Blood Pressure In Typhus Patients.?
Hi I want to ask. If a patient has typhoid disease Is T / D normal ?, normal RR? And N normal? Thank you for bothering me!
Hello, good night Theressya ..
In general, typhoid / typhoid fever does not have a major impact on changes in blood pressure, respirational rate (RR), or pulse rate, so that all three tests can give normal results. However, this condition can vary from person to person. High fever generally makes a person's heart rate or pulse faster so that as compensation, the rate of breathing changes faster. However, in some typhus sufferers, an increase in body temperature that occurs is not followed by an increase in heart rate / pulse, this is referred to as relative bradycardia. Blood pressure generally does not experience meaningful changes, but if the typhus sufferer experiences very poor food intake (for example due to decreased appetite), then blood pressure may be lower than usual. Thus, this condition can vary in each patient and cannot be generalized.
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