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fever [ 'fi:və] n.发热,发烧;狂热

fever ['fi:və] n. 发烧;发热

speculation fever 投机热

She stayed home from school because she had a sore throat and a fever.
她待在家里,没有去上课,因为她喉咙痛,还发烧。

My fever is gone.
我的烧已经退了。

Flu is an infectious disease characterized by fever, aches and pains and exhaustion.
流感是一种传染病,其特征是发热、全身疼痛和疲乏无力。

Football fever gripped the town when the local team reached the cup final.
在当地的足球队打进了优胜杯的决赛圈后,
全市掀起一阵足球热。

The patient has a mild fever.
那个病人有些轻微的发烧。

我有点儿发烧。
I have a bit of a fever.

我好像发烧了。
I think I have a fever.
I think I have a fever. (我好像发烧了。)
Let's check. (试试表。)

我退烧了。
My fever has gone down.

你发烧吗?
Do you have a fever?
Do you have a fever? (发烧吗?)
I don't know. I don't have a thermometer. (不知道,我没有体温计。)
Do you have a high temperature?

Feed a cold and starve a fever.
伤风时宜吃,发热时宜饿。

I have a slight fever.
我轻微发烧。

He has a fever, aching muscles and hacking cough.
他有发烧,筋骨酸痛和常常咳嗽。
hacking = constant

His symptoms include loss of appetite, weight loss, excessive fatigue, fever and chills.
他的症状包括没有食欲、体重减轻、非常疲倦、发烧和发冷。

黄热病 yellow fever

热病 fever; pyrexia

波状热 [bō zhuàng rè] /undulant fever/brucellosis/

登革热 [dēng gé rè] /dengue fever/Singapore hemorrhagic fever/

发热 [fā rè] /(v) have fever temperature/(v) emit heat/(v) not think calmly/

发烧 [fā shāo] /have a high temperature (from illness)/have a fever/

高烧 [gāo shāo] /(n) high fever/

喉痧 [hóu shā] /scarlet fever/

花粉过敏 [huā fěn guò mǐn] /hay fever/

脑炎 [nǎo yán] /brain fever/encephalitis/meningitis/

烧 [shāo] /to burn/to cook/to stew/to bake/to roast/fever/

{adj: afebrile} having no fever
<-> febrile

{adj: antipyretic} preventing or alleviating fever
<-> pyretic

{adj: burning} intensely hot
"a burning fever"
"the burning sand"

{adj: catarrhal} of or relating to a catarrh
"catarrhal fever is any of several respiratory or oral diseases of livestock such as bluetongue in horses and sheep"

{adj: defervescent} of or relating to the reduction of a fever

{adj: dehydrated} suffering from excessive loss of water from the body
"fever resulted from becoming dehydrated"
"was dehydrated after the marathon"

{adj: diagnostic, symptomatic} characteristic or indicative of e.g. a disease
"a diagnostic sign of yellow fever"
"diagnostic information"
"a rash symptomatic of scarlet fever"
"symptomatic of insanity"
"a rise in crime symptomatic of social breakdown"

{adj: febrile, feverish} of or relating to or characterized by fever
"a febrile reaction caused by an allergen"
<-> afebrile

{adj: fevered} highly excited
"a fevered imagination"

{adj: feverish, feverous} having or affected by a fever

{adj: fulminant} sudden and severe
"fulminant pain"
"fulminant fever"

{adj: hallucinatory} characterized by or characteristic of hallucination
"the bizarre hallucinatory dreams of fever"- Jean Stafford

{adj: malarial} of or infected by or resembling malaria
"malarial fever"

{adj: mild} moderate in type or degree or effect or force; far from extreme
"a mild winter storm"
"a mild fever"
"fortunately the pain was mild"
"a mild rebuke"
"mild criticism"
<-> intense

{adj: pestilent, pestilential, pestiferous, plaguey} likely to spread and cause an epidemic disease
"a pestilential malignancy in the air"- Jonathan Swift
"plaguey fevers"

