When diagnosing diseases, doctors check the rate of ESR in the blood of a child. Not many people know what ESR is and how this indicator reflects the state of human health. However, this analysis is able to find out about the presence of serious diseases in the early stages. What is ESR and why can it deviate from the norm in children? What is the norm of ESR in the blood of a child from zero to 18 years in the table.
The norm of ESR in the blood of a child:
ESR – what is it? How is ESR measured?
Table 1: Norm of ESR in children from 0 to a year
Table 2: The norm of ESR in a child from one year to 18 years
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Acute intestinal infection in children is not particularly seasonal. This ailment is divided into types, depending on the etiology. The cause of acute intestinal infection in children can be: dysentery, salmonella, if infection, viruses, bacteria and fungi. Therefore, the probability of children getting an intestinal infection is in the cold season.
Acute intestinal infection in children: symptoms
The main symptoms in children that indicate acute intestinal infection:
diarrhea (loose stools more than 3 times a day), Continue reading