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You must go to emergency immediately if you have flu-like symptoms and also one of the following:

  • Breathing difficulty that persists or worsens
  • Blue lips
  • Intense chest pain
  • Intense headache that persists or worsens
  • Drowsiness, difficulty staying awake, weakness
  • Confusion, disorientation
  • Seizures (body stiffens and muscles contract in a jerky and involuntary manner)
  • No urination for 12 hours, excessive thirst

If your baby is less than 3 months old and has a fever, bring him or her to emergency immediately.

If your child has a fever and appears very sick, lacks energy and refuses to play, bring him or her to a doctor immediately, or call Info-Santé 811.

If you require immediate help to get to emergency, call 9-1-1.

Some situations require you to be evaluated by a nurse who can offer specific advice regarding your condition. The nurse can also assess whether or not you should see a doctor immediately.

You should call Info-Santé 811 if you or your child are in one of the following situations:

  • You are short of breath
  • You have difficulty breathing
  • You are unsure whether or not to see a doctor

Most people in good health get better from the flu by themselves after 5 to 7 days. You should get good rest and eat according to your appetite.

Coughing and fatigue may last for 2 weeks or even longer.

You may relieve symptoms of the flu by taking the following measures:

If you have a fever, your body naturally loses a lot of fluid, especially through sweating. It is therefore important to drink a lot and often.

  • Preferably drink cold or hot liquids: water, milk, juice, broth.
  • Avoid alcoholic beverages or caffeinated drinks such as coffee, tea and energy drinks. As these drink make you urinate, they increase loss of fluid.

In the absence of complications or risk factors, treatment of the flu requires no prescription medication. However, to relieve fever and pain, you may take over-the-counter medicine such as acetaminophen, Tylenol ® for example, and ibuprophen, Advil ® for example.

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Für die saisonale Influenza ist der Mensch das einzige Reservoir und damit die einzige Infektionsquelle. Ansteckend sind vor allem Erkrankte während der ersten 4-5 Tage, da sie dann große Mengen von Viren aushusten. Bei Kindern, schwer Erkrankten und insbesondere bei stark Abwehrgeschwächten kann die Ausscheidung von Viren auch länger anhalten (bis zu 2 Wochen, in Einzelfällen mehrere Monate). Eine Ausscheidung ist auch schon 1-2 Tage vor Symptombeginn möglich.

Die Übertragung von Influenzaviren erfolgt überwiegend durch Tröpfchen, die insbesondere beim Husten oder Niesen entstehen und über eine geringe Distanz auf die Schleimhäute der Atemwege von

Kontaktpersonen gelangen können. Selbst beim normalen Atmen oder Sprechen können solche infektiöse Tröpfchen entstehen und länger in der Luft schweben. Darüber hinaus ist eine Übertragung auch durch direkten Kontakt der Hände zu Oberflächen, die mit virushaltigen Sekreten kontaminiert sind, und anschließendem Hand-Mund-/Hand-Nasen-Kontakt möglich (z.B. durch Händeschütteln).

Die Inkubationszeit, also die Zeit von der Infektion bis zum Ausbruch der ersten Krankheitsanzeichen, beträgt bei der Grippe meist nur ein bis zwei Tage. Typisch für eine Influenza ist der plötzliche Beginn der Erkrankung Die Hauptsymptome sind:

  • hohes Fieber bis zu 41°C, häufig mit Frösteln
  • trockener Husten und Heiserkeit
  • Halsschmerzen
  • Kopf- und Gliederschmerzen
  • schweres Krankheitsgefühl

Weitere häufige Symptome sind allgemeine Schwäche, Appetitlosigkeit, Schweißausbrüche, Schnupfen und Augenschmerzen. In einigen Fällen können auch Schüttelfrost, Lichtscheu und Geräuschempfindlichkeit hinzukommen. Bei einem Teil der Patienten liegt auch eine Beteiligung des Magen-/Darmtrakts vor mit Übelkeit/Erbrechen und Durchfall.