{adj: pyrectic} having or causing fever

{adj: pyretic} causing fever
<-> antipyretic

{adj: pyrogenic, pyrogenous, pyrogenetic} produced by or producing fever

{adj: quartan} occurring every fourth day (especially the fever and weakness of malaria)
"quartan malaria"

{adj: remittent} (of a disease) characterized by periods of diminished severity
"a remittent fever"

{adj: tertian} relating to symptoms (especially malarial fever) that appear every other day
"tertian fever"

{adv: thence, therefrom, thereof} from that circumstance or source
"atomic formulas and all compounds thence constructible"- W.V.Quine
"a natural conclusion follows thence"
"public interest and a policy deriving therefrom"
"typhus fever results therefrom"

{n: Aedes, genus Aedes} yellow-fever mosquitos

{n: Argentine hemorrhagic fever} hemorrhagic fever with neurological signs; caused by the Junin virus

{n: Bruce, David Bruce, Sir David Bruce} Australian physician and bacteriologist who described the bacterium that causes undulant fever or brucellosis (1855-1931)

{n: Crimea-Congo hemorrhagic fever} an infection common in Arab states caused by a bunyavirus; transmitted by a tick that thrives on sheep

{n: Dick test} a skin test to determine your susceptibility to scarlet fever

{n: Ebola hemorrhagic fever, Ebola fever, Ebola} a severe and often fatal disease in humans and nonhuman primates (monkeys and chimpanzees) caused by the Ebola virus; characterized by high fever and severe internal bleeding; can be spread from person to person; is largely limited to Africa

{n: Ebola virus} a filovirus that causes Ebola hemorrhagic fever; carried by animals; can be used as a bioweapon

{n: Gorgas, William Crawford Gorgas} United States Army surgeon who suppressed yellow fever in Havana and in the Panama Canal Zone (1854-1920)

{n: Haverhill fever} the form of ratbite fever occurring in the United States

{n: Junin virus} the RNA virus that causes Argentine hemorrhagic fever; carried by rats and mice

{n: Kawasaki disease, mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome} an acute disease of young children characterized by a rash and swollen lymph nodes and fever; of unknown cause

{n: Lassa fever} an acute contagious viral disease of central western Africa; characterized by fever and inflammation and muscular pains and difficulty swallowing; can be used as a bioweapon

{n: Lassa virus} the RNA virus that causes Lassa fever

{n: Legionnaires' disease} acute (sometimes fatal) lobar pneumonia caused by bacteria of a kind first recognized after an outbreak of the disease at an American Legion convention in Philadelphia in 1976; characterized by fever and muscle and chest pain and headache and chills and a dry cough

{n: Lyme disease, Lyme arthritis} an acute inflammatory disease characterized by a rash with joint swelling and fever; caused by bacteria carried by the bite of a deer tick

{n: Machupo virus} the RNA virus that causes Bolivian hemorrhagic fever; carried by rats and mice

{n: Mallon, Mary Mallon, Typhoid Mary} United States cook who was an immune carrier of typhoid fever and who infected dozens of people (1870-1938)

{n: Marburg disease, Marburg hemorrhagic fever, green monkey disease} a viral disease of green monkeys caused by the Marburg virus; when transmitted to humans it causes serious or fatal illness

{n: Marseilles fever, Kenya fever, Indian tick fever, boutonneuse fever} a disease (common in India and around the Mediterranean area) caused by a rickettsia that is transmitted to humans by a reddish brown tick (ixodid) that lives on dogs and other mammals

{n: Noguchi, Hideyo Noguchi} United States bacteriologist (born in Japan) who discovered the cause of yellow fever and syphilis (1876-1928)

{n: Q fever} an acute disease resembling influenza

{n: Reed, Walter Reed} United States physician who proved that yellow fever is transmitted by mosquitoes (1851-1902)

{n: Rift Valley fever} an infection common in Africa caused by a bunyavirus; transmitted by mosquitoes or by handling infected animals

{n: Rocky Mountain spotted fever, mountain fever, tick fever} caused by rickettsial bacteria and transmitted by wood ticks

{n: Sydenham's chorea, Saint Vitus dance, St. Vitus dance} chorea occurring chiefly in children and associated with rheumatic fever

