The fever has been around 40 degrees. I came to the hospital to get a fever reduction needle, which will stop the fever. Good mental state. The blood drawing said that the high-sensitivity C-reactive protein was high. The doctor asked for infusion. Would you like to ask whether infusion can be avoided in this case? The child had a fever caused by eating mutton yesterday. There were no other symptoms except fever and vomiting twice.
Gastrointestinal cold generally, if vomiting and diarrhea are not serious, does it need infusion? If vomiting and diarrhea are serious, it leads to water electrolyte imbalance, which must be corrected by intravenous drip. If it is caused by eating mutton, you can treat it with dianbaohe granules or Simo soup.
In this case, infusion can be used, but drugs must be used under the guidance of doctors. Usually, in this case, antiviral drugs can be used for viral infection, antibiotics can be used for bacterial infection, and attention should be paid to rest during recovery. Some probiotics can also be used to regulate the intestines and stomach to promote recovery. If the body temperature is relatively high, antipyretic drugs should also be used.
The inflammation is a little obvious. Of course, it depends on your symptoms. If you have a fever and have diarrhea and vomiting, it must be better to give priority to infusion treatment. This depends on the doctor's auscultation evaluation