*  Milwaukee Criteria for Febrile Infant 28-56 days
This page includes the following topics and synonyms: Milwaukee Criteria for Febrile Infant 28-56 days, Milwaukee Criteria for Febrile Infant, Milwaukee Criteria for Infant with Fever, Febrile Infant Evaluation with Milwaukee Criteria.
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*  Fever - Wikipedia
Fever può riferirsi: Fever - Ultimo desiderio: uccidi! (Fever) - film del 1991 diretto da Larry Elikann La vedova non veste di nero (Fever) - film del 1998 diretto da Craig Lahiff Fever - film del 1999 diretto da Alex Winter Febbre (Fever) - romanzo di Robin Cook del 1982 Fever - Personaggio pubblicato dalla DC Comics, membro della Doom Patrol Fever - canzone composta da Eddie Cooley e Otis Blackwell nel 1956 Fever - album di Little Willie John del 1956 Fever - singolo di Little Willie John del 1956 Fever - album di Tenor Saw del 1985 Fever - singolo degli Aerosmith del 1993, dall'album Get a Grip Fever - singolo di Madonna del 1993, dall'album Erotica Fever - album di Kylie Minogue del 2001 Fever - singolo degli Starsailor del 2001, dall'album Love Is Here ...
  https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fever
*  A Novel Role of Cannabinoids: Implication in the Fever Induced by Bacterial Lipopolysaccharide | Journal of Pharmacology and...
It has been demonstrated that circulating levels of IL-6 rise dramatically following LPS injection with a profile that correlates closely with the development of fever (Harre et al., 2002) and that the neutralization of endogenous IL-6 (Cartmell et al., 2000) or absence of IL-6 in knockout mice (Chai et al., 1996) results in an almost total inhibition of the LPS-induced fever, suggesting that IL-6 is an essential circulating mediator of the brain-derived fever response. In an attempt to investigate the involvement of this inflammatory cytokine in the inhibitory effect of WIN 55,212-2 on LPS-induced fever, we determined the effect of WIN 55,212-2 on plasma levels of IL-6 induced by LPS, examined concurrently at two different time points that coincide with the first (3 h) and second (5 h) peaks of LPS-induced fever. In parallel with the inhibitory effect of WIN 55,212-2 on LPS-induced fever, the plasma level ...
  http://jpet.aspetjournals.org/content/320/3/1127.full
*  Monitoring procalcitonin in febrile neutropenia: What is its utility for initial diagnosis of infection and reassessment in...
Background: Management of febrile neutropenic episodes (FE) is challenged by lacking microbiological and clinical documentation of infection. We aimed at evaluating the utility of monitoring blood procalcitonin (PCT) in FE for initial diagnosis of infection and reassessment in persistent fever. Methods: PCT kinetics was prospectively monitored in 194 consecutive FE (1771 blood samples): 65 microbiologically documented infections (MDI, 33.5%; 49 due to non-coagulase-negative staphylococci, non-CNS), 68 clinically documented infections (CDI, 35%; 39 deep-seated), and 61 fever of unexplained origin (FUO, 31.5%). Results: At fever onset median PCT was 190 pg/mL (range 30-26'800), without significant difference among MDI, CDI and FUO. PCT peak occurred on day 2 after onset of fever: non-CNS-MDI/deep-seated-CDI (656, 80-86350) vs. FUO (205, 33-771; p,0.001). PCT ,500 pg/mL distinguished non-CNS-MDI/deep-seated-CDI from FUO with 56% sensitivity and ...