Allerdings können auch viele weitere, meist virale Atemwegserreger einige dieser Symptome verursachen. Gerade anfangs kann man die Grippe leicht mit einer Erkältung verwechseln, für die ebenfalls mehrheitlich Viren verantwortlich sind. Der Unterschied zwischen Influenza und Erkältung zeigt sich meist im Verlauf und in der Schwere der Erkrankung (siehe Unterschiede zwischen Grippe und Erkältung). Abhängig von einer vorbestehenden Immunität, vorliegenden Grunderkrankungen aber auch von der individuellen Konstitution erkranken nicht alle Influenza-Infizierten mit den typischen Symptomen. Als Faustregel kann gelten, dass es bei etwa einem Drittel der Infektionen zu einem hochfieberhaften, einem weiteren Drittel zu einem leichteren und dem letzten Drittel zu einem Verlauf ohne Symptome kommt.

Das hohe Fieber dauert meist 3 bis 4 Tage. Ein erneuter Fieberanstieg kann auf den Beginn einer zusätzlichen bakteriellen Infektion (Superinfektion) der Atemwege hinweisen. Die Krankheitsdauer liegt in der Regel bei 5 bis 7 Tagen, kann im Einzelfall jedoch auch deutlich länger sein, insbesondere bei Komplikationen und Risikofaktoren. Der quälende Reizhusten hält nicht selten über Wochen an. Einige Patienten leiden noch Wochen nach Abklingen einer Influenza an einer ausgeprägten allgemeinen Leistungsschwäche, Appetitlosigkeit und Unwohlsein bis hin zur Depression. Schwerwiegende Komplikationen treten zwar nur bei einem kleinen Teil aller Infizierten auf, in Anbetracht der meist sehr großen Zahl von Erkrankten während der jährlichen Grippesaison sind sie dennoch relativ häufig.

Experte: Wissenschaftliche Beratung und Ausarbeitung: Prof. Dr. Thomas Löscher, München

Literatur:
Lehnert R et al. Antivirale Arzneimittel bei saisonaler und pandemischer Influenza. Ein systematisches Review. Dtsch Arztebl Int 2016; 113: 799
Rationelle Diagnostik und Therapie in der Inneren Medizin in 2 Ordnern; Meyer, J. et al. (Hrsg.); Elsevier 11/2016
Salzberger B, Schmidt B: Neues zur Influenza. Dtsch med Wochenschr 2016; 141: 1451

Possible Causes for Toddler Fever No Other Symptoms

The rise of body temperature above normal points out that the body is fighting an infection which can either be viral or bacterial. Fever is the only symptom of such kind of infection in the beginning 2-3 days. However as the infection continues other symptoms also start appearing. The following are some health problems which are marked by the fever in the beginning.

Vaccination is a way of keeping children safe from a host of dangerous infections, yet they also result in contracting side effects like fever. In case your child is suffering from fever and has had a vaccination in recent days, the vaccination might be the reason for the fever.

Children also face fever of different degrees due to roseola. The fever subsides after 2-3 days and leaves visible skin rashes on arms, legs and neck. Swollen eyelids, fatigue and loss of appetite also appear after fever due to roseola. So if your toddler has fever without other symptoms, you might take the possibility of roseola into your consideration.

A fever with no other symptoms might also be caused by ear infections. No other symptoms will only be apparent for a few days in case of ear infections because hearing problems will appear soon.

Another cause which can result in fever in kids is bite of an insect. Mostly insect bite results in fever in kids who are allergic to them. The fever caused by a bug bite is mostly not very high and causes a rash on the skin in place where insect bit and a slight feeling of nausea.

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Fever seizures can be frightening but they are not usually harmful to the child and do not cause long-term problems, such as brain damage, mental retardation, or learning problems.

M., I am going through the EXACT same thing with my 17 month old right now. He has had the flu for 10 days now with a fever for the majority of that time. I've been alternating Motrin and Tylenol and it brings the fever back down to normal but it's been anywhere between 102 and 103. Each day is getting better and we have to give less and less medication. I think we've kicked the fever today but like I said it's been 10 days. We took him in when it had been a week because the fever came back and was around 103 again and I was a nutcase because I thought it was something worse. They checked him for pnemonia and ear infections and everything else and he was okay. This strain of the flu is just horrible. I had it as well and I got a fever and it broke three different times. Its been two weeks for me and I'm still coughing. Our pediatrician told me that children this age get it way worse and for a lot longer than we do. Keep her hydrated. Pedialyte has worked well for us. I am sleeping with him and we have the mattress elevated and a humidifier in the room. Hang in there you're doing everything right. Use your mommy instinct, you know when something is not right. Take her in if you're too worried. Stear clear of the ER, if you can. Its full of germs that she doesn't need to catch on top of what she's already go though. It's so difficult to watch your baby suffer like this, I know. IT's been the longest week and a half of my life and I feel so helpless. Fortunately it won't last forever (although it feels like it). Good luck and hopefully our children will get well soon!

have you had your doctor check to see if she has a urinary tract infection?

