"Children's" infections in adults
Moreover, as a rule, this happens once, and stable immunity lasts for life. Children's infections include measles, rubella, chickenpox (chickenpox), scarlet fever, whooping cough and mumps (mumps). The main manifestation…

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Whooping cough
Whooping cough is an acute infectious disease, accompanied by inflammation in the upper respiratory tract and paroxysmal spasmodic cough. Unvaccinated children under 5 years of age are most often infected,…

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How to distinguish a sore throat from a cold
Angina, probably, at least once in his life, everyone was ill. What is this disease? What are its causes, and most importantly, what to do with angina? An acute infection…

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mild symptoms

Measles

The likelihood of contracting a non-painful measles person in contact with a patient approaches 100%. Most often, children of preschool and school age are sick.

The source of infection is a sick person. The patient is contagious 4-6 days before the rash and in the first 4 days of the rash. The infection is transmitted by airborne droplets – by coughing, sneezing, talking and even breathing. A vertical transmission of measles is also possible – from a pregnant woman to the fetus.

What’s happening?
The incubation period lasts an average of about 1-2 weeks.

Then the virus enters the blood from the mucous membrane of the mouth and pharynx and spreads to almost all organs and tissues. Continue reading

Differences between viral infection and bacterial

Acute respiratory infections always appear out of place. Yesterday, the body was full of strength, and today weakness, fever, runny nose just knocked down. To find the right treatment, you need to figure out who became the culprit of the disease – viruses or bacteria. Of course, doing it yourself is not easy. Nevertheless, there are some tips on how to distinguish a viral infection from a bacterial one.

Why you need to distinguish between viruses and bacteria
In the autumn-winter period, the number of colds increases. Respiratory infections are most often caused by viruses or bacteria. Pathologies provoked by such pathogens have similar symptoms. Therefore, it is very difficult to distinguish between them. Meanwhile, it is necessary to determine the type of infection.

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9 important symptoms of iodine deficiency
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Diphtheria treatment
All patients with diphtheria, regardless of the severity of the condition, must be hospitalized in an infectious diseases hospital. The treatment is as follows: Diet - fortified, high-calorie, carefully cooked…

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Scarlet fever
The causative agent of scarlet fever is group A streptococcus, which can also cause kidney damage (glomerulunofrit), tonsillitis, chronic tonsillitis, rheumatism and other diseases. Scarlet fever occurs if at the…

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Rubella during pregnancy
The rubella disease of pregnant women is fraught with serious consequences for the unborn child. Cause Rubella is caused by a virus that is transmitted by airborne droplets. The source…

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