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Regards from our team. Febrile fever is associated with infection, viral or bacterial. A flare up of asthma can be anticipated with any infection of respiratory tract.
However, there is no direct correlation between the two.
Feel free to discuss further,
Dr. Jacob George P
MD, IDCCM, FCCP
Patient replied :
Thanks for your consultation on our question. This iam asking since our Insurance company has rejected our claim on the basis that the two problems i have has resulted in my getting the Febrile Fever. You have mentioned in your reply that " a flare up of asthma can be anticipated with any any infection of respiratory tract. " You have however mentioned that thereis no direct correlation between the two. I am not clear whether my Insurance company will accept the fact that it does not have direct correlation since you have also mentioned that a flare up can be anticipated. Can you kindly explain further and authentically rule out any ditect or indirect connection between the two.
'The two problems i have has resulted in my getting the Febrile Fever'. That claim is wrong.. Coronary artery disease, bronchial asthma will not cause febrile fever. The converse of febrile fever causing asthma is true.
The insurance company does not have a right to withhold your treatment on that basis.