Alternative Names Hemorrhagic dengue; Dengue shock syndrome; Philippine hemorrhagic fever; Thai hemorrhagic fever; Singapore hemorrhagic fever Symptoms Early symptoms of dengue hemorrhagic fever are similar to those of dengue fever, but after several days the patient becomes irritable, restless , and sweaty. These symptoms are followed by a shock -like state. Bleeding may appear as tiny spots of blood on the skin ( petechiae ) and larger patches of blood under the skin ( ecchymoses ). Minor injuries may cause bleeding. Shock may cause death. If the patient survives, recovery begins after a one-day crisis period. Early symptoms include: Decreased appetite Fever Headache Joint aches Malaise Muscle aches Vomiting Acute phase symptoms include: Restlessness followed by:
Ecchymosis Generalized rash Petechiae Worsening of earlier symptoms Shock-like state
Cold, clammy extremities Sweatiness (diaphoretic) Signs and tests A physical examination may reveal: Enlarged liver (hepatomegaly) Low blood pressure Rash Red eyes Re...
It is impossible to read any information on ADHD without finding out that the three major symptoms of ADHD are inattention, impulsiveness and hyperactivity. But what does this really mean? What do these symptoms look like on a day to day basis?
Each child is different. Each child has symptoms of ADHD that fall somewhere between mild and severe. Each child has a unique combination of symptoms. Ask any parent. They can go into detail on their child's behavior and their description might have some similarities to another parent's stories, but there will be differences as well. If this is the case, how then, can we figure out what is ADHD, what is normal behavior, and what might be something else entirely?
The following lists are compilations of how the three major symptoms may show up. It will be up to each family to decide if the behaviors warrant consideration, accommodations, behavioral interventions or medication to help in reducing symptoms.
The common cold (also called viral rhinitis) is a viral infection, characterized by nasal congestion , a clear, runny nose, sneezing , scratchy throat and general malaise . For all its achievements, medical science does not have a cure for the common cold. The common cold is a minor illness caused by one of as many as 200 different kinds of viruses, including rhinovirus and adenovirus. These viruses can also cause laryngitis or bronchitis by infecting either the larynx (the "voice box") or the bronchial tubes in the lungs. Infections are spread from one person to another, by hand-to-hand contact, or by a cough or sneeze that sprays many virus particles into the air. A person in good health who becomes the victim of a cold may not need to see a doctor. These viruses do not respond to antibiotics. Severe infections, however, may require medical care and prescription medication. If you develop a fever higher than 102 degrees Fahrenheit, have a history of asthma , an ear infection, la...
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