What is Measles?
Measles is a respiratory disease caused by a virus. Some symptoms of Measles include fever, runny nose, cough and rashes over the body.
How is Measles transmitted?
Measles spreads through the air by breathing, coughing or sneezing. The virus can live on infected surfaces for up to 2 hours and spreads easily so that people who are not immune will probably get it when they come close to someone who is infectious.
Why should I take the Measles vaccination?
Complications such as ear infection, pneumonia and encephalitis may follow. Measles is so contagious that if one person has it, 90% of the people close to that person who are not immune will also become infected with the Measles virus. It is thus highly recommended to have the vaccination taken. Patients can succumb to measles, pneumonia or encephalitis.
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Types of Infections
- Adult Immunisation
- Antibiotic Therapy
- Bloodstream Infections
- Bone and Joint Infections
- Central Nervous System (CNS) infections
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Dengue Fever
- Fever (Pyrexia) Of Unknown Origin
- Fungal Infection
- HIV Infection / AIDS
- Infection In Implants And Devices
- Infections Associated With Organ Transplants
- Infections In Pregnancy
- Infections Related To Impaired Immunity
- Infective Endocarditis
- Latent Tuberculosis
- Mycoplasma Infections
- Parasitic Infections
- Sexually Transmitted Infections
- Travel Related Illnesses With A Focus On Infections
- Tropical Infections
- Typhoid Fever & Paratyphoid Fever
- Urinary Tract Infections
- Viral Infections