Hygiene EducationHealth Education
Cellulitis is bacterial infection of dermis and subcutaneous tissues, the deeper layer skin, caused by Streptococci and Staphylococcus aureus bacteria, which enter through cuts of the lower limbs and open injuries like surgical wounds or ulcer or scrapes; sometimes it causes systemic infection if bacteria circulate via blood and lymph system.
Hand-washing is the most important and easy method to control the infections in the hospital.
AIDS stands for Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, resulting from a viral infection known as Human Immunodeficiency Virus ( HIV ).
Maintain good personal hygiene. Wash hands after sneezing, coughing, blowing your nose or touching public equipment.
To heal the wound, keep the wound clean, move and adjust your positions to help relieve pressure, and intake more fish, meats, beans, eggs and vitamin A.
Dengue fever, transmitted by two mosquito species – Aedes Aegypti and Aedes Albopictus, is an acute viral ailment that causes high fever, headache, severe joint and bone and muscle pain, retro-orbital ( behind eyes ) pain, and rash.
For the quality of your visit and the safety for you and the others’, please note the following instruction during your stay:
Patients should be aware of other signs (post-neck pain, vomiting, chest pain, asthma, rashes), which is more important than temperature.
Please refrain from eating or drinking until the symptoms are relieved, so as to avoid stomach irritation, causing diarrhea and abdominal pain.