"There are 4 cases of influenza in the past week and 3 cases of influenza AH" have been confirmed. "The number of acute respiratory infections increased by 2.8% compared to the previous week and rapidly approached 100,000 (with nearly 10 more than in the same week of 2017)," warned Tudor Ciuhodaru, who gives further advice.
How we protect ourselves 4 simple rules:
1. Avoid contact with patients: Avoidance of droughts (public transport, public spaces) where there is an increased risk of contacting an infected person, not sitting next to people coughing or sneezing, not visiting or going to colleges, especially at school, patients.
Do not take your child to the collective if you have fever, chills, cough, abnormal discharge.
The patient will be separated from the rest of the family in a separate, ventilated room with an average temperature of 22-24 degrees.
2. Pay attention to general rules and general glosses: Use of handkerchiefs and handwashing, mouth to mouth when coughing or sneezing, avoiding infection by touching the eyes or mouth, daily ventilation of apartments or offices, maintaining a temperature of 18-22 degrees, and disinfecting the spaces, of the surfaces. Wash your hands with soap and water as often as possible, wash should last for at least 20 seconds, insisting on interdigital folds and spaces, then dry hands with paper towels or hot air, or if you are not near water, with lesser efficiency, alcohol-based antiseptics.
3. Avoid Heat Stress: Suitable clothing, warm fluid intake, avoiding movements morning and night when it is very cold, alternating rest in heated rooms such as pubs and shops.
4. Pay attention to the appropriate diet: Based on fresh fruits and vegetables, rich in vitamins, quitting smoking, avoiding alcohol consumption, observing the rest program.
1. Transferring from one person to another is easily carried out by air (speech, coughing, sneezing) or by direct or indirect contact with respiratory discharge on the hands or on contaminated surfaces
2. The most exposed are the elderly over the age of 65, children under the age of 5, pregnant, immunodeficient, patients with chronic respiratory or cardiovascular disease.
3. Avoid self-training. Any treatment, including vaccination, should only be done on the recommendation of doctors or family experts.
4. Certified antibiotics is not only inadequate, but also dangerous! This can lead to the selection of resistant bacteria, worsening of basic conditions, or a number of unwanted side effects.