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Diarrhea spreads in Germany


EHEC bacterium, a type of coli bacterium, has been selected, primarily from infectious hepatic diarrhea, beginning in northern Germany.

In the eighties, the known comorbidities were now spreading at a faster rate than ever before, ranging from 14 in the German province to 14. Nearly 150 people are in fatal or extremely serious condition due to HUS (Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome), and the overwhelming majority of the infected have grown up, which is more common than the patient.
What's more, there are only guesses as to what the real cause of the beast is. In last night's newsletter, the Robert Koch State Law Office suspected that the source of the infection could be primarily North German vegetation - tomatoes, lettuce and cucumbers.
According to the latest news, dated May 26, Spanish import cucumbers may be one of the foodborne foodstuffs responsible for the disease, as three of them have been found to be contaminated, including one organic product.
In any case, the public was advised to avoid consuming these types of vegetables in their raw form. However, the director of the institution acknowledged that they had no evidence. We based our conclusions on the results of a specific study with infections and on what was more commonly consumed by those affected during the past period. It is also believed that improper trading may be the reason why the food that you are eating may have become a source of infection.
On Thursday, a federation of German vegetable and fruit merchants rejected a request from the Robert Koch Institute. The federation has ruled out the fact that the marketed herbs may be a source of infection. He alleged that the suspected catastrophic consequences of what he believed to be unfounded could be dealers.
The German peasantry did not rule out the fact that this was not caused by German products, but by foreign products. According to observers, this is a good indication of the complete lack of knowledge and uncertainty surrounding the disease.
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1. What are we in danger of?
The National Vaccination Center //www.oek.hu/oek.web reveals that such cases occur in Hungary every year, but never before. Experts at the Hungarian Veterinary Center are able to detect the disease, if the patient suspects an infection as a result of the symptoms, the home physician should submit the specimen here. Particular caution is required for anyone who has been to Germany for the past two weeks and has experienced bloody diarrhea symptoms for a few days.
2. How to catch the infection?
Coli bacteria, including those that cause this disease, are spread in the fetal / animal larvae, and cattle, sheep, and goats are persistently infected, ie they contain infectious bacteria. It can also occur in water, contaminated with hollies, and in ivory. Sick person-to-person water can be transmitted through fertile soil, with the indirect transmission of objects.
3. What symptoms should I look for?
Symptoms occur three to four days after infection: fever, water viscous, followed by bloody diarrhea, headache. If you develop a serious, life-threatening event (this is called acute renal failure), it can be counted within one week of the first symptoms.
4. How can I be cured?
As with any diarrheal disease, the most important thing to do is to refill fluids, sugar and nutrients. You can prepare a liquid that contains all the necessary ingredients from a rehydrated powder in a pharmacy. If the symptoms are severe, infusion will be infused during hospital care. The current German colitis strain is resistant to many antibiotics, but similar diseases are not usually treated with antibiotics because they prolong the period of bacterial lysis and toxin production. This latter one is a particularly big problem because serious diseases are mainly caused by bacterial toxins. It is important that you do not need to stop breastfeeding, whether you are ill or your baby.
5. How can we prevent it?
Strict adherence to standard hygiene rules is paramount. This means that you avoid consuming raw meat and raw milk, and raw greens are only agreed after very careful cleaning, washing, and possibly cooking. It should be handled with care for the cleanliness of the refrigerator and kitchen worktops and cabinets. You wash your clothes every day, every other day.
Must be thoroughly cleaned after washing, using nappies, buttocks, and cleaning. Wash littered bedding and pajamas at least seventy degrees.