Measles Vaccine - Symptoms, Cause, Treatment of German measles and atypical measles syndrome ams

Measles Vaccine Information

Measles, is a highly infectious disease characterized by a pink rash and a respiratory infection. The cause is the rubella virus. Measles is one of the infectious diseases of childhood that causes a skin rash. Measles is caused by a virus. The infection is spread by contact with droplets from the nose, mouth, or throat of an infected person.

German measles

German measles is a mild viral illness caused by the rubella virus. It causes a mild feverish illness associated with a rash, and aches in the joints when it affects adults.

Measles Symptoms

Measlesbegins with a bad cold which gets worse as days go on-running nose, dry cough, red watery eyes and fever. After about 4 days the rash appears on the face and then it spreads to the entire body. Measles is accompanied by high fever which continues for 2 to 3 days. Then the child improves rapidly. Though Measles is not a dangerous disease, every child suffering from it should be given very good care and attention, otherwise it may lead to the diseases of the ears or the lungs.

Some Sgns And Symptoms Of Measles

Measles Treatment

There is no specific treatment of measles, though some children may require supplementation with Vitamin A.

Prevention methods of Measles

 

 





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