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Throat skin problems in children, which indicates nephritis

Time :09-11    Articel By :Beijing Tongshantang Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine

 Throat skin problems in children, which indicates Nephritis

Acute tonsillitis, skin pustulosis and other pioneer infections are common in 1 - 4 weeks. There are symptoms such as low fever, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, and loss of appetite. These symptoms are no different from normal fever infections. They are not easily noticed and often overlooked. Puffiness and oliguria are the characteristics of this disease. Generally, edema starts with the eyelid and gradually spreads to the whole body. Therefore, when a child develops edema of the upper eyelid, it is necessary to find out the cause. Most children's hematuria is invisible to the naked eye and only existing red blood cells can be developed under a microscope. Only a few children have groose hematuria. The color of hematuria is either bright red or like strong tea.

Most children develop hypertension at the beginning of the disease, generally 120 - 150080 - 110 mmHg. Some serious children may also show headache, nausea, vomiting, frequent cough and dyspnea. If handled properly, more than 95 % of acute nephritis can be cured. And prevention is particularly important. To prevent, we need to start from the following aspects:

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1. Exercisey, strengthen your body and improve your disease resistance.

2. Pay attention to skin hygiene at ordinary times, change clothes and bathe often, especially in summer, to prevent mosquito bites and skin infections.

3. For children with recurrent amygdalitis, tonsillectomy may be considered. For those infected with acute pharyngitis and skin, effective treatment should be given as soon as possible to reduce the incidence of nephritis.

4, Pay attention to climate change, add or reduce children's clothes in time to avoid external cold.

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