Drug-induced fever is a symptom of an adverse drug reaction wherein the
administration of drugs intended to help a patient causes a hypermetabolic state
How to Induce a Fever. Fevers are part of the human body's natural defences. An
increased body temperature can help destroy invading viruses and bacteria, ...
Mar 15, 2012 ... What is it? Well, it is inducing extra body heat artificially (with a hot bath). The
Artificial Fever helps the body burn up microbes, particularly of ...
Also, while exercise can raise your internal temperature, it should not .... Basically
, I'm wondering if doctors could induce a harmless fever to ...
There are many ways to induce fever. Some doctors use certain vaccines (like
BCG) or drugs to create artificial fever. Personally, I prefer a more natural ...
The usual method of inducing fever is the so-called Schlenzbath.43 The patient is
totally immersed in a large bathtub filled with water between 100-102 degrees ...
Mar 27, 2015 ... So now for my question: Could it be beneficial to artificially induce fever in a
person who has an illness if they are not already experiencing ...
In fact, when an illness doesn't produce a fever, it can be beneficial to induce one
artificially, a process known as fever bath or fever therapy. Unfortunately, far ...
Feb 12, 2013 ... Here is how to Fake a Fever using the symptoms. We explain how to do it fast
and easy but also the more advanced option, don't miss out!
Apr 30, 2013 ... Fevers are thoroughly unpleasant and usually accompanied by other
troublesome physical symptoms. Even so, they are often a good sign that ...