mytontolou.com - Great results starting from small steps. So also in addressing the spread of infectious diseases is dangerous and can cause death.
The practice of washing hands is one of the easiest steps we can take to prevent infection through the spread of bacteria, viruses and parasites.
This is because our hands can be hide various types of microorganisms, which are the cause of the disease. The infection spread from individuals to individuals through the hands not washed clean after touching a surface or hold equipment contaminated with virus from coughing or sneezing patients.
Through the hands, this efficient transfer of bacteria and viruses due to facial especially after touching eyes, nose or mouth, microorganisms involved continues to reach the entrance of our body.
Among the diseases that spread through as touch such as Cart Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), Middle East-Coronavirus Respiratory Syndrome (CoV-MERS), Hand, Foot and Mouth diseases (HFMD) and Virus Influenza A fever (H1N1).
Meanwhile, frequent attacks of HFMD children is endemic to Malaysia and take place throughout the year and have flow cycle with a peak every three years. The disease is caused by several different types of viruses and most of it is mild to moderate, but infection with enterovirus 71 (EV71) can be severe and ultimately cause death.
The virus is spread in touch with saliva, blister and unclean they are diseased, whereas incubation period is between three to five days. Habitual infections are mild with symptoms of fever, followed by rash on the hands, legs, mouth and tongue. Almost the whole of the patients with HFMD recovered without medical treatment within seven to 10 days.
The patient's children can also suffer from symptoms of respiratory tract infection, vomiting, diarrhea and poor appetite. EV71 infection can cause severe complications such as encephalitis, myocarditis and edema sufferer provide, but it is rare.
This disease quickly spread at the rate of almost 100 per cent among children aged less than 10 years left on premises, particularly places such as children in nurseries or kindergartens. Parents or guardians are advised if the child has signs of infection so that practicing preventive measures outlined.
1. Don't take children that infected to public places such as schools, nurseries, kindergartens or care center because it can spread the infection.
2. Bring children have indication of infection consult a doctor for treatment.
3. Practice cleanliness with hand washing with SOAP and clean water after the toilet, after changing diapers, after touching or treat blisters and during wash feces of infected children.
4. Clean the way to wipe out germs using chlorine-based solution all playground home toilets and floors especially.
5. Ensure the removal of disposable diapers are made correctly.
6. Using a separate eating and drinking and not sharing items with other children who are not infected.