The best time for acute viral Syndrome is before the onset of fever.
That’s because the virus spreads more quickly during the first three weeks of the illness, so the virus is more likely to be present when people are dehydrated.
This is when people have the most trouble with symptoms.
People with acute viral Syndromic Episodes are at greater risk of complications from complications such as dehydration, sepsis and infection.
If you or someone you know is having an acute virus syndrome, contact your health care provider immediately.
If you or a loved one has a severe acute viral illness, contact a health care professional immediately.
This can help determine whether your family member has a serious infection.
You can find your nearest hospital at the link below.
If your health-care provider doesn’t believe you have a serious illness, you should call 911 and report the situation.
If the hospital doesn’t do anything, call the U.S. National Health and Medical Information Network at 1-800-732-7732.