How To Deal With Child Fever Accompanied By Cold Hands And Red Body?
My child has a fever accompanied by a cold hand and red body what to do
Thank you for the question.
Fever, cold hands, and reddish body in children may occur associated with an infection. As for several types of infections that can cause complaints like this include:
Others, for example Singapore flu, acute respiratory infections, urinary tract infections, typhoid fever, meningitis, sepsis, etc.
It could also, besides infection, your child's complaints arise due to other triggers, such as allergies, certain insect bites, atopic dermatitis with secondary infections, exposure to excessive heat, inflammatory disorders, and so on.
If the fever has appeared for 3 days or more, or if your child has other complaints, such as vomiting, weakness, bowel obstruction, rapid pulse, spasms, and other bleeding symptoms (such as nosebleeds or bleeding gums), you should check immediately he went to a doctor or a pediatrician, yes. Blood tests, or other supporting tests can also be done by a doctor in order to give your child the best treatment. As an initial treatment effort, you can do the trick below:
Give the child paracetamol according to the recommended dosage
Give children clothes that warm and make them comfortable
Always keep the child's body clean
Give children more to drink, and eat little but often
Do not carelessly give children other drugs without doctor's advice
Avoid children from exchanging personal items with others
Hope this helps ...