What Are The Symptoms Of Dengue Fever And Bronchitis?
good morning, I want to ask whether the symptoms of db together with bronchitis are fatal or not, how do you reduce the disease? thank you
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It seems that what you mean is the symptoms of dengue hemorrhagic fever.
Dengue hemorrhagic fever is an infectious disease caused by the dengue virus, transmitted through the bite of an Aedes mosquito that contains the virus. The risk of this disease increases in someone who lives in an environment where there are many places where Aedes mosquitoes are infested, such as an open bathtub, waterlogged bottles or cans and other uncovered water reservoirs. The symptoms include:
1. A sudden high fever.
2. There are signs of bleeding, such as red spots on the skin that do not go away with pressure, bruises on the skin, nosebleeds, bleeding gums, coughing up blood, vomiting blood and black stools like hair.
Meanwhile, bronchitis is an infection of the lower respiratory tract, namely the bronchi. The most common cause is a viral infection. Characterized by complaints of a cough with phlegm that is greenish yellow or yellowish yellow. The risk of experiencing this increases in someone who is often exposed to active and passive cigarette smoke.
Bronchitis itself, often self-limiting without medical treatment. It is only enough to drink lots of warm water, avoid exposure to cigarette smoke and dust and increase the body's immune system by eating lots of nutritious foods rich in vitamins A and C. Unless it is accompanied by coughing up blood and shortness of breath, in this case it certainly requires medical treatment. However, someone who has symptoms of dengue hemorrhagic fever should immediately consult with the closest doctor, because this disease can cause death if not treated quickly and appropriately.
To deal with high fever, you can do compresses with warm water to all parts of the body.
Thus, hopefully useful.