I really wouldn't worry yet. A temperature of 103 is really not that high and means her body is trying to fight an infection (usually viral). The increase in body temperature makes the environment unfriendly for the infection, which is what you want. The vast majority of fevers are caused by viral infection and last no longer than 3 days. If the temperature gets to 105 then it could be bacterial. Fevers cause no harm, such as brain damage, when it is less than 107. Fortunately, the brain's thermostat keeps untreated fevers resulting from infection below 106. If she has convulsions, these are generally harmless (although very scary), but there is a need to rule out a more serious condition (especially meningitis).
You do need to see a doctor if:
a. the fever gets above 105
b. if it gets hard to wake him up
c. if her neck gets stiff (associated with meningitis)
d. she starts getting convulsions
See a doctor within 24 hrs:
a. the fever gets above 104
b. burning or pain with urination
c. if the fever "breaks" and then returns within 24 hrs
d. the fever lasts for longer than 3 days
The best thing you can do for her is to try and make her comfortable. Make sure he is getting liquids. Boil a chicken with lots of vegetables and feed him the strained broth. Don't use broth you buy at the store. It's really not a problem that he doesn't have an appetite, but he does need fluids.

DON'T GIVE HER ASPIRIN. Several studies have linked aspirin and viral illnesses with Reye syndrome.

If you have to give her anything give her acetaminophen. This should reduce the fever by 1-2 degrees in a couple of hours. Keep in mind though that the fever is helping her fight the infection, so why try to help the enemy?

Good luck and I hope he feels better soon.

Most of the info above comes from "Current Pediatric Diagnosis & Treatment" by Hay, Hayward, Levin, and Sondheimer 15th Edition.

I am sorry to hear your daughter is ill. When I worked at Spears Chiropractor Hospital many years ago we would take Rubbing Alcohol & rub under their armpits & between their thighs with it. It did bring down their fever. I was working in the Pediatric Floor at the time.
C.

I'm NOT a Dr. I'd suggest you go to a second pediatrician if you don't like what yours has to say.

However, what our Dr. told us was that as long as it's not a constant temp for days and it does go down(night or day) that it's ok and just helping her get rid of the infection. As far as it being high at night, we had a Dr. who also told us to make sure not to overdress them. that they aren't covered in tons of covers.

I think you're totally sane to be nervous. what parent wouldn't be - and feel free to go to the Dr. more (rather than less). I had a pediatrician tell me a LONG time ago that mother's instinct is often much better than Dr's. So if you're really really worried go in and insist on even seeing another Dr.

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First discovered in the late 1970’s, it’s similar in structure to the feline parvovirus, differing by only two amino acids. It effects most types of canids, including wolves and foxes. 2 strands are the most common, but a third strand has supposedly been discovered in Italy, Vietnam, and Spain.

There are two types of infection of parvo a dog can acquire, intestinal or cardiac, and the severity varies greatly. Some dogs show no symptoms, yet die within 72 hours. More commonly, in less volatile strains, the mortality rate is just 10%.

Along with contact with other infected dogs, parvo can get caught from oral ingestion of infected feces or soil. Other animals may also be carriers, even if they themselves cannot be affected by the virus. It has a high climate tolerance, and so can survive in almost any condition, shrugging off sunlight and moisture.

Dog parvo partly causes so many problems, even with modern veterinary medicine, because it has a high rate of evolution, unlike the feline variety. It mimics RNA virus like influenza. New vaccines have to be developed for the flu every year because of the changes, and parvo is no different.

Fortunately, a dog who survives a parvo infection is generally immune for life, similar to our chicken pox, so no silent carrier dogs exist.

The cardiac form of dog parvo is the least common form, and the most deadly. The virus directly attacks the muscles of the heart, then blood vessels, leading to hemorrhaging.

This form is not passed orally, but usually infect puppies in utero or shortly after birth. Unfortunately, it is hard to catch and sometimes there no symptoms at all before the puppy dies suddenly. The only thing to watch out for is difficulty breathing, but by then it might be too late. The obvious signs of the intestinal form are often missing with this type of infection.

