Low Platelet Levels Is Dengue Fever?
My child has 106,000 trobosit whether it includes dengue fever
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Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) is a disease caused by a dengue virus infection that enters the human body through the bite of the Aedes aegyptic mosquito and the Aedesalbopictus.
To establish a working diagnosis of DHF requires two clinical criteria (fever, spontaneous bleeding, enlarged liver, and shock) and one plus laboratory criteria (thrombocytopenia 100,000 / μl or less or only an increase in hematocrit).
Low platelet levels (thrombocytopenia) does not always mean DHF, especially if the levels are not below 100,000 / uL. Other non-specific viral infections, diopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP), sepsis, and fungal infections also cause thrombocytopenia.
I recommend that you check your child to a pediatrician, so that a thorough examination can be done, such as question and answer, examination of vital signs, physical examination of the eyes, throat, chest, stomach, skin, and supporting examinations such as NS1, Dengue IgM, typhus bacteria, photos chest x-ray, so that treatment can be given according to your child's diagnosis.
The things that can be done now are:
Drink plenty of fluids and get enough rest. Consuming heat-lowering drugs such as paracetamol with the dosage listed on the packaging of the drug Using mosquito nets while sleeping Consuming nutritious food Thus the information I can give, hopefully can help you.