Children of the capital Delhi are battling viral fever. Children coming to the OPD of hospitals have the most problem of high fever, vomiting diarrhea. In children, this fever lasts for four to six days. Along with this, he is also having cough and cold. Difficulty in breathing is also being seen in some children. Doctors say that if children have fever for more than two days, then they should be treated immediately. Negligence can lead to serious condition
Director General Pediatrics, Madhukar Rainbow Hospital, Delhi, Dr. S. K Nakra said that there are many more cases of viral fever in children. In such a situation, special care needs to be taken of the children. If your child has a persistent fever for more than two days, he should be taken to the doctor. This can be a call towards the body against the viral infection, which can turn into a serious disease like pneumonia etc. At such a time, complete blood count including malaria, dengue, typhoid, chikungunya, arbovirus etc. diseases must be checked by getting the child's blood tested. To protect children from infection, parents should also take care of their hygiene. Because there is a possibility of many types of diseases including viruses in the dirt.
50 percent of viral cases are coming in children
Dr Meena J, of the Department of Pediatrics, Aakash Hospital, Delhi, said that 50 to 60 percent of the viral cases are coming to the children every day in the OPD. Due to the viral, the condition of many young children is getting serious. He also has to be admitted to the NICU. For the last two weeks, more cases of dengue are also coming in children. Children have a persistent fever that lasts for four to six days.
timely treatment required
Dr Nakra said that the parents are bringing the children to the hospital when the fever is getting very high or does not come down for three to four days. In such a situation, his condition is getting serious.