What is the highest fever in history?
The normal Highest a fever may go for maximum 5 days or a week.
Write out your will! <------dont worry about that. the highest fever someone has lived with is about 115.
scarlet fever was discovered in the 1700's
If by highest you mean loudest, it was Hitler that has the highest recorded voice in history.
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Well, the highest fever recorded was 115 degrees Fahrenheit in 1980 in Atlanta, Georgia. A high fever is considered 104 and up, but 107- 108 degrees is considered close to death. A normal human temperature is 98.6, and a slight fever is in the 99's. 101 fever is no school, 102 is rest, 103 is doctor, 104 is hospital and any higher could e death! If you have a fever you'd need plenty of fluids… Read More
Pele is the highest goal scorer in soccer history.
41.5-42oC or 107oF
Morten Andersen with 2,544 points, which not only makes him the highest scoring kicker in NFL history, but also the highest scoring player in NFL history.
The highest temperature someone has survived was in 1980, when a man had a fever of 115.7*F and lived.
I believe the highest paid musician in history is Paul McCartney
Big History - 2013 Gold Fever - 1.3 was released on: USA: 9 November 2013
No Wilt Chamberlin's 100 points was the highest in NBA history
All age groups are affected by Lassa Fever. The fatality rate is highest in pregnant women in the third trimester.
Big History - 2013 Gold Fever 1-3 was released on: USA: 9 November 2013
The highest score in NBA history was on December 13, 1983. The Pistons beat the Nuggets 186-184
Walter Ray Williams Jr has the highest bowling average in history. With 21 events he has an average of 228.34.
Morne Morkel hit the highest six
If I recall the most deaths from it were in Mexico, so I'm going to assume its there that one would have the highest chance of catching scarlet fever.
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J. M. Eager has written: 'The early history of quarantine' -- subject(s): History, Quarantine, Yellow fever 'Indoor tropics; the injurious effect of overheated dwellings, schools, etc' 'The early history of quarantine' -- subject(s): Prevention & control, Yellow Fever, Quarantine, History
depending on the virus. my mother had a fever of 106 degrees that's the highest in know maybe 108 before death:( It id definite death over 110˚
Ty Cobb has the highest batting average hitting .366.
Naturally, reports vary depending on the source and available resources. The most widely accepted on (as shown on tv) was in 1980, where a Georgia man had a fever of 115*F. Usually, a fever of 107 - 109*F is considered dangerous, however.
A fever of 105 or higher can kill you. A fever less than that, preferably around 102 or 101 will actually do good for you. Thus, a low fever is good but a high fever is not. Throughout history uncounted numbers of people have died from a fever, including some famous names which you might recognize. A fever of 105 or 106, even if it does not kill you, can leave you with permanent brain… Read More
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The highest magnitude earthquake was a 9.5 in Chile on May 22, 1960.
William Coleman has written: 'Georges Cuvier, zoologist' -- subject(s): Evolution, Zoology 'Yellow fever in the North' -- subject(s): Epidemiologic Methods, Epidemiology, History, History of Medicine, 19th Cent, Yellow fever
Brian Lara who scored 400 not out vs England in Antigua in 2001. That is the highest score by any batsman in the history of test cricket. Yes i agree. sacin Tendilker is the highest rungetter in test history
$767.65 was the highest in Google's History. Google Reached this high in October 2012
Wilt Chamberlain has the highest season average of 50.4 ppg
Marilyn VosSavant has an IQ of 228, which is the highest recorded IQ in history.
a harcky tells you who has the highest position in the satate like highest position, middle & lowest position
1)Yellow Fever 2)Spanish Influenza Not sure about the Spanish Influenza
2pac 92 million
Thriller by Michael Jackson
The Wilkinson brothers
$6.19 in 2008
The player with the highest 3 point field goal percentage in NCAA history is Devante Wallace. He played for Duquesne, and had a percentage of 56.
Generally, fevers are kept under 104° F (40° C) because a temperature higher than so can damage the body's cells, but any temperature higher than 107° F (41.6666667 ° C) is incompatible with the body and can be deadly. The highest fever ever recorded of my own body was 104.4° F (40.2222222° C) but the highest fever ever recorded on anybody is over 9000° F (4982.2222222° C) At a temperature of 112.7° F (44.8333333° C)… Read More