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Child has fever, body rash, strawberry tongue, high ESR value

Hi,doc my both kids was suffering from high fever having body rashes and strawberry tongue the elder one,and younger one was having 105 fever..... WBC counts high neutrophil 88 to 92 total bilirubin was 3.1,dbil 2.4 for elder one......but younger one had tbil 0.6....but both of them having fever since week now little reduced but ESR value is 92,88 for both of them
Asked On : Sun, 28 Oct 2012
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High grade fever,rash, raised neutrophil and ESR all are suggestive of bacterial infection. Raised bilirubin level is due to inflammation of liver.

As both of your kids become symptomatic at the same time it indicates same kind of infection leading to this.

Proper treatment with antibiotic with supportive measures is all that is needed to control the infection.A repeat test along with improvement in symptoms will indicate the response to treatment. It usually takes about 7-10 days for counts and s. bilirubin level to come to normal level.

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