Sunday, August 21, 2011

How to treat acute tonsillitis?

Acute tonsillitis is a very common disease, most likely in autumn when the onset of climate change, often due to the cold caused.

Acute tonsillitis Category I (acute congestive tonsillitis)

Acute tonsillitis, mostly in congestive colds, influenza or Para influenza virus caused. Inflammatory disease and its only superficial mucosal invasion and tonsil tissue, systemic and local symptoms were mild, with fever often less than, within the congestion and swelling of the tonsils, but the surface without purulent discharge; often accompanied by nasal cavity and throat mucous membrane inflammation, and is therefore difficult to distinguish acute upper respiratory tract infection.

Categories of acute tonsillitis (acute purulent tonsillitis)

Acute purulent tonsillitis from the pathogenic bacteria pass from the outside world, usually hidden in the nest within the amygdale is not the disease, but in the human body due to exhaustion, cold, weakened immunity, the bacteria will multiply and produce toxins invade tonsil inflammation. At this point, congestion and swelling of the tonsils obvious, surface yellow-white pus, pus can also be integrated into white film, but easy to wipe off without leaving a bleeding wound, the pain on both sides of the submandibular lymph nodes are swollen.

Acute tonsillitis as a sudden onset, patients with general malaise, chills, fever, and body temperature can reach 38 ℃ - 40 ℃, 40 ℃ or above, headache, back pain and limb pain, and often accompanied by constipation and loss of appetite. Infants and young children may have diarrhea, convulsions occur when the temperature is too high. Dry throat while conscious patients, pain, increased swallowing, eating and speech difficulties are feeling, and often feel the throat with phlegm and difficult expectoration. Because of the gloss pharyngeal nerve reflex, earache may occur.

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