Babies always have a cute little face, which is a happy fruit for parents. Watching and watching is like gently kissing or kissing their small mouths, but the young baby’s immune and disease resistance are low, and this kiss can turn into a fatal kiss at any time. Love has become a curse, and it is very likely to infect the disease that the kisser is suffering from!
1、 People with blisters
Hazard index: ☆☆☆☆
Neonatal herpes simplex virus infection is a hidden killer around newborns, especially for newborn babies, which cannot be ignored.
If you are walking on the road, or if you accidentally notice blisters the size of rice grains on your relatives or neighbors’ faces, lips, eyes, hands and feet, with several or more connected and accompanied by fever or local lymph node enlargement, you should be cautious about whether you are infected with the “herpes simplex virus“, as the above symptoms are typical manifestations of local virus infection of the “herpes simplex virus”.
What is even more chilling is that the herpes simplex virus can cause serious complications. The virus replicates within the cell, causing the infected cells to swell and inclusion bodies to appear in the nucleus. The affected tissues undergo cell lysis, hemorrhagic coagulation necrosis, and lymphocyte infiltration, which can also cause calcification in the brain. Therefore, it is possible to cause respiratory distress or pause, convulsions, hyperbilirubinemia, and concurrent viremia, which can rapidly develop into respiratory failure, shock, and DIC. Survivors suffer from central nervous system sequelae, including complications such as microphthalmos and cataracts. So, this disease cannot be underestimated.
If kissed by the aforementioned person, the “herpes simplex virus” may be transmitted through kissing or other means, and the harm to adults may not be very serious, but it may be fatal to infants. The baby is still unaware of this. Moms, please keep your eyes open and take good care of your baby!
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