Physicians at Eberly Farm have been seeing a lot of children with sore throats, many of which have come back positive for strep. They are also seeing adult patients with upper respiratory infections and the stomach flu with symptoms of nausea & vomiting.
Wichita Clinic physicians in Newton are seeing patients with strep throat, bronchitis and Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV).
Strep symptoms include sore throat, fatigue, high fever and poor appetite. If symptoms last more than three days, see your doctor. Preventive measures include good hand washing and not sharing food and drink.
Bronchitis symptoms include cough, fever, and generalized fatigue. If symptoms last more than 7-10 days, see your doctor. Preventive measures include avoiding large crowds, good hand washing and plenty of rest and fluids.
RSV is a cold virus generally found in babies. Symptoms include rapid breathing, poor color, poor eating, coughing or wheezing, and nasal drainage.
Wichita Clinic Immediate Care Physicians at Murdock are seeing patients with sinus infections, strep throat and the stomach flu.
Family Medicine physicians in Augusta are seeing patients with the stomach flu with symptoms of diarrhea and vomiting. They are also seeing patients with bronchitis and strep throat.