Urgent rash in young children is also called infant roseola and heat rash. In traditional Chinese medicine, it is called milk rash and false rash. It is an exanthematous fever in infants and young children caused by human herpes virus type 6. It is usually spread through saliva brought out of the human respiratory tract. It is a common disease in early childhood. Urgent rash in young children. Urgent rash in young children usually lasts for 3-5 days with high fever. Some may have respiratory or digestive tract symptoms before the rash, such as pharyngitis, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, etc. At the same time, the lymph nodes around the neck are generally enlarged. Generally, after 3 to 5 days of fever, the fever suddenly drops, and the body temperature will drop to normal within 24 hours. Other symptoms will improve as the body temperature drops. A rash may appear after the high fever subsides or at the same time. The rash first appears on the neck and trunk, and soon spreads to the whole body. It is more common on the waist and buttocks, and less on the face and below the knees. It is mainly characterized by a centripetal rash with more in the center and less in the periphery. The rash will disappear within 2-3 days, and there will be no pigmentation or peeling. During this process, the lymph nodes behind the ears and behind the occiput will become swollen, which will subside within a few weeks after the fever subsides. Routine blood tests can be supplemented if necessary. On the first to second days of the onset of the disease, the white blood cell count may increase, but it will decrease significantly after the rash occurs, while the lymphocyte count will increase, up to more than 90%. It is difficult to diagnose acute rash in young children before the rash appears. It is easy to be misdiagnosed as upper respiratory tract infection or indigestion. Generally, there are few complications. When you have a high fever, you can take antipyretics to prevent convulsions, vomiting, and throat congestion. Symptomatic medications can be given For treatment, pay attention to drinking more water and resting. When the heat rash subsides, the disease will be cured, and parents no longer need to take their infants and young children to the hospital to see the rash as no special treatment is required. Try to avoid bathing during the acute rash in young children and after the fever subsides. Wipe with warm water. Wipe off sweat in time to keep the baby\’s body fresh and clothes dry. When a child is diagnosed with an acute rash, he or she should follow the doctor\’s advice and use physical cooling as the main treatment method and drug cooling as a supplement. Antibiotics should be used with caution to avoid adverse effects on the development of the baby\’s own immune system. If your baby has a high fever, above 38.5℃ or even higher, you still need to use antipyretic drugs. Acute rash in young children can occur in all seasons and has no impact on the health of the baby. Once it occurs, it is basically immune for life. It is extremely rare to be infected more than twice in a lifetime. Characteristics of acute rash in young children: 1. There is often a sudden high fever, with the body temperature rising rapidly to 39°C to 40°C, and the fever will continue for three or four days. 2. The fever subsides after taking antipyretics, but the fever returns as soon as the effect of the medicine wears off. Convulsions may occur when a sudden high fever occurs, so you should be careful. 3. Compared with children with colds and high fevers, the children\’s mental and appetite conditions are better. 4. When you have a high fever, most people will have diarrhea and sugary stools, but rarely have runny nose, cough or mild symptoms. 5. Routine blood tests showed a decrease in white blood cells and a significant increase in lymphocytes. 6. Lumps the size of soybeans and peanuts can be felt behind the ears and behind the pillow. 7. When the fever subsides, light red macules or maculopapular rashes of varying sizes appear, which fade when pressed. They first start on the trunk and soon spread to the whole body, mostly on the waist and buttocks. The rash subsides in 1-2 days, with no pigmentation or Desquamation. How to care for your baby? 1. Drink more warm water and add appropriate amounts of fruit juice, which not only increases the intake of vitamins, but also facilitates sweating andUrination can promote the elimination of toxins. 2. Pay attention to check the body temperature, and measure it once every half hour to ensure that the body temperature is not too high, for example, the baby\’s body temperature is higher than 39°. Put an antipyretic patch or a cool towel on the baby. If the fever persists, it is best to cut the antipyretic patch into small pieces and stick it on the aorta: neck, armpit, thigh, etc. 3. If the temperature once exceeds 39°, or lasts for more than 1 hour, you can give your baby some antipyretics. Tylenol is less potent than Motrin, and Motrin reacts more quickly than Tylenol. Merrill Lynch is aimed at children with high fever (over 39°C). It is a powerful antipyretic that lasts for 8 hours. It is highly safe, has a very low incidence of adverse reactions, and is convenient and acceptable to take. 4. During the period of illness, the baby should eat easily digestible food. For babies who can already eat solid food, eat a liquid or semi-liquid diet at this time, which should be as nutritious as possible. 5. The place where the baby rests should be quiet, and the air should be circulated and kept fresh. Clothes and quilts should not be too thick, which is not conducive to heat dissipation. 6. Pay attention to keeping your baby\’s skin clean and hygienic during illness, and frequently wipe off sweat stains on your baby\’s body to prevent colds and prevent infections in babies with rashes. 7. Urgent rash in young children is one of the few diseases in which children with rash can go out to play and catch wind. However, Chinese medicine believes that the baby is weak at this time. If the baby sweats a lot, it is not recommended to go out and catch wind. 8. Generally, some small rashes will be found on the baby\’s body after one day of fever. They are very small and need to be carefully inspected. They are obviously different from mosquito bites and look a bit like small blisters. After 3 days of fever, patches of erythema will appear. By this time, the fever has basically subsided. If it has not subsided, it means that the rash has not finished growing. If your baby develops a rash during high fever, you must seek medical attention promptly to rule out other diseases such as measles.