{n: Texas fever} an infectious disease of cattle transmitted by the cattle tick

{n: Waterhouse-Friderichsen syndrome} syndrome associated with bacterial meningitis; marked by sudden high fever and skin discoloration and petechiae with hemorrhage into the adrenal glands and cardiovascular collapse

{n: Widal test, Widal's test} a test for detecting typhoid fever and other salmonella infections

{n: Zinsser, Hans Zinsser} United States bacteriologist who helped develop immunization against typhus fever (1878-1940)

{n: ague, chills and fever} successive stages of chills and fever that is a symptom of malaria

{n: anaplasmosis} a disease of cattle that is transmitted by cattle ticks; similar to Texas fever

{n: anthrax, splenic fever} a highly infectious animal disease (especially cattle and sheep); it can be transmitted to people

{n: antipyresis} medication with antipyretics to treat a fever

{n: antipyretic, febrifuge} any medicine that lowers body temperature to prevent or alleviate fever

{n: arbovirus, arborvirus} a large heterogeneous group of RNA viruses divisible into groups on the basis of the virions; they have been recovered from arthropods, bats, and rodents; most are borne by arthropods; they are linked by the epidemiologic concept of transmission between vertebrate hosts by arthropod vectors (mosquitoes, ticks, sandflies, midges, etc.) that feed on blood; they can cause mild fevers, hepatitis, hemorrhagic fever, and encephalitis

{n: atypical pneumonia, primary atypical pneumonia, mycoplasmal pneumonia} an acute respiratory disease marked by high fever and coughing; caused by mycoplasma; primarily affecting children and young adults

{n: blackwater fever} severe and often fatal malaria characterized by kidney damage resulting in dark urine

{n: blue gum, fever tree, Eucalyptus globulus} tall fast-growing timber tree with leaves containing a medicinal oil; young leaves are bluish

{n: borrelia} cause of e.g. European and African relapsing fever

{n: bout} a period of illness
"a bout of fever"
"a bout of depression"

{n: brucellosis, undulant fever, Malta fever, Gibraltar fever, Rock fever, Mediterranean fever} infectious bacterial disease of human beings transmitted by contact with infected animals or infected meat or milk products; characterized by fever and headache

{n: buck fever} nervous excitement of an inexperienced hunter

{n: burweed marsh elder, false ragweed, Iva xanthifolia} tall annual marsh elder common in moist rich soil is central North America that can cause contact dermatitis; produces much pollen that is a major cause of hay fever

{n: canicola fever} an acute feverish disease in people and in dogs marked by gastroenteritis and mild jaundice

{n: canine distemper} a viral disease of young dogs characterized by high fever and respiratory inflammation

{n: catarrhal fever} any of several disease of livestock marked by fever and edema of the respiratory tract

{n: cellulitis} an inflammation of body tissue (especially that below the skin) characterized by fever and swelling and redness and pain

{n: cerebrospinal meningitis, epidemic meningitis, brain fever, cerebrospinal fever} meningitis caused by bacteria and often fatal

{n: chill, shivering} a sensation of cold that often marks the start of an infection and the development of a fever

{n: chloramphenicol, Chloromycetin} an oral antibiotic (trade name Chloromycetin) used to treat serious infections (especially typhoid fever)

{n: coccidioidomycosis, coccidiomycosis, valley fever, desert rheumatism} an infection of the lungs and skin characterized by excessive sputum and nodules

{n: compress} a cloth pad or dressing (with or without medication) applied firmly to some part of the body (to relieve discomfort or reduce fever)

{n: croup, spasmodic laryngitis} a disease of infants and young children; harsh coughing and hoarseness and fever and difficult breathing

{n: cutaneous anthrax, malignant pustule} a form of anthrax infection that begins as papule that becomes a vesicle and breaks with a discharge of toxins; symptoms of septicemia are severe with vomiting and high fever and profuse sweating; the infection is often fatal

{n: cyclooxygenase-2, Cox-2} an enzyme that makes prostaglandins that cause inflammation and pain and fever
"the beneficial effects of NSAIDs result from their ability to block Cox-2"

