Treatment of infectious diseases abroad
Infectious diseases are a large group of human diseases caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites. Many organisms live inside and outside on our bodies. They are usually harmless or even beneficial, but under certain conditions, some organisms cause diseases
There are a number of infectious diseases that are transmitted from person to person, from insect bites or animals. Others are acquired through the use of contaminated food or water, organisms in the environment.
Each infectious disease has its own specific signs and symptoms, but often includes fever, fatigue, diarrhea, muscle pain, cough.
Light infections can be stopped at home, while some life-threatening infections may require serious treatment and hospitalization.
Infectionist provide comprehensive assistance in the diagnosis and treatment of the widest range of infectious diseases.
Doctors of specialized infectious departments of clinics conduct inpatient examination and treatment of patients with the following infections:
- –Acute infectious diseases
- –Bacterial zoonoses (tularemia, leptospirosis)
- –Fever of unknown origin
- –Intestinal infections (salmonella, intestinal poisoning, diarrhea, dysentery, gastroenterocolitis of infectious origin)
- –Malaria and other protozoal diseases
- –Viral infections (encephalitis, measles, rubella, chicken pox)
In the practice of treating infectious diseases, specific antibacterial therapy, plasmapheresis, hyperbaric oxygenation, laser therapy, acupuncture and other methods are actively and successfully used.
- –Blood infections
- –C. difficile infection
- –Cardiovascular Infections
- –Complicated Imp
- –Fungal infection
- –Gastrointestinal infections
- –Graft-associated infections
- –Head and neck infections
- –HIV AIDS
- –Infections in cancer patients
- –Infections in immunocompromised people
- –Intra-abdominal infections
- –Intravascular infections
- –Joint prosthesis infections
- –Non-tuberculous mycobacterial infections
- –Parasitic diseases
- –Postoperative infections
- –Rift Valley fever
- –Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)
- –Travel related infectious diseases
- –Vertebral osteomyelitis
- –Viral infections