Maintain good personal hygiene. Wash hands after sneezing, coughing, blowing your nose or touching public equipment.
Fever is a common manifestation of many diseases. Most fever lasts for up to 1-2 weeks and will automatically abate or the cause of fever will be quickly detected.
Infection and inflammation of the bone or the bone marrow can be classified as acute or chronic.
Multi-Drug Resistant Organisms (MDRO) are bacteria that are resistant to the most effective antibiotics available, and because almost all drugs are ineffective, controlling the spread of these bacteria is the primary means of control.
According to the antigenicity classification of nucleoprotein, the avian influenza virus belongs to influenzavirus A.
Scrub typhus, also known as bush typhus, is a febrile or exanthematous illness transmitted by "tsutsugamushi" and carries Orientia tsutsugamushi.
Cat-scratch disease is a worldwide epidemic, first identified in 1889. The cat is the only natural host of the pathogen of this disease and the source of infection.
Tetanus is a disease caused by an infection with the bacterium Clostridium tetani.
Leptospirosis, an infection caused by Leptospira, is a common zoonotic disease in tropical and subtropical regions.