Disease Information for Acute infection

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Clinical Manifestations
Signs & Symptoms
Hyperextensable Joints Infant
Paroxysmal Shivering
Rigors/Shaking chills
Teeth Chattering
Uncontrollable Shaking
Tachycardia/Fast heart rate
Nausea
Vomiting
Tongue Protrudes Infant
Delay Sitting Unsupported Infant
Mouth Hangs Open Infant
Muscles Soft/Doughy Infant
Rolling Over Delay Infant
Warm/Extremities dry/warm to touch
Weak/Weak as a kitten (symptom)
Babkin infant sign/Abnormal
Galant Infant reflex/Abnormal
Head Neck Floppy Infant Hypotonia Sign
Impaired judgement/signs
Infant Head Support Delay
Moro reflex Poor/Absent Infant
Palmar Grasp infant Reflex Abnormal
Primitive infant reflexes/Abnormal
Rooting infant sign/Abnormal
Swimming infant reflex/Abnormal
Tonic Neck Infant reflex/Abnormal
Shallow Breathing Infant
Acutely ill patient/signs
Chills
Collapse/Prostration
Constitutional symptoms
Enervated/extreme acute fatigue
Fever
Fever Febrile Possible
Flu-Like Syndrome
High body temperature
Malaise
Weakness non-neuromuscular/systemic
Disease Progression
Course/Acute
Course/Acute only
Laboratory Tests
Abnormal Lab Findings (Non Measured)
Acute inflammatory markers elevated (Lab)
Abnormal Lab Findings - Increased
Anti-cardiolipin (Lab)
C-reactive protein (Lab)
Fibrinogen, plasma (Lab)
IGM/Immunoglobulin M (Lab)
Sed Rate/ESR/Sedimentation rate (Lab)
Serum Amyloid A (SSA)
Associated Diseases & Rule outs
Rule Outs
High altitude disorder
Associated Disease & Complications
Abortion/miscarriage
Neonatal Hypotonia/Floppy Baby Syndrome
Disease Mechanism & Classification
Process
PROCESS/Acute infection (ex).
PROCESS/Hierarchic item/group of diseases (category)
PROCESS/Infected organ/abscess (category)
PROCESS/Inflammatory/Acute
PROCESS/Inflammatory/infection (ex)
Definition
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External Links Related to Acute infection
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NGC (National Guideline Clearinghouse)
Medscape (eMedicine)
Harrison's Online (accessmedicine)
NEJM (The New England Journal of Medicine)
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