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Fever - Penn State Hershey Medical Center - ADAM

grade fever. A high grade fever is present when the oral temperature is above 38.5°C. ... the rectal or tympanic (ear) temperature is higher than 38°C.A fever is when a person's body temperature is hotter than 37.5 degrees Celsius (99.5 ... Rectal temperatures will read about 0.3 C (0.55 F) higher, and armpit ...

Fever Temperatures: Accuracy and Comparison | Michigan ...

Most centres define fever as body temperature higher than 38°C. Temperatures between 37.5°C and 38.5°C may indicate a low-grade fever. A high-grade fever is present when the oral temperature is above 38.5°C. ... the rectal or tympanic (ear) temperature is higher than 38°C.

Fever - myDr.com.au

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Fever in children - Illnesses & conditions | NHS inform

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Fever - myDr.com.au

A C (0.55 F) higher, and armpit ...

Fever in adults | NHS inform

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fever (101.3°F) are referred to ...

Children's Temperature Chart | Advil Canada

When you have a C (99.5F). This usually means there is something wrong somewhere. A part of the brain called ...

Fever - Penn State Hershey Medical Center - ADAM

Find out more about C symptoms in adults, when you can use self-care, and what to do if your condition worsens and you need medical help.

Human Body Temperature: Fever - Normal - Low Readings ...

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Fever - Summit Medical Group

What is a 37.5). The body's average ...

Temperature - Clinical Methods - NCBI Bookshelf

Normal body temperature is considered to be 37°C (100.5°F).

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A child has a C may occur ...

Fever in adults | Ministry of Health NZ

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Body temperature: Normal ranges in adults and children

Classed as: Celsius, Fahrenheit. Hypothermia, <35.0°C ...

Fever: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia

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Fever: Causes, Treatment, and Prevention - Healthline

Many doctors define a C (100.4°F) or an axillary (under ...

Fever - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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