{n: decrease, lessening, drop-off} a change downward
"there was a decrease in his temperature as the fever subsided"
"there was a sharp drop-off in sales"
<-> increase

{n: defervescence} abatement of a fever as indicated by a reduction in body temperature

{n: dengue, dengue fever, dandy fever, breakbone fever} an infectious disease of the tropics transmitted by mosquitoes and characterized by rash and aching head and joints

{n: diphenhydramine, Benadryl} antihistamine (trade name Benadryl) used to treat allergic reactions involving the nasal passages (hay fever) and also to treat motion sickness

{n: diverticulitis} inflammation of a diverticulum in the digestive tract (especially the colon); characterized by painful abdominal cramping and fever and constipation

{n: eczema vaccinatum, Kaposi's varicelliform eruption} a now rare complication of vaccinia superimposed on atopic dermatitis with high fever and generalized vesicles and papulovesicles

{n: encephalitis, cephalitis, phrenitis} inflammation of the brain usually caused by a virus; symptoms include headache and neck pain and drowsiness and nausea and fever (`phrenitis' is no longer in scientific use)

{n: epiglottitis} inflammation of the epiglottis; characterized by fever and a severe sore throat and difficulty in swallowing

{n: exanthema subitum, roseola infantum, roseola infantilis, pseudorubella} a viral disease of infants and young children; characterized by abrupt high fever and mild sore throat; a few days later there is a faint pinkish rash that lasts for a few hours to a few days

{n: fever pitch} a state of extreme excitement
"the crowd was at fever pitch"

{n: fever tree, Acacia xanthophloea} African tree supposed to mark healthful regions

{n: fever tree, Georgia bark, bitter-bark, Pinckneya pubens} ornamental shrub or small tree of swampy areas in southwestern United States having large pink or white sepals and yielding Georgia bark for treating fever

{n: fever tree} any of several trees having leaves or barks used to allay fever or thought to indicate regions free of fever

{n: fever, febrility, febricity, pyrexia, feverishness} a rise in the temperature of the body; frequently a symptom of infection

{n: fever} intense nervous anticipation
"in a fever of resentment"

{n: genus Rickettsia} can cause typhus and Rocky Mountain spotted fever in humans

{n: gold fever} greed and the contagious excitement of a gold rush

{n: hay fever, pollinosis} a seasonal rhinitis resulting from an allergic reaction to pollen

{n: hemorrhagic fever, haemorrhagic fever, viral hemorrhagic fever, viral haemorrhagic fever, VHF} a group of illnesses caused by a viral infection (usually restricted to a specific geographic area); fever and gastrointestinal symptoms are followed by capillary hemorrhage

{n: herpangia} a viral infection (usually in children) marked by sore throat and fever and papules in the mouth and throat and headache and abdominal pain; usually subsides in a short time

{n: hyperpnea} energetic (deep and rapid) respiration that occurs normally after exercise or abnormally with fever or various disorders
<-> hypopnea

{n: hyperpyrexia} extremely high fever (especially in children)

{n: infectious mononucleosis, mononucleosis, mono, glandular fever, kissing disease} an acute disease characterized by fever and swollen lymph nodes and an abnormal increase of mononuclear leucocytes or monocytes in the bloodstream; not highly contagious; some believe it can be transmitted by kissing

{n: jungle fever} severe form of malaria occurring in tropical regions

{n: leptospira} important pathogens causing Weil's disease or canicola fever

{n: malaria} an infective disease caused by sporozoan parasites that are transmitted through the bite of an infected Anopheles mosquito; marked by paroxysms of chills and fever

{n: meningitis} infectious disease characterized by inflammation of the meninges (the tissues that surround the brain or spinal cord) usually caused by a bacterial infection; symptoms include headache and stiff neck and fever and nausea

{n: mitral stenosis, mitral valve stenosis} obstruction or narrowing of the mitral valve (as by scarring from rheumatic fever)

{n: mumps, epidemic parotitis} an acute contagious viral disease characterized by fever and by swelling of the parotid glands

{n: murine typhus, rat typhus, urban typhus, endemic typhus} acute infection caused by rickettsia and transmitted by the bite of an infected flea; characterized by fever and chills and muscle aches and a rash