  https://espace.curtin.edu.au/handle/20.500.11937/45379
*  Fever - Wikipedia
Cette page d'homonymie répertorie les différentes œuvres portant le même titre. Fever est un mot anglo-saxon signifiant « fièvre ». Il peut faire référence à : Fever (en), roman de Robin Cook publié en 1982 ; Fever (en), roman de F. J. Thwaites (en) publié en 1939. Fever, titre international de Gorączka, film polonais d'Agnieszka Holland sorti en 1981 ; Fever (en), comédie australienne de Craig Lahiff (en) sorti en 1989 ; Fever (en), film d'Alex Winter sorti en 1999 ; Fever, film français de Raphaël Neal sorti en 2014 ; Fever, titre anglais de Fieber (en), film autrichien d'Elfi Mikesch (de) sorti en 2014 ; Fever (en), film indien de Rajeev Jhaveri sorti en 2016 ; The Fever (en), film américain de Carlo Nero sorti en 2004 ; The Fever, titre anglais de La febbre (it), film italien d'Alessandro D'Alatri sorti en 2005. ...
  https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fever
*  Fever - Wikipedia
La palabra fever (fiebre en inglés) puede referirse a: Fever (2001), álbum de Kylie Minogue; Fever to Tell (2003), álbum de Yeah Yeah Yeahs; Fever*Fever (1999), álbum de Puffy AmiYumi; Fever (2010), álbum de Bullet For My Valentine; "Fever" (1956), canción de Eddie Cooley y John Davenport (Otis Blackwell); "'Fever'" (1958), canción de Peggy Lee; "Fever" (1993), canción de Aerosmith; "Fever" (1993), canción de Madonna, versión de la de 1956; "Fever" (2001), canción de Starsailor; "Fever" (2002), canción de Kylie Minogue; "Fever" (2014), canción de The Black Keys; Adidas Fevernova, balón de fútbol; Fever SOS, videojuego también conocido como Dangun Feveron; Fever, novela por Robin Cook. Fever, aplicación web ...
  https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fever
*  Fever at Sky - tribunedigital-chicagotribune
TV: 7:30 p.m., WCIU-Ch. 26.2. 2013 records: Sky 24-10, Fever 16-18 Series: Fever 29-6. Last meeting: Fever beat Sky 79-57 to complete sweep of first playoff round Sept. 22 at Indianapolis. Philip
  http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2014-05-15/sports/ct-cap-sky-fever-spt-0516-20140516_1_sky-tv-epiphanny-prince-sylvia-fowles
*  Postoperative Fever
This page includes the following topics and synonyms: Postoperative Fever, Post-operative Fever, Fever in the Post-surgical Patient, Postoperative Infection.
  http://www.fpnotebook.com/ID/Fever/PstprtvFvr.htm
*  The baby has a high fever at midnight Parents attend to correctly ~ Beauty skin care tips
How to protect _'s show of your hair to send and attend to in summer How to protect your hair in summer? If your hair is very healthy, o ...
  http://heidi-anitha-apieceofbeauty.blogspot.com/2012/04/baby-has-high-fever-at-midnight-parents.html
*  Doryx User Reviews for Rabbit Fever at Drugs.com
Reviews and ratings for doryx when used in the treatment of rabbit fever. Share your experience with this medication by writing a review.
  https://www.drugs.com/comments/doxycycline/doryx-for-tularemia.html
*  Theatre review: Hay Fever at Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh
Theatre review of Hay Fever (Noël Coward) from Royal Lyceum Theatre and Citizens Theatre at Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh, reviewer: Seth Ewin
  http://www.britishtheatreguide.info/reviews/hay-fever-lyceum-theatre-14158
*  Naprelan User Reviews for Fever at Drugs.com
Reviews and ratings for naprelan when used in the treatment of fever. Share your experience with this medication by writing a review.
  https://www.drugs.com/comments/naproxen/naprelan-for-fever.html
*  Dog Fever Treatment
If you have taken your dog's temperature rectally, and it does not warrant a visit to the veterinarian, you may want to try to bring the fever down naturally at home. You can start by bathing your dog in a cool bath. It is important to make sure that the water is not too cool or ice cold. This can cause your dog to go into a state of shock when he has a high fever and will most likely cause him to be chilled after he exits the bath. The next thing you need to do is make sure that your dog is drinking plenty of water. Because he has a fever, he will naturally not have the desire to eat or drink. But your dog can go much further without food than he can without water. If your dog is not drinking enough water while he has a fever, it can lead to dehydration which can lead to other, more serious, complications. ...
