Fast Five Quiz: Do You Know the Zika Virus Guidelines?

Michael Stuart Bronze, MD


January 27, 2016

Unfortunately, no specific antiviral treatment has been established. Treatment is often supportive, including rest, fluids, and use of analgesics and antipyretics, with fever treated with acetaminophen. Until dengue can be ruled out, aspirin and NSAIDs should be avoided. They are not typically used during pregnancy.

For the complete CDC guidelines, read here.

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