One of the most serious disease groups that can develop as acute or time-spread complications and pose a life-threatening risk is infectious diseases. All diseases caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites, sexually transmitted diseases, HIV, AIDS, jaundice (hepatitis), typhoid, brucellosis, tuberculosis, febrile diseases, urinary tract infections, influenza, diarrhea, respiratory infections, brain and spinal cord infections such as meningitis, encephalitis, soft tissue infections, diabetic foot infections, food poisoning, intensive care and surgical field infections can be counted among these diseases.
Infectious diseases may show symptoms that vary depending on the type, but in general, the symptoms of infectious diseases are fever, diarrhea, fatigue, muscle aches and cough.
Some infectious diseases are not contagious. Some infections caused by bacteria, parasites or viruses in our body do not infect others. Some diseases can also be transmitted from animals or people by physical contact or can be airborne.
Early diagnosis and intervention in infectious diseases are for a successful treatment, hence if you suspect an infection, it is recommended to consult a doctor at once.