{n: oral herpes, herpes labialis, cold sore, fever blister} caused by herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1)

{n: paratyphoid, paratyphoid fever} any of a variety of infectious intestinal diseases resembling typhoid fever

{n: pelvic inflammatory disease, PID} inflammation of the female pelvic organs (especially the Fallopian tubes) caused by infection by any of several microorganisms (chiefly gonococci and chlamydia); symptoms are abdominal pain and fever and foul-smelling vaginal discharge

{n: petechia} a minute red or purple spot on the surface of the skin as the result of tiny hemorrhages of blood vessels in the skin (as in typhoid fever)

{n: pin, peg, stick} informal terms of the leg
"fever left him weak on his sticks"

{n: pneumonic plague, pulmonic plague, plague pneumonia} a rapidly progressive and frequently fatal form of the plague that can spread through the air from person to person; characterized by lung involvement with chill, bloody expectoration and high fever

{n: prostatitis} inflammation of the prostate gland characterized by perineal pain and irregular urination and (if severe) chills and fever

{n: psittacosis, parrot fever, ornithosis} an atypical pneumonia caused by a rickettsia microorganism and transmitted to humans from infected birds

{n: puerperal fever, childbed fever} serious form of septicemia contracted by a woman during childbirth or abortion (usually attributable to unsanitary conditions); formerly widespread but now uncommon

{n: quartan} a malarial fever that recurs every fourth day

{n: ragweed, ambrosia, bitterweed} any of numerous chiefly North American weedy plants constituting the genus Ambrosia that produce highly allergenic pollen responsible for much hay fever and asthma

{n: ratbite fever bacterium, Spirillum minus} a bacterium causing ratbite fever

{n: ratbite fever} either of two infectious diseases transmitted to humans by the bite of a rat or mouse; characterized by fever and headache and nausea and skin eruptions

{n: regional enteritis, regional ileitis, Crohn's disease} a serious chronic and progressive inflammation of the ileum producing frequent bouts of diarrhea with abdominal pain and nausea and fever and weight loss

{n: relapsing fever, recurrent fever} marked by recurring high fever and transmitted by the bite of infected lice or ticks; characterized by episodes of high fever and chills and headache and muscle pain and nausea that recur every week or ten days for several months

{n: rheumatic aortitis} aortitis occurring in rheumatic fever

{n: rheumatic fever} a severe disease chiefly of children and characterized by painful inflammation of the joints and frequently damage to the heart valves

{n: rheumatic heart disease} heart disease caused by recurrent episodes of rheumatic fever; characterized by changes in the myocardium or scarring of the heart valves that reduce the power of the heart to pump blood

{n: rickettsialpox} mild infectious rickettsial disease caused by a bacterium of the genus Rickettsia transmitted to humans by the bite a mite that lives on rodents; characterized by chills and fever and headache and skin lesions that resemble chickenpox

{n: rinderpest, cattle plague} an acute infectious viral disease of cattle (usually fatal); characterized by fever and diarrhea and inflammation of mucous membranes

{n: salmonella} rod-shaped Gram-negative enterobacteria; cause typhoid fever and food poisoning; can be used as a bioweapon

{n: sand fly, sandfly, Phlebotomus papatasii} any of various small dipterous flies; bloodsucking females can transmit sandfly fever and leishmaniasis

{n: sandfly fever, pappataci fever, phlebotomus} a mild viral disease transmitted by the bite of the sand fly Phlebotomus papatasii

{n: scarlet fever, scarlatina} an acute communicable disease (usually in children) characterized by fever and a red rash

{n: severe acute respiratory syndrome, SARS} a respiratory disease of unknown etiology that apparently originated in mainland China in 2003; characterized by fever and coughing or difficulty breathing or hypoxia; can be fatal

{n: shigellosis, bacillary dysentery} an acute infection of the intestine by shigella bacteria; characterized by diarrhea and fever and abdominal pains

{n: shipping fever, shipping pneumonia} a deadly form of septicemia in cattle and sheep; involves high fever and pneumonia; contracted under conditions of exposure or exhaustion (as often happens when the animals are shipped to market)