Thankfully, widespread vaccination of breeding dogs has cut the occurrences of this form so it’s not something you should be worried about. You have a better chance of being struck by lightening. Better to be on the lookout for the symptoms of the intestinal strain.

Some dogs after they have received the Parvo vaccination still get the disease any way. The reason for this is that the virus has several different strains that seem to reinvent itself as soon as there is a vaccine for it. The veterinary community and physicians have been up to date on the changes and the effects of the vaccination on the virus and are doing as much as they can to educate themselves on the situation.

In particularly, most vaccines target only the 2a and 2b strains of the virus. The 2c strain was discovered as recently as 2006, and is far more aggressive and fast acting than other strains. Since most vaccinations do not target this version, a vaccinated dog can still get sick.

Bottom line: don’t assume that just because your puppy has been vaccinated, they are safe. It is still best to take the normal precautions to minimize the risk of catching the disease.

Parvo virus is a highly contagious disease that is common among puppies under the age of 6 months. Some professionals believe that even after being vaccinated the disease still gets into the system of puppies, possibly due to the insufficient antibodies produced in the mother’s milk. The virus can be spread through fecal matter, vomit, and from insects, rodents and from bedding, dishes and the floor. The symptoms of Parvo are severe vomiting, diarrhea, fever, dehydration and bloody or dark feces.

The diagnosis of Parvo can only truly be done by a veterinarian, through a physical examination, blood test and examination of the animal’s fecal matter. Once detected the veterinarian will administer antibiotics, electrolytes, and a possible liquid diet for a while and a deworming agent. The bottom line for Parvo is that even after a dog is vaccinated it is possible for the animal to contract the disease. In most cases this does not happen but the best way to be safe is to have your pet tested and regularly tested and monitored on a regular basis, and if any unusual behavior occurs contact your veterinarian.

Natural solutions are also available that have had great success. Learn more about Parvo-K.

Parvo is a highly contagious disease commonly found in puppies but it has been seen on rare occasions in adult dogs. Keep pet belongings cleaned, bleached and sanitary. As well as keeping the pet well cleaned, taken care of and visiting the veterinarian on a regular, consistent basis. Also another thing to look out for is the type of breed of the dog will make it more prone to contacting the disease, so be aware of your dogs breed and characteristics. After a dog has been properly vaccinated it usually does not have an occurrence of the Parvo virus for the lifetime of the dog or at least for up to a year after the vaccination. Every dog adult and puppy reacts differently to vaccinations.

Many viruses develop and grow stronger over time, and the vaccines have to keep up with viruses and sometimes the vaccines are strong enough for the particular new strain of the virus and the animals suffer with the disease even after a vaccination, but it is up to the veterinarians to keep up on the latest changes and medical documentation to ensure that your pet lives a long and healthy life. Prevention and maintenance is key to having a healthy pet, as well as vigilance and perseverance to make sure that your veterinarian is aware of what is going on in the drug and medication world.

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Oft realisiert man gar nicht, dass man eine Grippe hat: In 80 Prozent der Fälle verläuft die Infektion mit Influenza unbemerkt oder nur wie eine leichte Erkältung. Jährlich sind nach Schätzungen der Weltgesundheitsorganisation (WHO) 10 bis 20 Prozent der Weltbevölkerung betroffen, aber die Mehrheit davon bekommt das nicht mit.

Ist eine Grippe immer lebensgefährlich?

Influenza kann lebensgefährlich sein, etwa im Rahmen einer Seuche durch einen neuartigen Virustyp, der besonders aggressiv ist. Das kommt aber nur sehr selten vor.

Harmlose Erkältungskrankheiten, oft als "grippaler Infekt" bezeichnet, können ähnliche Symptome wie eine Grippe verursachen: Husten, eine erhöhte Körpertemperatur oder Kopfschmerzen können zum Beispiel auch hier auftreten. Diese von anderen Viren ausgelösten Infektionen unterscheiden sich von Influenza durch die Schwere des Verlaufs: Sie gehen nur selten mit Fieber einher und führen in der Regel nur zu einer kurzzeitigen Abgeschlagenheit, die lediglich etwas Schonung bedarf.

Körperliche Schonung und Bettruhe sind wichtig, damit die Grippe schnell ausheilt.

