Prognosis of Meningococcal A
Prognosis of Meningococcal A: The death rate ranges from 5% to 15%, with young children and adults over 50 having the highest risk of death. ...see also Overview of Meningococcal A
Onset of Meningococcal A: The onset of the disease may be rapid and may start with an upper respiratory infection or sore throat. The infection occurs more often in winter or spring and may cause local epidemics at boarding schools, college dormitories, or military bases.
Complications of Meningococcal A may include:
See also complications of Meningococcal A.
Meningococcal A: Research More
The 'prognosis' of Meningococcal A usually refers to the likely outcome
of Meningococcal A.
The prognosis of Meningococcal A
may include the duration of Meningococcal A, chances of complications of Meningococcal A,
prospects for recovery, recovery period for Meningococcal A, survival rates,
and other outcome possibilities in the overall prognosis of Meningococcal A.
Naturally, such forecast issues are by their nature unpredictable.
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