{n: smallpox, variola, variola major} a highly contagious viral disease characterized by fever and weakness and skin eruption with pustules that form scabs that slough off leaving scars

{n: sodoku, spirillum fever} the form of ratbite fever occurring in the Far East

{n: spotted fever} any of several severe febrile diseases characterized by skin rashes or spots on the skin

{n: streptococcus, streptococci, strep} spherical Gram-positive bacteria occurring in pairs or chains; cause e.g. scarlet fever and tonsillitis

{n: sunstroke, insolation, thermic fever, siriasis} sudden prostration due to exposure to the sun or excessive heat

{n: swamp fever, leptospirosis} an infectious disease cause by leptospira and transmitted to humans from domestic animals; characterized by jaundice and fever

{n: sweating sickness, miliary fever} epidemic in the 15th and 16th centuries and characterized by profuse sweating and high mortality

{n: systemic lupus erythematosus, SLE, disseminated lupus erythematosus} an inflammatory disease of connective tissue with variable features including fever and weakness and fatigability and joint pains and skin lesions on the face or neck or arms

{n: toxic shock, toxic shock syndrome, TSS} syndrome resulting from a serious acute (sometimes fatal) infection associated with the presence of staphylococcus; characterized by fever and diarrhea and nausea and diffuse erythema and shock; occurs especially in menstruating women using highly absorbent tampons

{n: transfusion reaction} reaction of the body to a transfusion of blood that is not compatible with its own blood; an adverse reaction can range from fever and hives to renal failure and shock and death

{n: trench fever} marked by pain in muscles and joints and transmitted by lice

{n: tuberculosis, TB, T.B.} infection transmitted by inhalation or ingestion of tubercle bacilli and manifested in fever and small lesions (usually in the lungs but in various other parts of the body in acute stages)

{n: tularemia, tularaemia, rabbit fever, deer fly fever, yatobyo} a highly infectious disease of rodents (especially rabbits and squirrels) and sometimes transmitted to humans by ticks or flies or by handling infected animals

{n: typhoid bacillus, Salmonella typhosa, Salmonella typhi} a form of salmonella that causes typhoid fever

{n: typhoid, typhoid fever, enteric fever} serious infection marked by intestinal inflammation and ulceration; caused by Salmonella typhosa ingested with food or water

{n: typhus, typhus fever} rickettsial disease transmitted by body lice and characterized by skin rash and high fever

{n: ulcerative colitis} a serious chronic inflammatory disease of the large intestine and rectum characterized by recurrent episodes of abdominal pain and fever and chills and profuse diarrhea

{n: valvulitis} inflammation of a valve (especially of a cardiac valve as a consequence of rheumatic fever)

{n: vector, transmitter} any agent (person or animal or microorganism) that carries and transmits a disease
"mosquitos are vectors of malaria and yellow fever"
"fleas are vectors of the plague"
"aphids are transmitters of plant diseases"
"when medical scientists talk about vectors they are usually talking about insects"

{n: visceral leishmaniasis, kala-azar, Assam fever, dumdum fever} leishmaniasis of the viscera

{n: wood tick, American dog tick, Dermacentor variabilis} common tick that can transmit Rocky Mountain spotted fever and tularemia

{n: yellow jack, yellow fever, black vomit} caused by a flavivirus transmitted by a mosquito

{n: yellow-fever mosquito, Aedes aegypti} mosquito that transmits yellow fever and dengue

{v: attest, certify, manifest, demonstrate, evidence} provide evidence for ; stand as proof of ; show by one's behavior, attitude, or external attributes
"His high fever attested to his illness"
"The buildings in Rome manifest a high level of architectural sophistication"
"This decision demonstrates his sense of fairness"

{v: break} diminish or discontinue abruptly
"The patient's fever broke last night"

{v: defervesce} experience an abatement of a fever

{v: immunize, immunise, inoculate, vaccinate} perform vaccinations or produce immunity in by inoculation
"We vaccinate against scarlet fever"
"The nurse vaccinated the children in the school"

{v: induce, stimulate, rush, hasten} cause to occur rapidly
"the infection precipitated a high fever and allergic reactions"

