Table of Contents Roseola The roseola can get children aged between 6 months and 3 years. It is a viral disease that is transmitted by droplet infection. The incubation period is 5-15 days. Anyone who has had it once, is a life-long immune. Within hours, the child gets a high fever around 40 °, which rapidly disappear quickly after 3-4 days. After the child fever is free again, emerged in some parts of the body to a rash, but it disappears within 24 hours. . Otherwise, no symptoms are shown. Treatment: Fiebersenkente agents such as. Nuri Flex juice or Mexalenzapferl. Also Wadenwickel have well armed.
Provide sufficient liquid! Attention: Due to the rapidly rising fever may cause a febrile seizure! Hand-mouth-foot disease The hand-mouth-foot disease is a viral disease that breaks out after about 3-6 days after infection. Transferring them is by droplet infection and skin contact. It occurs verhäuft on in summer and autumn months. Gefährtet are children under 10 years. The disease begins with loss of appetite, sore throat and slight fever. Then painful sores form in the oral cavity, followed by reddish spots first around the mouth and nose, and later on the palms and Fußsohlen. Nach 8-12 days the symptoms subside again. Treatment: Unfortunately, there is no specific treatment for this disease. One can jediglich numb the painful sores in the mouth by Zahnungsgel. RS virus
The RS virus occurs in the winter months and affects infants acute bronchitis. Particularly affected are children under 2 years and here again propagated Babies up to 6 months. This illness begins with flu-like symptoms such as cough, runny nose and slight fever. After 2-3 days, the child’s condition worsens within a few hours. It comes to wheezing and rattling noises in the chest. Lips and nails may turn blue. The sleeping and drinking behavior is greatly affected because the baby gets very heavy air only. Warning: This virus infection is one umbedingt by a physician behandlet because there may be circumstances lebensbetrohlichen! Most children survive the disease but without further damage. croup Croup occurs mainly in winter, in cold damp weather. Triggers are influenza viruses. Boys are twice as often affected than girls.
This disease usually begins with a hamlosen rhinitis. The first Krupp attack comes in the night and is manifested by barking cough, hoarseness, and increasing shortness of breath. Also by inhalation can be heard clearly a whistling sound. Primarily myself stay calm! The child calm and maintain. Warm wrap and bring to the cold fresh air (even a refrigerator can already help). The attack was to max. 30 minutes ago call otherwise be the rescue. But the next day to see a doctor in any case. Anyone who has had a seizure, will get this disease with certainty to the main school age again. rotavirus The rotavirus is the heufigste trigger for vomiting and diarrhea. It is transmitted through contact and droplet infection.
1-3 days after infection leads to watery diarrhea, vomiting, fever and abdominal pain. There is a risk of Ausdrocknung! Drink plenty to drink and seek medical attention as soon as possible. Due to the strong fluid loss can lead to a hospital stay in the hospital. Since 2006 there is an oral vaccine against rotavirus, the babies may be given from 2 months of age. chickenpox Chickenpox (also sheep platters or wet platters) are caused by a form of herpes virus. Chickenpox are transmitted over the air. Most children from 3 to 12 years are affected. Who they once had, is a lifetime immune. 14-21 days after infection, appear on the skin small red spots which rapidly turn into blisters. The bubble burst after weingen days, crust over and then fall off. This process is associated with very strong itchiness and often fever.
There will be several stages, so that all 3 stages (redness blisters crust) are gelichzeitig be seen on the skin. The disease lasts 10-14 days. Treatment: From the doctor can give can be itching relieving drugs. Also, there are Globoli against the itching. Chickenpox can be dabbed with a cloth soaked in chamomile tea towel. The child put on loose clothing made of pure cotton. Never scratch because scars remain. Chickenpox is most contagious in the 3 days before the outbreak. Unfortunately no symptoms at the time recognized. Since 2004 can be vaccinated against chickenpox.