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  1. ... to the liver, including acetaminophen (Tylenol) during the acute illness and for several months after recovery. Fatty foods ... cause vomiting and are best avoided during the acute phase of the illness.
  2. ... gland that is producing too much cortisol Stress Acute illness A lower than normal level may indicate: Addison ...
  3. ... attitudes that are not aligned with learning; pain; acute illness; language or cultural differences; physical limitations; and learning ...
  4. ... respiratory acidosis get acute respiratory acidosis because an acute illness makes their condition worse and disrupts their body's ...
  5. The acute illness most often goes away after 2 to 3 weeks. The liver most often returns to normal within ...
  6. ... of the body. If the person survives the acute illness, recovery is generally complete. Uncorrected episodes of hypoxia ( ...
  7. ... newborns. Decreased TBG levels may be due to: Acute illness Acromegaly (disorder caused by too much growth hormone) ...
  8. ... and other disorders involving an underactive thyroid) Severe acute illness Malnutrition or fasting Use of certain medicines
  9. ... brain function that occur with physical or mental illness.
  10. ... or it can lead to a serious, lifelong illness. Acute hepatitis B infection is a short-term illness that can lead to fever, fatigue, loss of ...
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