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Baby having fever. Blood and urine test shows mild fever contents in blood cells. Looking for suggestion

6 months baby is suffering from fever from last month. when the medicine was given continuous for 3 days after one weak again the body temperature was raise up to 101 to 104. The blood and urine was checked in the laboratory their was mild fever contains in the blood cells . nearly 10 times and 3 different doctor visited in a month. so which treatment was good for baby and what will be your suggestion?
Asked On : Sun, 15 Apr 2012
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baby is suffering from urinary tract infection or glomerulonephritis as RBCs were found in the urine and dosage of antibiotics looks inadequate as all these infections are to be treated vigorously with intravenous antibiotics after baby is admitted in hospital.................after admission,repeat urine routine and microscopy to be done to see for pus cells and RBCs ,start on broad spectrum antibiotics......check blood prsssure....see for odema.........urine and blood culture to be might no be in sepsis as other symptoms like drowsiness,cold clamy skin,unable to suck would have been there
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