{v: weaken} lessen the strength of
"The fever weakened his body"
<-> strengthen

Sally had a high fever.
萨莉发高烧,

Although Swiss inventor Wim Ouboter is credited with the Micro scooter's revamped design, scooter fever first hit Japan, where entire magazines are now devoted to scooter arcana.
虽然 Micro 踏板车改进车型的设计者是瑞士发明家威姆·奥伯特,它却最先风靡日本。在日本,有些杂志专门介绍踏板车。

The annual attack of influenza has bolstered the bottom lines of two of Europe's top drug companies When one of the worst outbreaks of influenza in a decade sent people around the world to bed with coughing, fever and chills, it was hard to imagine a better moment to offer the public a simple treatment more effective than aspirin.
每年一次的流行性感冒为欧洲两家顶级制药公司带来了丰厚的利润正当 10年来爆发的最严重的流行性感冒之一使得世界各地的人们因咳嗽、发烧和发冷而卧床不起时,不难想象,此时正是向公众推荐一比阿司匹林更为有效的简单药物的最好时。

Ever more European companies, including Club Med, Harrods, Aston Martin, Pernod-Ricard and Land Rover, have caught the licensing-fever.
欧洲公司,包括地中海俱乐部、哈罗德、阿斯顿·马丁( AstonMartin )、 Pernod-Richard 和路华( LandRover ),都患上了品牌特许热。

spsc-51201625
Yellow fever
黄热病疫苗

A01
Typhoid and paratyphoid fevers
伤寒和副伤寒

A01.0
Typhoid fever
Infection due to Salmonella typhi
伤寒
伤寒菌所致的感染

A01.1
Paratyphoid fever A
A 型副伤寒

A01.2
Paratyphoid fever B
B 型副伤寒

A01.3
Paratyphoid fever C
C 型副伤寒

A01.4
Paratyphoid fever, unspecified
Infection due to Salmonella paratyphi NOS
未明示的副伤寒
其他未明示的副伤寒菌所致的感染

A21
Tularaemia
Includes: deer-fly fever
infection due to Francisella tularensis
rabbit fever
土拉伦斯菌血症 ( Tularaemia )
包含 : 飞鹿热
法兰斯谢拉土拉伦斯菌 ( Francisella tularensis ) 所致的感染
兔子热

A23
Brucellosis
Includes: fever:
.Malta
.Mediterranean
.undulant
布鲁士菌病
包含 : 热 :
. 马他型热
. 地中海型热
. 波型热

A25
Rat-bite fevers
鼠咬热

A25.1
Streptobacillosis
Epidemic arthritic erythema
Haverhill fever
Streptobacillary rat-bite fever
链菌病
流行性关节炎性红斑
哈佛山热 ( Haverhill fever )
链菌鼠咬热

A25.9
Rat-bite fever, unspecified
未明示的鼠咬热

A28.1
Cat-scratch disease
Cat-scratch fever
猫咬病
猫咬热

A38
Scarlet fever
Scarlatina
Excludes: streptococcal sore throat (J02.0)
猩红热
不包含 : 链球菌咽炎 ( J02.0 )

A44.0
Systemic bartonellosis
Oroya fever
全身性巴东虫病
俄洛耶热 ( Oroya fever )

A48.2
Nonpneumonic Legionnaires' disease [Pontiac fever]
非肺炎性退伍军人病〔庞帝亚克热〕

A48.4
Brazilian purpuric fever
Systemic Haemophilus aegyptius infection
巴西型紫瘢热
全身性埃及嗜血菌感染

A68
Relapsing fevers
Includes: recurrent fever
Excludes: Lyme disease (A69.2)
复发热
包含 : 再发热
不包含 : 莱姆病 ( Lyme disease ) ( A69.2 )

A68.0
Louse-borne relapsing fever
Relapsing fever due to Borrelia recurrentis
媒介复发热
回归热螺旋体 ( Borrelia recurrentis ) 所致的复发热

A68.1
Tick-borne relapsing fever
Relapsing fever due to any Borrelia species other than Borrelia recurrentis
壁媒介的复发热
回归热除外的任何疏螺旋体 ( Borrelia species ) 所致的复发


