Is Typhus In Toddlers Dangerous?
Afternoon, I have a toddler 21 months, last night returned home from the hospital, the final diagnosis said the doctor typhus symptoms, his stomach was also quite large hard, said the doctor was also normal it’s okay until he came home why the child’s heat did not go down, his body was still weak, But the doctor suggested going home
Hello Yupi Enelish,
Typhoid fever is a disease caused due to Salmonella typhii bacterial infection. Transmission is most often through contaminated food, poor living environment hygiene, and poor hand hygiene. Symptoms of typhoid fever are as follows:
High fever with a temperature of 39-40 degrees Celsius, especially at night
Long fever can be up to 7-14 days
Nausea and vomiting
Diarrhea or constipation can also
Handling typhoid fever is by administering antibiotics, fever-lowering drugs, and administration of adequate hydration. In some cases typhoid fever can be treated in hospital, but most can get outpatient treatment. Children should be given enough drink at least 8 glasses per day. Give smaller but frequent meals. Warm compresses to make the fever go down faster. Give medicines given by doctors according to the correct drinking rules. Fever in typhoid fever is usually longer, the fever is a reaction to fight bacterial infections that occur.
If the child becomes like a daze, arises spasms, vomiting a lot continuously, severe abdominal pain, there is blood in the BAB / BAB black, should immediately take it again to the doctor to immediately get treatment. Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.