How To Deal With Varicella Infection In Toddlers 14 Months?
Good evening, I am Dian’s mother. I have a toddler aged 14 months weighing 9.4 kg who is infected with Varicella. The spots are not only on the body, but also in the oral cavity which causes my child not to eat and drink, nor does breast milk. What I want to ask: r nHow dangerous is my child’s varicella infection from spreading it? R nDoes my child need to be hospitalized / hospitalized? Lab check, etc.? R nWhat oral therapy is right for healing wounds in the oral cavity? R nThank you doctor. Answer answered.
Chicken pox or what is known as varicella is a viral infection caused by the varicella zooster virus which attacks the skin. Symptoms are often preceded by fever, cough, runny nose and followed by the appearance of a reddish rash on the body followed by the appearance of fluid-filled bubbles on parts of the body. For conditions that your child is experiencing, you should first check directly with the doctor to determine whether what your child is experiencing is indeed chicken pox or other skin diseases that have a shape / appearance that resembles, such as the following:
varicella / chicken pox hand foot and mouth disease impetigo measles infected with miliaria After the examination, it can be confirmed the diagnosis or condition experienced by your child. In the baby's condition, it is necessary to pay attention to the child's condition, the danger of varicella if there is also in the oral cavity interfering with the intake of food and fluids that enter so that your child may also become weak or lack fluids. If this is the case, then treatment may be needed, but if the results of the examination are good, it can be outpatient and given drugs that are adjusted to the type of disease, age and weight of the child.
Some things you need to pay attention to:
keep your hands clean do not break the bubbling part of the fluid overcome fever in children by taking fever-reducing drugs such as paracetamol according to the recommended dosage, keep the child's body clean, keep the child's body clean. associated varicella
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