Reye's disease

Govanni

Active member
Well, Hazel...
Most children and teenagers who have Reye's syndrome survive, although varying degrees of permanent brain damage are possible. Unfortunately, without proper diagnosis and treatment, Reye's syndrome can be fatal within a few days.
Please, what are these treatment procedures or processes?🤔
 

Austen

Well-known member
Please, what are these treatment procedures or processes?🤔
Hey there, Govanni..
Okay, so medications often used to treat Reye’s syndrome include:
- Insulin to increase glucose metabolism,
- Corticosteroids to reduce brain swelling,
- Diuretics to get rid of excess fluid,
And in severe cases, a breathing machine or respirator may be used if the child’s breathing is ineffective or too slow...
 

Govanni

Active member
Hey there, Govanni..
Okay, so medications often used to treat Reye’s syndrome include:
- Insulin to increase glucose metabolism,
- Corticosteroids to reduce brain swelling,
- Diuretics to get rid of excess fluid,
And in severe cases, a breathing machine or respirator may be used if the child’s breathing is ineffective or too slow...
Thanks Austen..
 
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