What is the treaty fever?
Treaty fever is one of the complications associated with the throat strap. This is a relatively serious disease that is usually seen in children aged 5 to 15 years of age. However, older children and adults are also known to contract sickness.
What causes the treaty fever?
Rheumatoid arthritis is caused by a bacterium called A Streptococcus. This bacterial strep causes throat, or in a small percentage of people, scarlet fever. This is a swelling disorder.
Symptoms of treaty fever are different. You may have some symptoms or many and can change symptoms during the disease. Orthopedic fever usually starts about two to four weeks after one throat infection.
- Painful and tender joint – often in knees, ankles, elbow, and wrist
- Pain in a joint which migrates into another joint
- Red, hot or swollen joints
- Small, painless obstructions (nodule) under the skin
- Pain in chest
- Heart murmur
Factors that increase the risk of treaty fever include:
family history. Some people take genes or genes, which can make them more likely to develop treaty fever.
Type of strap bacteria Some strains of strep bacteria are more likely to contribute to treating fever than other strains.
environmental factors. A major risk of rheumatoid arthritis is associated with susceptible, poor hygiene and other conditions, which can easily result from exposure to rapid transmission or strep bacteria.
How can pandemic fever affect the heart?
The heart is a pump with 4 rooms (rooms) and 4 valves. A heart valve works like a one-way door. It ensures that the pump blood flows in only one direction. If arthritic fever damages the heart valve, then it is called treaty heart disease. When your doctor listens to your child’s heart, they can hear additional voices called murmurs. There is some blood sounding flawlessly through a crisp bloody valve.
What happens when your child goes home?
Your doctor will tell you how long your child will need to rest after going home. As soon as your doctor says that it is safe for your child to be active again, it is important that they start exercising regularly and lead a healthy lifestyle.
How can your child get rid of treaty fever again?
The best way to stop arthritic fever is to ensure that your child has regular penicillin injections at the time. Penicillin strip kills bacteria, which triggers treat fever, causing further damage to your child’s heart valves.
Your child will have penicillin injections:
- Every 28 days
- A muscle near your bottom or hip
- Your community nurse, district nurse or public health nurse
- Penicillin injections can be painful. A nurse can use numbing medicine (local anesthetic), distraction techniques and other methods to reduce pain.
The only way to stop arthritic fever is to treat Strep throat infection or scarlet fever immediately with a full course of appropriate antibiotics.
What are the risk factors for treaty fever?
Factors that increase your chances of developing contract fever include:
family history. Some genes make you more likely to develop treaty fever.
The type of strep bacteria is present. Due to treaty fever, some strains are more likely than others.
Environmental factors are present in developing countries, such as hypersensitivity.
What is the approach for people with treaty fever?
If your child has a serious case then the long-term effects of treaty fever may be disabled. Some damage due to illness cannot be seen till the year. Be aware of long-term effects because your child gets bigger.
If your child experiences long-term loss related to treaty fever, support services are available to help him and your family.