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    Sepsis (Septicaemia) Professional

    It is particularly recommended to assess any patient for sepsis who [ 13 ] : Has clinical evidence of systemic infection (such as recent history of fever). Is considered for antibiot...

    Episcleritis and Scleritis Professional

    Occasional associated systemic symptoms (fever, vomiting, headache). Scleromalacia perforans may present with minimal/no symptoms. Posterior scleritis may present with very severe sympt...

    Shoulder Pain Professional

    Symptoms/signs of systemic illness: ask specifically about symptoms that may indicate polymyalgia rheumatica/ giant cell arteritis . Fever can suggest malignancy or infection. History of tr...

    Genital Herpes Simplex Professional

    Myalgia and fever are the main systemic symptoms. Tingling neuropathic pain in the genital area/buttocks/legs.

    Complications of Acute Myocardial Infarction Professional

    Frequently occurs within a few days of the myocardial infarction and presents with a low-grade fever, pericardial friction rub and pleuritic chest pain. ECG may show ST elevation in all le...

    Gout Professional

    Other sites often affected are: Knee Midtarsal joints Wrists Ankles Small hand joints Elbows The inflammation reaches its peak within 24 hours, often with fever a...

    Hydatid Disease Professional

    Infection of the cyst results in a range of symptoms from mild fever to full-blown sepsis. Partially or totally calcified cysts are not uncommon. Most cysts are 1 cm-15 cm in size but c...

    Dementia Professional

    Decisions to withhold nutritional support should be taken within a legal and ethical framework [ 20 ] . Fever may be managed with antipyretics and mechanical cooling. Palliative antibiotics s...

    Oral Anticoagulants Professional

    Peripheral oedema and fever have also been reported. Abnormal renal tests and LFTs. Dabigatran etexilate Epistaxis.

    Asthma Professional

    Past, present and family history Atopic eczema, asthma and hay fever tend to run together in individuals and in families. Ask about medication - the patient may have been started on ...

    Catheterising Bladders Professional

    [ 1 ] Fever due to a urinary source develops with a frequency of about 1 in 100 to 1,000 days of catheter use. [ 9 ] Additional complications of long-term catheterisation include: ...

    Diabetic Foot Professional

    Examples of limb-threatening and life-threatening diabetic foot problems include: Ulceration with fever or any signs of sepsis. Ulceration with limb ischaemia. Clinical concern th...

    Lung Cancer Professional

    Finger clubbing. Fever. Weakness. Superior vena cava obstruction. Dysphagia. Headache. Nausea and vomiting.

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