Practical tips for various diseases

Here the health office of the Main-Taunus-Kreis gives information. Practical tips on various diseases.

Anyone who is ill with or suspected of having glandular fever should avoid community facilities (day care centers, schools, etc.).) do not visit

Gastroenteritis (259.96 KB) Gastroenteritis or gastrointestinal inflammation is the most common cause of diarrhea and nausea

Hand-foot-and-mouth disease (193.26 KB) Hand-foot-and-mouth disease is a highly contagious infectious disease caused by viruses. In most cases it is harmless and mainly affects children under ten years of age

Impetigo contagiosa (203.32 KB) Impetigo contagiosa is a highly infectious, bacterial skin disease and is particularly common in children and newborns

Measles is a typical highly contagious childhood disease. Adolescents and adults can also fall ill

Multidrug-resistant gram-negative rod bacteria (2017.02 KB) Multi-resistant gram-negative rod bacteria from the intestine or skin can enter wounds, the bloodstream, or other parts of the body and make people sick. Treating this disease is difficult, as antibiotics are sometimes no longer effective.

MRSA – methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (379.78 KB) In general, MRSA bacteria are not dangerous for healthy people outside the hospital. But in the hospital the contagion-. Increased risk of disease for patients.

Pertussis (312.44 KB) Pertussis, also called whooping cough, is a highly contagious infectious disease

Scarlet fever (296.08 KB) Scarlet fever is a highly contagious, bacterial infectious disease that occurs primarily in children.

scabies (275.14 KB) Scabies is a contagious skin disease of humans caused by the scabies mite.

Tuberculosis (173.98 KB) Tuberculosis is a notifiable infectious disease. In the tuberculosis care of the health department, sick persons as well as their environment are cared for. A tuberculosis test can be done at the health department. To report to the health department, please use the reporting form.

AER – vancomycin-resistant enterococci (379.13 KB) In general, AER bacteria are harmless to healthy individuals outside the hospital setting. But in the hospital the contagion-. Increased risk of disease for patients.

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