how to short time reduce high grade fever.


short time increase body temperature that normal 98.6°F (37°C) but any type of disease foreign body attack quick and short time body temperature High more than (103F) this also called his High grade fever.

Below the disease during high body temperature.

✓ dengue fever

✓malaria fever

✓typhoid fever

✓viral fever

✓ bacterial fever

✓ any type of chronic disease

2) symptoms during high grade fever.

Body temperatures vary slightly from person to person and at different times of day. The average temperature has traditionally been defined as 98.6 F (37 C). A temperature taken using a mouth thermometer (oral temperature) that’s 100 F (37.8 C) or higher is generally considered to be a fever

Chills and shivering
Muscle aches
Loss of appetite
General weakness

Warning signs of severe dengue

Watch for signs and symptoms of severe dengue. Warning signs usually begin in the 24–48 hours after your fever has gone away.

Immediately go to a local clinic or emergency room if you or a family member has any of the following symptoms.

Belly pain, tenderness
Vomiting (at least 3 times in 24 hours)
Bleeding from the nose or gums
Vomiting blood, or blood in the stool
Feeling tired, restless, or irritable..

examination of dengue fever.

Nucleic acid amplification tests (NAATs)For patients with suspected dengue virus disease, NAATs are the preferred method of laboratory diagnosis. NAATs should be performed on serum specimens collected 7 days or less after symptom

Treatment of dengue fever.

There is no specific medicine to treat dengue infection.
If you think you may have dengue fever, you should use pain relievers with acetaminophen and avoid medicines with aspirin, which could worsen bleeding. You should also rest, drink plenty of fluids, and see your doctor. If you start to feel worse in the first 24 hours after your fever goes down, you should get to a hospital immediately to be checked for complications.

Preventing Dengue Fever..

The best way to prevent the disease is to prevent bites by infected mosquitoes, particularly if you are living in or traveling to a tropical area. This involves protecting yourself and making efforts to keep the mosquito population down. In 2019, the FDA approved a vaccine called Dengvaxia to help prevent the disease from occurring in adolescents aged 9 to 16 who have already been infected by dengue. But, there currently is no vaccine to prevent the general population from contracting it.

2) malarial fever.

Symptoms of Malaria

The symptoms of the disease may occur within 1 to 3 weeks after being infected. There are 4 species of the Plasmodium parasite that can infect the female Anopheles mosquito and cause malaria in humans – P. falciparum, P. vivax, P. ovale and P. malaria. Of these, Plasmodium falciparum is the most dangerous; a malarial infection caused by this parasite can kill rapidly.

A malaria patient is likely to suffer from many, if not all, of the symptoms mentioned below:

Abdominal pain
Chills and sweats
Diarrhea, nausea and vomiting
High fever
Low blood pressure
Feeling dizzy when shifting from a lying or a sitting position to a standing position (also called Orthostatic Hypotension)
Muscle aches
Poor appetite

In patients infected with the P. falciparum parasite, the following symptoms may also occur:

Anaemia caused by the destruction of infected red blood cells
Extreme tiredness, delirium, unconsciousness, convulsions and coma
Kidney failure
Pulmonary edema (a serious condition where fluid builds up in the lungs and leads to severe breathing problems)

The parasites, P. vivax and P. ovale can lie dormant in the liver for up to a year before causing any symptoms. They can even remain dormant in the liver again and cause relapses later.

Diagnosis and Treatment Of Malaria

If you suffer from the above symptoms, do visit your doctor quickly and get your blood tested to check if the parasite is present. The doctor will also check to see if you have an enlarged spleen, which sometimes accompanies the fever of malaria. Plasmodium parasites in the blood are usually visible under the microscope. There are also simple dipstick tests that can be used to identify the P. falciparum parasite. Blood tests as well as liver and kidney function tests may be conducted to check the effects of the parasite on your health. If it is recognized early, malaria can be completely cured. The treatment chosen by your doctor depends on the following factors:

The type of malaria
The area you traveled to or visited when you contracted malaria
The severity of the illness
Your medical history
Whether you are pregnant

Treatment usually lasts for 3 to 7 days, depending on the medication type. To get rid of the parasite, it’s important to take the medication for the entire time period prescribed by the medical professional.

Preventive Measures for Malaria

The first step in safeguarding yourself and your family against the virus is to keep mosquitoes at bay as the disease is spread through them. Clear any sources of stagnating water, indoors and outdoors, as they can act as mosquito breeding grounds. Since mosquitoes are night feeders, stay away from danger zones – particularly fields, forests and swamps – from dusk to dawn to avoid being bitten. Wear pants and long-sleeved clothing that are light-coloured and comfortable as mosquitoes can bite through tight synthetic clothing and are attracted to dark colours.

3) typhoid fever.

Typhoid fever is caused by dangerous bacteria called Salmonella typhi. Salmonella typhi is related to the bacteria that cause salmonellosis, another serious intestinal infection, but they aren’t the same.

Fecal-oral transmission route
Most people in developed countries pick up typhoid bacteria while they’re traveling. Once they have been infected, they can spread it to others through the fecal-oral route.

This means that Salmonella typhi is passed in the feces and sometimes in the urine of infected people. If you eat food that has been handled by someone who has typhoid fever and who hasn’t washed carefully after using the toilet, you can become infected.

In developing countries, where typhoid fever is established, most people become infected by drinking contaminated water. The bacteria may also spread through contaminated food and through direct contact with someone who is infected.

investigation of typhoid.

Vidal test, SGPT,SGOT, serum Billi, urine test, CBC

Treatment of typhoid fever .

1) symptomatic treatment

Tab- cefixime

Tab- pantoperazol

Tab- paracetamol

viral and bacterial disease normally symptoms are cough cold are appear.

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