So wirken Neuraminidasehemmer

Medikamente gegen Grippe

Zur gezielten Behandlung der Grippe stehen antivirale – also gegen Viren wirkende – Stoffe zur Verfügung: Oseltamivir und Zanamivir hemmen die Neuraminidase, eines der Oberflächenmoleküle des Virus. Die Neuraminidase spielt unter anderem eine wichtige Rolle bei der Freisetzung der Viren von einer infizierten Zelle.

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Jährlich fällig: Die Grippeimpfung

Es existieren wirksame Impfstoffe gegen die Grippe. Der Inhalt wird regelmäßig angepasst, damit er möglichst gut gegen die häufigsten aktuellen Virustypen der Saison schützt. Deshalb und weil die Wirksamkeit der Impfung nicht lange anhält, ist jährlich eine neue Impfung notwendig.

Wegen des sich ständig verändernden Virus kann jedoch keine Impfung hundertprozentig schützen. Um Infektionen vorzubeugen ist es daher außerdem empfehlenswert, auf eine gute Händehygiene zu achten. Bei Erkältungs- und Grippeepidemien kann es sinnvoll sein, auf die Begrüßung per Handschlag zu verzichten, um einer möglichen Ansteckung vorzubeugen.

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The flu, colds and H1N1 can look and feel very similar.

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Spread by fomites (e.g. human clothing, footwear or injection needles) or by biting insects is also possible.

Pig movements have been significant in the UK outbreaks, particularly in the early outbreaks. Local spread (particularly to pigs within 1 km of infected farms) has also been important.

East Anglia has a large population of birds, deer, dogs and foxes which might be mechanically spreading the CSF virus. This is also a time of year for spreading pig manure on the land. "Local spread" (to farms within 1 km) was a significant factor in the huge Dutch CSF epidemic of 1997-8. Attempts to spread the virus experimentally via rats have been unsuccessful.

Outbreaks have occurred widely in the world. The disease is enzootic in some European countries, South America and the Far East.

In the European Union (EU) CSF is enzootic in the wild boar populations of Germany & Italy (Sardinia).

In the year 2000 there have been outbreaks in Bulgaria and Thailand. Most of us assume that virus is enzootic in China. In 1999 there were outbreaks reported in Argentina, Croatia, Germany, Italy and Luxembourg.

The island of Sardinia had 17 outbreaks of classical swine fever in 1998 and 6 in 1999. African swine fever is also enzootic (endemic) in Sardinia. In March 1999 four CSF outbreaks occurred in the regions of Piedmont and Emilia-Romagna in Italy.

CSF was eradicated from Britain in 1966, although there have subsequently been limited outbreaks in 1971, 1986 and 1987 as a result of infected meat being fed in swill (waste food feeding).

Eradicated from the USA in 1978 after a 16 year programme.

In herds with suspicious clinical symptoms, diagnosis can be confirmed by:

    • RT-PCR (reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction)
      positive results available in 24 hours
    • serology (blood antibody tests):
      takes 24 hr for ELISA, 5 days for serum neutralisation test (SNT)
    • fluorescent antibody test on cryostat sections of autopsy tissues
      from pigs with clinical symptoms of CSF (24hr for result)
    • virus isolation from affected pigs: 3-5 days for result.

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La meilleure façon de se protéger des complications de la grippe est de se faire vacciner.

Où vous faire vacciner
Pour connaître toutes les informations sur la campagne de vaccination contre la grippe pour chacune des régions du Québec, consultez la section Où vous faire vacciner.

Certaines mesures de protection et d’hygiène peuvent aussi aider à prévenir la transmission de la grippe.

  • Lavez-vous souvent les mains.
  • Nettoyez votre environnement immédiat, par exemple la surface des meubles et les comptoirs.
  • Suivez les conseils pour prévenir la transmission des virus et des bactéries.
  • Restez à la maison dès que vous présentez des symptômes de la grippe.
    À moins d’avis contraire du médecin, la maison est le meilleur endroit pour se soigner. En restant à la maison, vous limitez les contacts avec d’autres personnes ou avec d’autres infections qui peuvent causer des complications. Vous limitez aussi la transmission du virus.
  • Suivez les conseils pour tousser ou éternuer sans contaminer.

