Archive for the ‘Flu/fever’ Category
Hay is also known as nasopharyngitis or rhinitis
A cold is an infection affecting viral ENT (nose, throat, ears) and bronchi .
Many viruses can give a cold.
This is a very common disease and benign heals within a few days without sequelae, unlike the flu that can leave the person with tired for several days. Read the rest of this entry »
The flu is caused by a virus whose characteristic is that its genome (its ID) changes all the time, it is impossible to create vaccines that protect 100% and can eradicate the disease in the world. Each year, researchers must create a new vaccine from the strains of virus examined. Protect the vaccines to patients as well as changes in the virus genome is not too high from one year to another.
Influenza is a contagious disease
Influenza is a contagious disease that affects the respiratory system. It is transmitted by respiratory droplets suspended in the air, from one individual to another, in contact with the hands …
In two days, the virus enters the nasal mucosa and multiply in the respiratory tract, they then pass into the blood . Read the rest of this entry »
We often wonder, because we are sick or because our children acquire a disease such as smallpox, yellow fever, a flu or diarrhea, unfortunately there are viruses that spread in the environment or are transmitted to only talk to one person and inadvertently we become infected with the virus. This paper explains the appearance of the virus and its mode of spread, this could help prevent getting infected, according to the type of virus there, parents can take steps to protect their children from contracting a disease may even be deadly as hepatitis. Read the rest of this entry »
As “influenza” or “real flu” refers to a disease caused by the influenza virus. There are different types of this type of virus (influenza A, B, C). The most common and most dangerous is the influenza virus type A. It is common on and around the world is constantly changing, which makes it difficult, infection prevention.
Transferring the “real flu” usually by droplet infection. The disease is easily around 80 percent of those infected; most of those affected do not realize that they had an influenza infection. Read the rest of this entry »
Typhoid fever is an infectious disease that is caused by a bacterium that is common in many countries worldwide. Typhoid fever is caused by Salmonella typhi. It is an entirely different disease should not be confused with disease caused by Salmonella typhimurium or Salmonella paratyphi.
Who gets typhoid fever?
Anyone can get typhoid fever but it occurs most often in people arriving from tropical areas or in travelers who visit countries where the disease is common.
How is typhoid fever spread?
Most patients get typhoid fever by eating or drinking food or water that has been contaminated by people who have the disease, including those without symptoms. Raw fruits and vegetables, milk and shellfish are the types of foods most often associated with the disease.
What are the symptoms of typhoid fever?
People with this disease may experience severe symptoms or mild. Symptoms of typhoid include fever, headache, general discomfort, loss of appetite and a dry cough. The heart beats are slow and enlarged spleen. Some people develop pink spots on the trunk. Constipation or diarrhea may occur. Some people have no symptoms. Read the rest of this entry »