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Pattern of fever can be important in diagnosis and response of fever to medication. It can be

 

  • Continuous

  • Intermittent

  • Every day

  • Alternate day

  • High grade

  • Low grade

  • With or without chills and rigors -shivering

  • With or without perspiration

  • Biphasic-fever then no fever for few days then again fever.

 

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Pattern of fever can be known by careful history taking and maintaining temperature record charts.

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