Dernière mise à jour: 09 février 2018, 16:32

L'information contenue sur le site ne remplace en aucun cas l'avis d'un professionnel de la santé. Si vous avez des questions concernant votre état de santé, appelez Info-Santé 811 ou consultez un professionnel de la santé.

Wandlungsfähiger Erreger: Das Influenza-Virus

An Grippe erkrankte Personen sind ab den ersten Symptomen circa eine Woche lang ansteckend. Bereits einen Tag nach der Infektion können Krankheitszeichen auftreten. Ohne Komplikationen ist die Grippe üblicherweise nach einigen Tagen bis einer Woche überstanden. Es gibt Medikamente, die helfen, die Vermehrung der Viren im Körper einzudämmen. Zum Einsatz kommen sie vor allem bei Patienten mit Vorerkrankungen. Sie sollten innerhalb von 48 Stunden nach dem Auftreten erster Symptome angewandt werden. Für Menschen ab 60 und andere Risikopersonen wird in Deutschland eine jährliche Impfung gegen Grippe empfohlen.

Als "Influenza" oder "echte Grippe" bezeichnet man eine Erkrankung durch das Influenza-Virus. Es gibt verschiedene Typen von Influenza-Viren (A, B, C). Am häufigsten und am gefährlichsten ist das Influenza-Virus Typ A. Es ist auf der ganzen Welt verbreitet und verändert sich ständig, was es schwierig macht, einer Infektion vorzubeugen.

Wichtig ist es, die echte Grippe vom grippalen Infekt zu unterscheiden. Bei einem "grippalen Infekt" handelt es sich normalerweise nicht um eine Infektion mit dem Influenza-Virus, sondern um eine Erkältung. Die Magen-Darm-Grippe hat ebenfalls nichts mit der Influenza zu tun. Dieser Begriff wird für Magen-Darm-Infektionen durch unterschiedliche Erreger verwendet, die zum Beispiel zu Durchfall und Erbrechen führen.

nach oben Wie infiziert man sich und wie lange ist man ansteckend?

Die Grippeviren sind nur wenige Tausendstel Millimeter groß. Sie befallen Schleimhautzellen, zum Beispiel in der Nase, und vermehren sich dort. Menschen stecken sich mit Grippe meist durch Tröpfcheninfektion an. Das kann beispielsweise geschehen, wenn eine erkrankte Person niest und andere die Tröpfchen einatmen. Influenza-Viren können bis zu mehrere Stunden außerhalb des Körpers überleben, bei niedrigen Temperaturen sogar noch länger. Kommen die Hände in Kontakt mit Gegenständen, auf denen sich virushaltige Sekrete befinden (zum Beispiel Türklinken) und fasst man sich anschließend damit an die Nase oder andere Schleimhäute, ist eine Infektion ebenfalls möglich.

Erkrankte sind ab dem Auftreten der ersten Symptome für ungefähr fünf bis sieben Tage ansteckend. Manchmal sind Betroffene sogar schon vor dem Auftreten der ersten Krankheitszeichen oder länger als eine Woche infektös.

Es gibt eine Reihe von Faktoren, die eine Erkrankung an Grippe und vor allem Komplikationen begünstigen. So zum Beispiel:

  • Schwangerschaft
  • Diabetes und andere Stoffwechselkrankheiten
  • Tumorerkrankungen
  • Alter von über 65 Jahren, hier reagiert das Immunsystem nicht mehr so gut auf neue Erreger
  • Alter von weniger als einem Jahr, hier ist das Immunsystem noch unreif und reagiert nicht so effektiv
  • Chronische Lungenerkrankungen wie Asthma, Lungenemphysem, chronische Bronchitis, Mukoviszidose
  • Chronische Herzkrankheiten
  • HIV-Erkrankung
  • Unterdrückung des Immunsystems im Zuge einer medizinischen Behandlung
  • Unterernährung

Eine Grippe sollte man ernst nehmen

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    Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs reduce pain secondary to upper respiratory tract infection in adults.

    Andrographis paniculata (Kalmcold) and P. sidoides may reduce severity and duration of cold symptoms in adults.

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    Quand tu parles de colloquialisme, tu fais référence à “décr&%*ssé” j’imagine? Pourtant j’utilise ce terme à tous les jours…
    Merci pour ton commentaire!