A68.9
Relapsing fever, unspecified
未明示的复发热

A70
Chlamydia psittaci infection
Ornithosis
Parrot fever
Psittacosis
鹦鹉披衣菌感染
鹦鹉热
鹦鹉热
鹦鹉热

A75
Typhus fever
Excludes: rickettsiosis due to Ehrlichia sennetsu (A79.8)
斑疹伤寒
不包含 : 耶粒去先尼秀 ( Ehrlichia sennetsu ) 所致的立克次体
病 ( A79.8 )

A75.0
Epidemic louse-borne typhus fever due to Rickettsia prowazekii
Classical typhus (fever)
Epidemic (louse-borne) typhus
体伤寒立克次体 ( Rickettsia prowazekii ) 所致的流行性媒介斑
疹伤寒
典型斑疹伤寒 ( 热 )
流行性 ( 媒介 ) 斑疹伤寒

A75.2
Typhus fever due to Rickettsia typhi
Murine (flea-borne) typhus
斑疹伤寒立克次体所致的斑疹伤寒
鼠型 ( 蚤媒介 ) 斑疹伤寒

A75.3
Typhus fever due to Rickettsia tsutsugamushi
Scrub (mite-borne) typhus
Tsutsugamushi fever
恙虫立克次体所致的斑疹伤寒
丛林 ( 恙虫媒介 ) 斑疹伤寒
恙虫热 ( Tsutsugamushi fever )

A75.9
Typhus fever, unspecified
Typhus (fever)NOS
未明示的斑疹伤寒热
其他未明示的斑疹伤寒 ( 热 )

A77
Spotted fever [tick-borne rickettsioses]
斑疹热〔壁媒介的立克次体病〕

A77.0
Spotted fever due to Rickettsia rickettsii
Rocky Mountain spotted fever
Sao Paulo fever
落矶山热立克次体所致的斑疹热
落矶山斑疹热
圣保罗热 ( Sao Paulo fever )

A77.1
Spotted fever due to Rickettsia conorii
African tick typhus
Boutonneuse fever
India tick typhus
Kenya tick typhus
Marseilles fever
Mediterranean tick fever
蒲东热立克次体 ( Rickettsia conorii ) 所致的斑疹热
非洲壁斑疹伤寒
蒲东热 ( Boutonneuse fever )
印度壁斑疹伤寒
肯亚壁斑疹伤寒
马赛壁斑疹伤寒
地中海壁斑疹伤寒

A77.2
Spotted fever due to Rickettsia siberica
North Asian tick fever
Siberian tick typhus
西伯利亚立克次体所致的斑疹热
北亚壁热
西伯利亚壁斑疹伤寒

A77.3
Spotted fever due to Rickettsia australis
Queensland tick typhus
澳洲立克次体所致的斑疹热
昆士兰壁媒介斑疹伤寒

A77.8
Other spotted fevers
其他斑疹热

A77.9
Spotted fever, unspecified
Tick-borne typhus NOS
未明示的斑疹热
其他未明示的壁媒介斑疹伤寒

A78
Q fever
Infection due to Coxiella burnetii
Nine Mile fever
Quadrilateral fever
Q 热病
Coxiella burnetii 所致的感染
九哩热
四边形热

A79.0
Trench fever
Quintan fever
Wolhynian fever
战壕热
五日热
渥汉尼热 ( Wolhynian fever )

A79.1
Rickettsialpox due to Rickettsia akari
Kew Garden fever
Vesicular rickettsiosis
痘立克次体所致的立克次体痘
克加登热 ( Kew garden fever )
状立克次体病

A88.0
Enteroviral exanthematous fever [Boston exanthem]
肠病毒疹热〔波士顿疹热病〕

ARTHROPOD-BORNE VIRAL FEVERS AND VIRAL
HAEMORRHAGIC FEVERS (A90-A99)
节肢动物媒介的病毒热及病毒出血热 ( A90-A99 )

A90
Dengue fever [classical dengue]
Excludes: dengue haemorrhagic fever (A91)
登革热〔典型登革热〕


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