When Your Smartphone is a Disease
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Read More The first signs of infection include sudden, unexplained nausea, dizziness, weakness, or tingling in the extremities, which may last for up to two hours, and an inability to concentrate.
In severe cases, the symptoms may include weakness, tingles, or an involuntary jerking of limbs, and can last up to a few minutes.
Symptoms of infection can include fever, headache, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, muscle aches, and loss of appetite.
In severe cases of illness, the body can shut down, and breathing becomes difficult.
Other symptoms include loss of weight, headaches, a lack of coordination, fatigue, muscle pain, and difficulty speaking.
Infection can occur through the air or through contact with fluids such as blood, saliva, urine, and vomit.
The majority of cases are thought to be caused by the virus, but it can also spread to other parts of the body.
Symptom onset is often within minutes and often appears as a change in color, warmth, or a sudden onset of a fever.
It is possible to catch the virus while in the hospital, but infection is highly contagious and not always immediately apparent.
Symphases can vary between cases and can be severe.
In one case, a 13-year-old boy became ill with pneumonia, a condition that usually leads to pneumonia.
He was taken to the hospital by ambulance.
Within two hours of arriving, he was diagnosed with a fever of up to 109.4 degrees Fahrenheit (42.5 degrees Celsius).
A second case, from a man in his 50s, was admitted to the intensive care unit with pneumonia and a fever that reached over 103 degrees.
Within three hours, he died.
The man, who was not identified, had been infected in the UK for about 10 days.
He was treated at a hospital in Scotland for pneumonia, but was not admitted to hospital until four days later.
He died within three days.