Monday, April 11, 2011

Dengue Fever Symptoms and First Aid

Dengue Fever Symptoms and First Aid, Overview of dengue fever that I have ever experienced. Maybe you can help ...

Dengue Fever Symptoms and First Aid, There are several symptoms of dengue fever:

Red Spot
Often at the beginning of fever, no red spots. There are some cases that are no red spots.

High Heat
Heat can be spotty, or may not go down at all throughout the day.

Shivering and bone ache
Cold feeling in the whole body and there are certain points in the body piercing bones ache.

Toilet is black and hard
This phenomenon has begun to be seen if the low platelet

Platelets began to fall
Levels of platelets can be known by a blood test in the laboratory.
Pain when eyes looked to the side

Some friends have it, felt sick when glanced to the left and right side.

Neck pain
Sometimes too, there was swelling in the neck and pain

If you experience prolonged high fever (more than 1 day) and not cured by taking drugs, try to go to the nearest hospital and check your blood. If you find your platelets already at the lower limit of normal (normal range: 150000-500000), be careful.

There are ways that can be taken without having to stay in the hospital, but need a strong will to do so. The way it is as follows:

Drink water min. 20 medium-sized glasses every day (more is better)

Try to lower the heat by drinking febrifuge (eg paracetamol)

Some friends and doctors advised to drink extra ions.

Other beverages are suggested: guava juice to increase the platelet (some are suggested: red yeast rice leaves, guava leaves, etc.)

Eat nutritious foods and try to eat in quantity that many (though usually eat interest will decrease drastically).

Actually, all the above efforts aim to increase body resistance against the attack of dengue fever, dengue fever because it basically does not need a particular drug (and indeed there is no cure for it). Endurance can be seen from the number of leukocytes in the blood. When the leukocytes started to increase (improve), then usually platelets, which then increases.

If you are able to do no.1 from above with no less effort whatsoever, you do not need to the hospital for hospitalization (save it?)

If we are hospitalized, consider drugs that were served, because there is no cure for dengue fever that (except for fever). Infusion is needed, but do not ever want to be given antibiotics (unless there are other diseases). Tablets are usually given vitamin.

Note also the results of the laboratory every day. Actually, if platelets have increased over the lower limit of normal (platelets graph does not go down again), had normal body heat back (36'C-37'C), blood pressure (tension) is normal, a sign that you've started to recover, and you've can ask the doctor for outpatient care only. While at home, attempt to drink water as much as possible should keep running.


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