- Symptoms of Hemorrhagic fever
- Reasons of Hemorrhagic fever
- Treatment of Hemorrhagic fever
Hemorrhagic fever is the viral disease which is characterized by toxicosis, fever and a hemorrhagic syndrome — the expiration of blood from vessels (bleeding, hemorrhage).
Symptoms of Hemorrhagic fever:
Symptoms of hemorrhagic fever can appear within from 2 to 21 days after infection, depending on type of viral hemorrhagic fever.
Specific characters of hemorrhagic fever vary as viral hemorrhagic fever, but initial manifestations often include: temperature, fatigue, dizziness, muscle pain, loss of forces, hypodermic hemorrhages, bleeding of internals and external bleedings from body openings. Patients can also have problems with a nervous system, shock, spasms and to get to a coma.
Reasons of Hemorrhagic fever:
Causative agents of hemorrhagic fever belong to viruses which source are preferential rodents and mites. Infection comes at a sting of mites, at contact of people with the rodents or objects contaminated by their allocations through air (hemorrhagic fever with a renal syndrome).
Treatment of Hemorrhagic fever:
The mode is a bed, careful nosotrophy, a diet milk and vegetable, hormonal drugs. For reduction of toxicosis enter intravenously solutions of sodium chloride or glucose (5%) to 1 l.