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Treatment of malaria?

Treatment of malaria?

It depends: On where it was acquired and what species is it. Choosing incorrectly can result in deaths. ...Read more

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Parvovirus (Definition)

Parvovirus b 19 causes an illness associated with rash, sometimes with red cheeks we call" slapped cheek; fever, and joint symptoms. It does not require any antibiotics since it is a virus. It can be spread to ...Read more


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What is the treatment for parvo virus?

What is the treatment for parvo virus?

Parvovirus: Here is a good summary: http://en.Wikipedia.Org/wiki/canine_parvovirus treatment is discussed in this also. ...Read more

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Treatment of infantigo?

Treatment of infantigo?

Antibiotics: This is also known more commonly as impetigo. It is usually caused by strep and /or staph bacteria. It does require antibiotics to be cured although these can be oral or topical. But must be gotten by prescription from a doctor. ...Read more

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Treatment of ac.Dacryocytitis?

Treatment of ac.Dacryocytitis?

Antibiotics: Oral antibiotics. Then followed by a dacryocystorhinosty (dcr) when infection resolved. ...Read more

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What is the treatment of child known case of G6bd deficiency diagnosed with kawasaki disease?

What is the treatment of child  known case of G6bd deficiency diagnosed with kawasaki disease?

Complex: Children with Kawasaki disease are treated with IVIG (immunoglobin)and initially, high dose aspirin.Having G6PD deficiency complicates things a bit because high dose aspirin therapy can cause a severe hemolytic anemia. Still, high dose aspirin therapy would more than likely be initiated, but intensely close monitoring for the development of hemolysis would be employed.Stopping the Rx stops hemolys ...Read more

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What is the treatment of reoccurence of malaria?

See your doctor: If you have contracted malaria a second time you need to speak with an infectious disease specialist so she can get your history , physical and lab work. There are diffent types from different countries. So in one region the disease can be drug resistent to some medications as well as other regions being resistent to different medications. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for hemolytic disease of newborn?

What is the treatment for hemolytic disease of newborn?

Various: Hemolytc disease can be mild and treated with bili lights. In extreme cases, it may be picked up early in pregnancy from an antibody screen. If positive, the antibody is identified. If a concerning antibodies present, the blood counts of the baby will be followed closely. Intrauterine transfusions may be required in these rare instances. ...Read more

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What is the treatment of rhinosporidiosis?

What is the treatment of rhinosporidiosis?

Protist parasite: Difficult problem to treat. Does not respond well to meds. Treatment is surgical excision - wide excision with wide area electro-coagulation of the lesion base ...Read more

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What is the treatment of cryptosporidiosis?

What is the treatment of cryptosporidiosis?

Cryptosporidiosis: Recovery from cryptosporidium infection depends largely upon the immune status of the host. Immunologically healthy patients usually have a spontaneous recovery within a few weeks and parasitologic cure within a few months without requiring any specific therapy. Nitazoxanide for children has been proven to be effective. For immunocomprimised patients, treatment varies. ...Read more

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What is the latest development of hepatitis b treatment?

What is the latest development of hepatitis b treatment?

Antivirals: The most commonly used antiviral medications against hepatitis b are Entecavir and tenofovir. Both are well tolerated and do a great job stopping the hbv from making copies of itself. No medications cure hepatitis b so many people have to take them indefinitely. Gilead is working on an immune enhancer drug that might help control hbv as well as a tenofovir-like drug with fewer kidney problems. ...Read more

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What is the treatment of salmonella osteomyelitis?

What is the treatment of  salmonella osteomyelitis?

Salmonella osteo: This depends upon whether this is acute vs. Chronic osteomyelitis. In the chronic form you may need input from an orthopedical surgeon for debridement of devitalized bone combined with a long-term antibiotic preferrably given iv, although if sensitive to a fluorinated quinolone like Cipro (ciprofloxacin) this may be effective orally over at least a 4 wk course. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for meningococcal disease?

What is the treatment for meningococcal disease?

Intensive care: Intensive care hospitalization, IV antibiotics, IV fluids, transfusions, respiratory and vascular support. Many prayers. See: http://www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pubmedhealth/pmh0002325/. ...Read more

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Whate is the treatment of hepatitis b virus ? (medication)

Whate is the treatment of hepatitis b virus ? (medication)

Several methods: Interferon (pegasys (peginterferon alfa 2a) is recommended) can be used to treat hep b. Lamivudine, an HIV med can be used (as well as several others). Entecavir and adefovir are also used. They are all generally well tolerated except the interferon classes. They cause fever, chills, nausea, vomiting...Like you have the flu. ...Read more

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What is the treatment of choice for newly diagnosed Susac Disease?

What is the treatment of choice for newly diagnosed Susac Disease?

See below: Susac’s syndrome is best treated as soon as possible with an aggressive, long-term course of drugs that suppress the immune system, such as steroids. Some medications include: prednisone intravenous methylprednisolone intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIG) cyclophosphamide mycophenolate mofetil azathioprine biological therapies ...Read more

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What is the immediate treatment for hepatitis b?

Depends: Most patients infected with hepatitisb will resolve the infection on their own without medical intervention. However, some patients do not. It is very important to be followed by a doctor to see if you "clear" the hepatitis b infection on your own or develop chronic hepatitis b in which case antiviral medication will likely be needed. Avoid alcohol and sex while your body is fighting the infection. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of parvo virus?

What are the symptoms of parvo virus?

Fifth disease: In children, parvovirus b19 causes a slapped cheek looking facial rash and some lacy rash on the arms, a benign disease. However, it causes a transient block in red blood cell production that in normals is of no consequence but in those with hemolytic anemia such as sickle cell disease, profound anemia can occur. In pregnancy, the effect on the developing fetus can be fatal. ...Read more

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Treatment of hyperbilirubinemia?

Depends: There are many conditions that will cause high bilirubin levels. Discuss with your doctor to get the correct diagnosis and then discuss the treatment options. Good luck ! ...Read more

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What is the treatment of poliomyelitis?

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What is the treatment of poliomyelitis?

Polio: Treatment is supportive, such as Antibiotics to prevent infection in weak muscles, Analgesics for pain, Moderate exercise, & a nutritious diet , along with Rehabilitation such as Physical therapy. ...Read more

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Best treatment of typhoid fever?

Best treatment of typhoid fever?

Cipro/Levaquin: The strain of salmonella typhi needs to be tested for antibiotic sensitivity. For uncomplicated typhoid fever with a sensitive strain the best treatment is oral Cipro (ciprofloxacin) or levaquin. Alternatives are amoxicillin, septra or azithromycin. Quinolone risistant strains are best treated with Azithromycin or IV ceftriaxone. ...Read more