Doctor Tudor Ciuhodaru warns himself of the increase in the number of acute respiratory infections, which is 10% higher than in the same period last year! And flu cases grow in Romania!
"Flu impairment. There have been 4 clinical flu cases in the last week and 3 cases of AH1 flu have been confirmed. The acne breathing infections increased by 2.8% of the previous week and are approaching at 100,000 fast (almost 10% more than the same week 2017), "highlights Tudor Ciuhodaru to Facebook page.
The doctor insists on the rules for preventing illness!
How do we protect ourselves – 4 simple rules
1 Avoid contact with sick people: Avoid crowds (public transport, public places) where there is more danger of contacting an infected person, staying away from people who cough or induce, do not go to collect, especially school people, ill.
Do not take your child to pick up if you are suffering from fever, cat, cough, abnormal nosewal secretions.
The patient will be isolated from the rest of the family in a separate, slow room with an average temperature of 22-24 degrees.
2. Orders of the general and personal hygiene rules: use handouts and hand washing, put your hands on your mouth when you cough or tissue, avoid contamination by touching the eyes or the mouth with hands, ventilation daily of your homes or offices while maintaining a temperature of 18-22 degrees as well as the hygiene of spaces and surfaces. Wash your hands with soap and water as often as possible, washing should take at least 20 seconds, insisting on the bending and intermittent spaces, then dry your hands with paper towels or hot air, or if you are not close to the water you can use it, with reduced effectiveness, an alcohol-based disinfectant.
3. Avoid thermal stress: appropriate clothing, warm fluids, avoiding traveling in the morning and evening when it is very cold, resting in heating areas such as pubs and shops.
4. Observing appropriate diet: based on fresh fruit and vegetables, high vitamins, smoking cessation, avoiding alcohol use, observing the rest program.
1. Air is transferred from one person to another easily (speech, cough, tissue) or by direct or indirect contact with respiratory bans on their hands or on contaminated surfaces
2. The most vulnerable are those over 65, under 5s, pregnant, immunizations, patients with respiratory or chronic cardiovascular disease.
3. Avoid self-medication. Any treatment, including vaccination, should only be made on the recommendation of general practitioners or specialists.
4. Differential antibiotic therapy is not only inadequate but also dangerous! It can lead to a selection of resistant germs, exacerbate underlying conditions or multiple undesirable side effects.
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