    J’adore tes infographiques… les facultés de sciences universitaires devraient les utiliser, ainsi que tous les bureaux de médecin!!
    Suggestion pour faire suite à cette présentation: ça serait vraiment bien si tu pouvais expliquer pourquoi on ne peut pas avoir la grippe avec le vaccin anti-grippal…
    Merci de nous faire rire ainsi, continues!

    Wow, merci beaucoup Julie. Les infographiques, c’est ce que j’aime le plus créer. Je joins donc l’utile à l’agréable
    J’adore ton idée concernant le vaccin anti-grippal! J’ai récemment eu une suggestion pour les vaccins de voyage également. J’en prends bonne note pour une prochaine chronique!

    Bravo! L’arbre décisionnel est vraiment très drôle (je l’envoie à mes collègues). On en redemande!

    Merci beaucoup Alain! Demandez et vous recevrez. 😉

    Si je puis me permettre, je trouve que ♫♪♫ douleurs musculaires intenses ♪♫♪ est une douce métaphore…
    Tu aurais dû écrire que la grippe donne mal à des endroits de ton corps que tu savais même pas qu’ils existaient. Et qu’on continue à avoir mal longtemps. Et qu’on est fatigué pendant un mois, en plus (je l’ai eu pour la première fois à 30 ans et je me suis même pas mise en arrêt de travail… mais bon, je suis phobique sociale et consulter le médecin, remplir le formulaire de mise en arrêt, mettre mon employeur dans la mouise pour chercher une collègue pour me remplacer, c’était trop pour moi… on est névrosé ou on l’est pas…).

    Ayant eu la grippe une seule fois dans ma vie personnellement, je suis 100% d’accord avec toi! Chaque muscle de mon corps était douloureux. Rien à voir avec une douleur musculaire après un effort physique. Vraiment bizarre et plutôt désagréable.

    Bravo pour votre site en général. A propos du rhume, il manque la réponse à la question essentielle: est ce que prendre froid donne le rhume? Ou sortir avec les cheveux mouillés? Ou attraper un chaud et froid en passant du métro à dehors? Ou pire, en marchant pieds nus sur un carrelage froid (il parait que c’est la mort assurée…)

    Tu obtiendras la réponse à ces questions légendaires en répondant au quiz suivant sur les remèdes de grand-mère!

    J’arrive en retard, mais je dois commenter. J’en étais à lire TOUS les billets pour me divertir et m’instruire. Mais la maudite grippe… Je l’ai eue une fois y’a de ça un an et demi. Tsé, quand tu te TRAÎNES pour aller chez vous, que tu penses perdre connaissance dans le métro, que t’as mal au point de te demander si t’as pas confondu le 2 de 27 ans avec un 8 comme dans 87 ans. ÇA. Celle qui fait que t’es fatigué pendant un mois, celle qui fait que tu te réveilles la nuit en ayant peur d’étouffer, celle qui fait que tu fais paniquer ta soeur infirmière qui te menace de te rentrer à l’hôpital si tes 0897348725634324 puffs de Ventolin fonctionnent pas.

    Cré moé, si t’as eu la grippe une fois, tu sais c’est quoi. Tu ne confonds plus JAMAIS avec un p’tit rhume.

    Pis oui, décrissé, c’est le mot (j’aime pas me censurer, j’aime trop mes jurons pour ça).

    C’est bien la grippe en effet. J’ajouterais bien quelque chose mais tu as parfaitement résumé tous les symptômes classiques!

    Je suis abonné alors, j’ai dû l’avoir 3 fois de sûr et peut-être une quatrième, mais j’ai des circonstances atténuantes ayant été imunodéprimé. Généralement je tape entre 40° et 41° et c’est un peu le mode survie pendant trois/quatre jours. Le seuil de la douleur dépend bien évidemment des individus mais je trouve les douleurs musculaires plus (très) dérangeantes (on se sent comme du flanc à 70°) qu’insupportables.
    Sur le contenu de l’article, le graphique est plutôt bien fichu, humoristique, surtout la partie des AB!

    Merci beaucoup Philippe! Je n’ose même pas imaginer ce que peut être une grippe avec un système immunitaire compromis…

    Dis-moi est-ce que l’echynacée peut aider à fortifier notre système immunitaire afin d’aider le corps à mieux se prémunir contre une grippe?

