritis, rashes, mainly on the joints and extensor surfaces.
Tsutsugamushi fever is an acute rickettsiosis that occurs with severe fever, damage to the nervous and cardiovascular systems, the presence of primary affect, lymphadenopathy and maculopapular rash.
Fever treatment
The mode of bed rest, careful care of the patient, a milk-vegetable diet. Pathogenic drugs are corticosteroids.To reduce toxicosis injected solutions of sodium chloride or glucose (5%) to 1 l. In acute renal failure, peritoneal dialysis is performed.
A more detailed course of treatment is compiled by the doctor.

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