Can 1-year-old Children Who Experience Typhus Symptoms Be Treated At Home?
This afternoon my child was infused with 2 bottles with symptoms of leukocytes examining 3,000 at the age of 1.5 years ago because I was fussy asking to be treated at home. Then I asked for a doctor’s prescription and antibiotics namely ambroxol hcl, cefadroxil, peracetamol and cetrizin drop. Please advise thx doctor
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First of all, you should explain further, what is the general condition of your child now, and what symptoms are experienced by the child at this time? The general condition of the child and the child's symptoms cannot be assessed from the results of blood leukocytes alone. Seeing the medicines given, chances are the doctor who examined your child does not diagnose your child has typhoid fever.
The decision to treat or not treat your child in hospital must be based on the child's general condition and also the results of the clinical examination of the doctor who treats your child directly. In general, if the child's condition is good, the child has no difficulty breathing, the child still looks active as usual, the child does not experience seizures or loss of consciousness, the child can drink well, there are no signs of severe dehydration in the child, the child does not need intravenous therapy, and there is no suspicion of a disease that may risk a child suddenly, then hospital treatment is not necessary.
It is better to ask the doctor who examines your child directly to find out if your child can get treatment at home or not and whether it is safe to do treatment at home. If the doctor allows it, your child may be treated at home. The following are some things that you need to pay attention to, if the following things happen, you should immediately bring your child to the hospital again:
Children experience heavy breathing difficulties (you see their breathing getting faster, breath sounds audible, nasal lobes appear to be deflated when breathing, muscles between the ribs look attracted to enter during breathing) Children experience signs of dehydration Children experience severe vomiting until can not enter the fluid at all Children experience a decrease in consciousness (looks to sleep continuously and difficult to wake up) Children experience seizures, especially when experiencing seizures the first time Children look pale, lips turn blue, hands and feet palpable cold and moist, the tip of the nail looks pale or blue
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