  https://www.vetinfo.com/dog-fever-treatment.html
*  Fever in Adults: High & Low Grade Fever and How to Reduce a Fever
A fever is a body temperature of 100.4 F or greater. Read about causes of fever in adults, symptoms, treatment, medications that may cause fevers, and different types of fevers. Plus, learn how to reduce a fever.
  https://www.emedicinehealth.com/fever_in_adults/article_em.htm
*  How can you get a fever? | Reference.com
WebMD explains that fevers can be caused by infections, severe trauma or injury. Other factors that can cause fever are arthritis, hyperthyroidism and certain forms of cancer. Even certain...
  https://www.reference.com/health/can-fever-a7582e1df390a67a
*  Rapid Diagnostic Tests and Clinical/Laboratory Predictors of Tropical Diseases In Patients With Persistent Fever in Cambodia,...
Tropical fevers have been a diagnostic challenge from the antiquity. Nowadays, despite the availability of good diagnostic capacities, undifferentiated febrile illnesses continue to be a thorny problem for travel physicians. In developing countries, the scarcity of skilled personnel and adequate laboratory facilities makes the differential diagnosis of fevers even more complex. Health care workers must often rely on syndrome-oriented empirical approaches to treatment and might overestimate or underestimate the likelihood of certain diseases. For instance Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTD) contribute substantially to the burden of persistent (more than 1 week) fevers in the Tropics, causing considerable mortality and major disability. These diseases are however rarely diagnosed at primary health care (PHC) level. The difficulty in establishing the cause of febrile illnesses has resulted in omission or delays in treatment, irrational prescriptions with ...
  https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT01766830
*  Rapid Diagnostic Tests and Clinical/Laboratory Predictors of Tropical Diseases In Patients With Persistent Fever in Cambodia,...
Tropical fevers have been a diagnostic challenge from the antiquity. Nowadays, despite the availability of good diagnostic capacities, undifferentiated febrile illnesses continue to be a thorny problem for travel physicians. In developing countries, the scarcity of skilled personnel and adequate laboratory facilities makes the differential diagnosis of fevers even more complex. Health care workers must often rely on syndrome-oriented empirical approaches to treatment and might overestimate or underestimate the likelihood of certain diseases. For instance Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTD) contribute substantially to the burden of persistent (more than 1 week) fevers in the Tropics, causing considerable mortality and major disability. These diseases are however rarely diagnosed at primary health care (PHC) level. The difficulty in establishing the cause of febrile illnesses has resulted in omission or delays in treatment, irrational prescriptions with ...
  https://clinicaltrials.gov/show/NCT01766830?order=138
*  Rapid Diagnostic Tests and Clinical/Laboratory Predictors of Tropical Diseases In Patients With Persistent Fever in Cambodia,...
Tropical fevers have been a diagnostic challenge from the antiquity. Nowadays, despite the availability of good diagnostic capacities, undifferentiated febrile illnesses continue to be a thorny problem for travel physicians. In developing countries, the scarcity of skilled personnel and adequate laboratory facilities makes the differential diagnosis of fevers even more complex. Health care workers must often rely on syndrome-oriented empirical approaches to treatment and might overestimate or underestimate the likelihood of certain diseases. For instance Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTD) contribute substantially to the burden of persistent (more than 1 week) fevers in the Tropics, causing considerable mortality and major disability. These diseases are however rarely diagnosed at primary health care (PHC) level. The difficulty in establishing the cause of febrile illnesses has resulted in omission or delays in treatment, irrational prescriptions with ...
