What should everyone know about fever?
Fevers in the context of infection are generally beneficial. More important than the fever itself is its cause, which is ideally elucidated as soon as possible (and treated similarly swiftly).
Treating a fever should be done in the following circumstances:
1. Person experiencing the fever (patient) is sufficiently uncomfortable.
2. Fever is high enough to be dangerous - usually over 39.5 degrees is concerning.
3. Patient has neurological consequences (eg seizure).
NB that hyperthermia, an abnormally high temperature can be caused by drugs, exposure, brain injury, among other causes, and these conditions should all be treated with a goal of normalizing the temp.
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