The negative effect of high temperature (fever) on the heart and lungs

The negative effect of high temperature (fever) on the heart and lungs Useful rest Proper nutrition Prevention in children Fever in children and adults Manifestations of the disease Tips of traditional medicine What do tests

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Thermoregulation fever.

Thermoregulation fever. The range of immunological reactions in cold-blooded animals is much narrower than in warm-blooded animals. On this basis, it can be concluded that fever is a more important protective mechanism for cold-blooded people.

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Thermoregulation fever. The range of immunological reactions in cold-blooded animals is much narrower than in warm-blooded animals. On this basis, it can be concluded that fever is a more important protective mechanism for cold-blooded people.

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The benefits of high fever (fever) in increasing survival during infection

The benefits of high fever (fever) in increasing survival during infection Studying rats infected with Pasteurella multocida, Vaughn and Kluger found that with a moderate increase in body temperature, their survival rate increases. With an

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The benefits of high fever (fever) in increasing survival during infection Studying rats infected with Pasteurella multocida, Vaughn and Kluger found that with a moderate increase in body temperature, their survival rate increases. With an

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The benefits of high temperature (fever) in the destruction of microorganisms – pathogens

The benefits of high temperature (fever) in the destruction of microorganisms – pathogens Fever can affect the development and survival of pathogens. The best known example of this phenomenon is the death of gonococci and

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The benefits of high temperature (fever) in the destruction of microorganisms – pathogens Fever can affect the development and survival of pathogens. The best known example of this phenomenon is the death of gonococci and

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Types of fever – characteristics, examples

Types of fever – characteristics, examples Four types of fever have been described: intermittent, remittent, persistent, and recurrent. Determining the type of fever only sometimes helps to establish a diagnosis. Excessive use of antipyretics masks

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Types of fever – characteristics, examples Four types of fever have been described: intermittent, remittent, persistent, and recurrent. Determining the type of fever only sometimes helps to establish a diagnosis. Excessive use of antipyretics masks

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What is the upper limit for increasing body temperature? Fever limit

What is the upper limit for increasing body temperature? Fever limit Apparently, there is an upper limit of fever, above which the temperature of the “set point” cannot be shifted. Untreated fever is almost never

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What is the upper limit for increasing body temperature? Fever limit Apparently, there is an upper limit of fever, above which the temperature of the “set point” cannot be shifted. Untreated fever is almost never

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Neurotransmitters acting at the installation point during fever

Neurotransmitters acting at the installation point during fever There are good reasons to assume that the prostaglandin is a neurochemical mediator that increases the temperature of the “set point” of the hypothalamic preoptic region when

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Neurotransmitters acting at the installation point during fever There are good reasons to assume that the prostaglandin is a neurochemical mediator that increases the temperature of the “set point” of the hypothalamic preoptic region when

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The mechanism (pathogenesis) of the development of fever

The mechanism (pathogenesis) of the development of fever Increasing the temperature of the “set point” of the preoptic region of the hypothalamus. An increase in the temperature of the “set point” of the preoptic region

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The mechanism (pathogenesis) of the development of fever Increasing the temperature of the “set point” of the preoptic region of the hypothalamus. An increase in the temperature of the “set point” of the preoptic region

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The mechanism of the development of fever – pathogenesis

The mechanism of the development of fever – pathogenesis An increase in body temperature is a common clinical symptom, it is noted in a wide variety of diseases and occurs in different ways. Understanding the

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The mechanism of the development of fever – pathogenesis An increase in body temperature is a common clinical symptom, it is noted in a wide variety of diseases and occurs in different ways. Understanding the

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The effect of age on the child’s body temperature

The effect of age on the child’s body temperature It is believed that, with the exception of the neonatal period, the body temperature in children is higher than in adults. The difference with age gradually

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The effect of age on the child’s body temperature It is believed that, with the exception of the neonatal period, the body temperature in children is higher than in adults. The difference with age gradually

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