If we have a flu, we might have a fever, we will expected have a cough, a bruise throat, a runny nose, aches, headaches, chills, tired and maybe diarrhea and vomiting.
But only given we have a flu, does not meant we should go to a hospital.
However, there are certain symptoms that should prompt we to get adult and conduct to a puncture room, according to a Centers for Disease Control.
There have been 3,884 reported influenza cases in Lehigh and Northampton counties given Oct and some-more than 47,000 statewide. Of those, 91 cases were fatal, according to a Pennsylvania Department of Health. The health dialect estimates that about 600,000 to 2.4 million Pennsylvanians will get a influenza this year and 120 to 2,000 will die.
So if we do have certain symptoms, we should go to a puncture room, according to a Centers for Disease Control.
For adults, emergency-level symptoms embody problem respirating or crispness of breath, pain or vigour in a chest or abdomen, remarkable dizziness, confusion, serious or determined queasiness or flu-like symptoms that urge though afterwards lapse with a heat and a some-more serious cough.
In children, quick respirating or difficulty breathing, bluish skin color, not celebration adequate fluids, not waking adult or not interacting with others, being too irked to be held, a heat with a rash, or, like in adults, flu-like symptoms that urge though afterwards lapse with a heat and a some-more serious cough.
And infants should be brought to a puncture room if they are incompetent to eat, have difficulty breathing, fewer soppy diapers than normal or no tears when crying.