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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Scarlet Fever stage 2 stage 1 Stages of Scarlet Fever Sore throat, fever, headache, sometimes vomiting red rash 2-3 days after symptoms appear, red rash is bright red spots, texture like sand paper. rash first appears on neck, then spreads to back and chest. usually lasts 4-5 days then fades away Scarlet Fever was named by Thomas Sydenham (16241689) an english physicist, who figured out that Scarlet fever was different than the Measles. And that's the end of that guy. That's all he did. Now we will jump to this guy, Alphonse Dochez, who, in the 1900's, studied cases of Scarlet fever as a doctor during WW1. He determined that Streptococcus, a bacteria, caused many symptoms of Scarlet fever. At the same time that Dochez was developing his antitoxin for Scarlet Fever, a group of american researchers, George and Gladys Dick, were developing their antitoxin, this lead to Dochez giving up his work in favor of Dick's, thus, from the mid 1920's, the "Dick Test" was administrated to thousands of children. Anna Wessels Williams (18631954) began publishing papers detailing the use of the "Dick Test" to diagnose children with Scarlet Fever in 1924. A Scarlet fever rash can range from: Mild. to, OH MY GOD KILL IT WITH FIRE. ・ω・ Is there a vaccine?yes. Can you die from it?yup. So, basically, its just a rash? that's it?yeah. FAQ: Is it contagious? and if so, how is it spread?it is contagious and it's spread to others through bodily fluids by sneezing or coughing.
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