What Symptoms Should Be Considered Serious Illness Symptoms in Children?Serious Illness Symptoms in Children

What Symptoms Should Be Considered Serious Illness Symptoms in Children?

Serious Illness Symptoms in Children

Serious Illness Symptoms in Children
Serious Illness Symptoms in Children
  • A high speed, weak or continuous crying

  • Lack of accountability, decrease in activity

  • In infants, a bulging footnote (a soft spot on the head of a child)

  • Stiff neck

  • Not drinking for more than eight hours (solid food is not important)

  • Temperature of more than 38 degrees Celsius

  • A high temperature, but cold feet and hands

  • A high temperature coupled with calm and negligence

  • Fits, convulsions or trips

  • Blue, very yellow, thick or airing

  • Difficulty breathing, fast breathing, suffocation during breathing, or if your child is working hard to breathe, for example, in your stomach sucking under your ribs

  • Your child or child is sleeping abnormally, it is difficult to wake up or you do not know.

  • Your child is still unable to wake up when your child wakes them up

  • Spotty, purple red rash (this may be indicative of meningitis) anywhere on the body.

  • Repeated vomiting or bile-stained (green) vomiting.

Call an ambulance for your child, if they are fit for the first time.