  https://clinicaltrials.gov/show/NCT01766830?order=275
*  Who's afraid of fever? | Archives of Disease in Childhood
The nurses on the children's ward used to have a very fixed approach to fever in young children. If the child had a temperature of 38°C, they would strip the child down and ask the junior doctor on duty to write up some paracetamol. If the child had a temperature of 39°C, they would ask the doctor to write up ibuprofen as well as paracetamol. The doctors would readily comply with these requests.. These practices raise a number of questions. Why are we trying to reduce body temperature in a child with fever? Is fever dangerous in itself? Is a child with a high fever more likely to have a serious underlying cause? What are the benefits of trying to reduce a child's fever? Conversely, and given that fever is part of the body's natural response to infection, should we try to reduce a child's temperature at all? Are physical methods of cooling effective? Are antipyretic drugs effective, and, if so, which ones ...
  http://adc.bmj.com/content/100/9/818
*  SYMPTOMATIC HERPES, A SEQUELA OF ARTIFICIALLY INDUCED FEVER | JEM
1. Symptomatic herpes occurred in 190 (46.2 per cent) of 411 patients treated with fever induced by physical methods.. 2. Herpes recurred in only 7, or 5.3 per cent, of 131 patients given subsequent fever treatments, suggesting that some immunity develops with the first attack.. 3. An acute encephalitis-like syndrome of short duration and without sequelae developed in a group of patients with severe herpes following fever therapy.. 4. A filter-passing virus, recovered from herpetic vesicles on patients treated with artificially induced fever, produced a fatal encephalitis in rabbits when inoculated intracerebrally and by corneal scarification. Intranuclear inclusion bodies were observed in corneal epithelial cells and in motor ganglion cells of the brain similar to those observed in rabbits injected with known strains of herpes virus.. 5. Four strains of virus that had been recovered from herpetic vesicles appearing on patients subsequent to ...
  http://jem.rupress.org/content/71/2/155
*  Behavioural fever is a synergic signal amplifying the innate immune response
Behavioural fever, defined as an acute change in thermal preference driven by pathogen recognition, has been reported in a variety of invertebrates and ectothermic vertebrates. It has been suggested, but so far not confirmed, that such changes in thermal regime favour the immune response and thus promote survival. Here, we show that zebrafish display behavioural fever that acts to promote extensive and highly specific temperature-dependent changes in the brain transcriptome. The observed coupling of the immune response to fever acts at the gene-environment level to promote a robust, highly specific time-dependent anti-viral response that, under viral infection, increases survival. Fish that are not offered a choice of temperatures and that therefore cannot express behavioural fever show decreased survival under viral challenge. This phenomenon provides an underlying explanation for the varied functional responses observed during systemic ...
  https://www.stir.ac.uk/research/hub/publication/11624
*  fever in 7 year old - Family Health - MedHelp
My son has been running a fever (between 100.8-101.6) for the past three nights.he only runs fever at night none during the day. He has no other symptoms and is not acting sick at all. Could this be a ...
  http://www.medhelp.org/posts/Family-Health/fever-in-7-year-old/show/1986475
*  NewYork-Presbyterian Queens - Fever in A Newborn
Adults have a tightly controlled thermostat to help regulate their body temperature. When cold, an adult shivers, helping to raise the temperature of the body. Sweating occurs when an adult is overheated, to allow for cooling. These mechanisms, on the other hand, are not completely developed in newborns. In addition, newborns lack the insulating fat layer that older babies and children develop.. Because a newborn's temperature regulation system is immature, fever may or may not occur with infection or illness. However, fever in babies can be due to other causes which may be even more serious. Call your baby's doctor immediately if your baby younger than three months old has a rectal temperature of 100.4 degrees F or higher.. Fever in newborns may be due to:. ...
  http://www.nyhq.org/diw/Content.asp?PageID=DIW002662&More=OTH&language=Korean
*  Babies and Infection - My Baby has a Fever! (Part 1) | Happy Baby USA
My baby has a fever! What should I do? The first article in a two-part series will define what a fever is, discuss the mechanism of a fever and provide a small insight to a doctors perspective on fever according to age groups. First of all it is important to define fever. A fever is defined as a 'rectal' temperature…
  https://happybabyusa.org/2011/09/17/babies-and-infection-my-baby-has-a-fever-part-1/