Purulent-resorptive fever

Purulent-resorptive fever - a condition caused by the absorption of bacterial toxins and products of the decay of tissues from the local home purulent anaerobic or rot infection. The main feature is the increased body temperature with changes inherent in a feverish state (see Fever). The severity of purulent-resorptive fever is determined by the size of the source of infection, severity, its distinguishing from healthy tissue and the possibility of outflow of toxic products out. When separated the abscess (see Abscess) purulent-resorptive fever more moderate, with the festering abscess (see) is significant, most of gravity reaches at gas phlegmon, malignant swelling (see Anaerobic infection). Temperature - up to 39 degrees and above, with daily fluctuations of up to 1 degree. In malnourished wounded during a late putrid wound infections severe purulent-resorptive fever may occur at a temperature of 38 degrees and below. For purulent-resorptive fever, unlike sepsis (see), typically under the General disorders local phenomena; reduction of the latter leads to a weakening of panic disorder, strengthening of the local process immediately increases purulent-resorptive fever. Continuing the long-term, it leads to a traumatic depletion (see) and the death of the patient.
The treatment of purulent-resorptive fever aimed at stopping absorption of local communities, which is achieved by opening the abscess, phlegmon, ? ATEC, secondary treatment of purulent wounds, arthrotomy or resection of the affected joint and so on, in an extreme case - amputation. Further treatment is as if an infected wound in the period of infection (see the Wound, injury).