As a rule, usually in the first three days, the patient will have high fever, headache, pain in people, eye aches. However, this time is not the most dangerous time and there are no complications.Patients can still be treated at home.
From the 4th day (from the onset of fever onwards) is the most dangerous time of the disease. Patients will not have a fever as high as three days ago, many patients say that the disease is less dangerous and is about to be removed but this stage can have serious complications..
The first complication was increased blood vessel permeability and blood concentration.Patients will not perceive this, but only through test indices. Based on the results of the test, the doctor will decide whether to infuse the patient or not. Excessive vascular events may lead to signs of early warning such as fatigue, liver pains, nausea and vomiting. In young children may see only young children or sprained, small, less breastfeeding. These cases need to go to the nearest hospital immediately to compensate, avoid life threat. Second Complication: Hemorrhagism due to thrombocytopenia. Patients may have; These patients need medical tests to assess how thinning the platelets is, so that physicians consider platelet transfusion as necessary.
Note that all local hospitals have the capacity to do the above, not necessarily to the Central, time consuming, endangering the patient and overloading the hospital. Only in the case of patients with shock, organ failure, primary health care will initially resuscitate and transfer patients to central hospitals by ambulance.