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High temperature for several days and a risk of pneumonia

on Thursday, 23 July 2015. Posted in Health area

High temperature for several days and a risk of pneumonia

In last past days of February and the beginning of March, we can clearly observate a change of disease character among Polish people. Infections of digestive tracts have been replaced by viral infections with general symptoms, including: high temperature resisting anti-fever medicines, risk of side effect in form of pneumonia.



 

In last past days of February and the beginning of March, we can clearly observate a change of disease character among Polish people. Infections of digestive tracts have been replaced by viral infections with general symptoms, including: high temperature resisting anti-fever medicines, risk of side effect in form of pneumonia.

 

The end of winter holiday did not bring the end of sickness period. Exchange of pathological flora as well as return to school meant for many also a return of a disease. In the recent weeks, we clearly notice a change of symptom character accompanying viral infections. The most common current infections are characterised by high temperature, going up to 40 degrees C and periodical dry cough. The fever never or hardly respons to anti-fever medicines, such as: paracetamol and ibuprofen. High temperature can last from several hours till 3-4 days. Antibiotics in case of viral infection are pointless.

The next stage of the diesease usually includes: lower body temperature, runny nose and cough. Fits of dry cough may even last up to 2 and 3 weeks after the fever recedes, especially while sleeping.


The treatement, especially at the acute stage should include: anti-fever medicines (administration of alternative paracetamol and ibuprofen, even every 2 hours), proper body hydration ( in small proportions), medicines increasing mucous in airways (ambroxol, acetylocystine, phlegamin, herbal sirups: pine, lime and elderberry juice) in case of peristence of cough – cough drops. Covering of the child, fresh cold air by open window as well inhalation with physiological salts may help to curb the cough.

A malignant form of the infection may turn into bronchitis and peneumonia. Dysponea and increased symptoms are a frequent reason for an hospitalisation. In that case, one should consider applying antibiotics or other medical treatement.


Institute of Healthy Treatment encourages to appply medical cupping glasses at an early stage of infection which according to our observations, considerably reduced the risk of side effects. Cupping-application is the best way of treating the postinfectional symptomats.

Among our patients, there were many children being treated with antibiotics who were forced to see the doctor again, due to persisting cough. Cupping-application in accordance with the instructions of dr Narcyz considerably accelerated a retreat of the symptoms and helped the recovery.

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doc.med. Narcyz Sadłoń

expert of Instytutu Zdrowego Leczenia (Institute of Healthy Treatement)

 



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