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    Coworkers, visitors and pts are going to be fearful I’m sick. The above people are going to ask questions. So what do I tell them? Anything I tell them will reveal I have a medical condition which prevents me from getting the flu vaccine. Is this NOT a violation of MY privacy?

    Several on here have stated, “Well get vaccinated wear a mask or get out!” None of these policies were in place when I started working at the hospital. It would be different if they were. I love my job and my coworkers. I need my job. But am I willing to break one of the cardinal rules of pt privacy, even though its MY privacy?

    Becoming a hospital employee doesn’t make our privacy rights null and void.

    I cant take the flu shot due to a bad reaction. I’m a receptionist at a family practice office and we are corporate owned so we are required to get the shot or wear a mask. I wear glasses the mask causes my glasses to fog upi cant see the computer screen patients cant hear me on the phone. I cant stand to have my face covered. I really feel that my rights are violated. Its not aboyr protecting patients its about federal funds to these corporations. Why do I have to have the flu shot show proof or wear a mask? I can go to a hospital walk in go visit a patient and I dont need to show proof of a flu shot or wear a mask. Why are my rights and HIPPA privacy violated? Wearing a mask says your sick or it says I didnt have my flu shot. Its no ones business and the risk is mine and anyone else who can’t take or chooses not to take the shot.

    If a person, nurse or anyone, shows signs and symptoms of the flu, they are required to wear a mask while sick and infectious.
    Nowhere in logic is a mask indicated for a person who is NOT sick.
    Not getting vaccinated does not indicate infected.
    We have complete idiots running things. It is a HIPAA violation to say the least. Nurses can sue the hospitals for violating their HIPAA. There is a fine for violating HIPAA as well. It is ILLEGAL to force people to wear masks for 8-12 hours a day 4-6 months out of the year.
    Just because you are put in a position to make rules, does nto qualify you to make logical and ethical decisions that others will blindly follow like morons.
    For all the places where the mask is mandatory because the vaccination is mandatory, sign the paper stating
    HIPAA violation due to reasonable cause and not due to willful neglect is $1,000 per violation, with an annual maximum of $100,000 for repeat violations $50,000 per violation, with an annual maximum of $1.5 million.
    THAT’S a lot of money hospitals will be fined just to bully and harass employees.

    Doreen,
    Is this true? If this is a HIPAA violation, how can it be madated by healthcare facilities?

    To Marti and all the FLU vac pushers:
    1. The FLU vaccine is only 59-61% effective at best.
    2. Over 90% of the reported FLU cases that were reported were in fact people who had the FLU shot. via the CDC!
    3. It is only in droplet form. Meaning when I am at my desk in the hospital I work at, I am in NO WAY a threat to any patient. Even if I cough and sneeze at my desk, the droplets do not stay airborne.
    4. Poor hygiene will be more of a risk to patients.
    5. If we are mandating that us employees wear the mask, than I want every single patient, family member, visitor, vendor, and anyone else that did not get the FLU shot to wear a mask.
    6. People being forced to wear a mask every day for 8-12 hrs with no break are at risk to get ill by keeping their face moist. AKA a breeding ground for microbes.
    7. To MANDATE that every health care worker get the FLU shot is lest you forget: UNCONSTITUTIONAL.
    8. Again, FLU SHOT IS ONLY AROUND 60% effective. I know 10 staff members who got the vaccine and have been sick for 3 months straight since then.
    9. People with allergies to the FLU Vaccine being forced to wear a mask? Laughable at best.
    10. To force this upon us and brand us or black list us by putting stickers on our badges and than making those who CHOOSE not to get the vaccine, well in a word: Healthcare Communism.
    There is so many facts on how the FLU vac works and does not work.
    So get off your high horse Marti and all the others that think the FLU vac is a must and promise you won’t get sick. Its a choice. Oh wait, I don’t treat my honeybees either like a lot of others do. Damn, guess I am going against that policy to and should not be a beekeeper. Oh wait, I use only organics in my garden beds, dog gonnit, I guess I am a hippy and therefore am ignorant. This needs to stop.

    You’ve got interesting articles here. Your site can go viral, you
    need some initial traffic only. How to get initial traffic.
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    It’s impressive that you are getting ideas from this piece
    of writing as well as from our dialogue made here.

    Hi, I am a healthcare worker and right now have been asked to take the flu shot or wear a mask. Is there any way to fight this? I read about nurses in Canada fighting against this and they won. How do we get things started?

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