Tuberculosis or Typhoid is a Dangerous Disease and Its Treatment - Health-Teachers

It is a contagious fever that persists for a long period of time. It is found all over the world but is mostly seen in warm countries. In Pakistan, this fever occurs mostly in the months of March to June and occurs during the summer season. If the weather is hot and dry for a long time, this fever is also found in October and November.

It is a contagious fever that persists for a long period of time. It is found all over the world but is mostly seen in warm countries. In Pakistan, this fever occurs mostly in the months of March to June and occurs during the summer season. If the weather is hot and dry for a long time, this fever is also found in October and November.

Epidemic outbreaks occur after seven years. It is more common in men and relatively less in women, and is usually more common in the age group of twenty to thirty years. After that, the incidence gradually decreases to very low in old age.

After one attack, although it is permanently cured, a second and a third attack may occur. Fatigue and over-exertion prepare a person for this disease. Immunization can prevent a person from being attacked by this disease. It can be transmitted from person to person, both directly and indirectly. 

These are spread through dust (this route of transmission is not very reliable), contaminated water that has been contaminated by sewage, or the feces of infected people, and this means is the main cause of the spread of the disease. 

Milk, ice cream, cheese, butter, and other such products also spread this disease well, as vegetables and fruits are eaten uncooked. They also become a cause of spreading this disease.

Indirect sources play a large part in its epidemic, though they help to spread it locally, such as feces, urine, vomit, and the discharge from abscesses and wounds which have caused the disease, and often also mucus, and the real danger lies in these. And the real danger is from those people who have this disease and this feature of them cannot be easily recognized.

Who are these people? These are the patients who have been suffering from tuberculosis and are now cured. There is also about five percent of them who continue to excrete the germs of this disease in their feces for months and years. Apparently, these people have recovered, but occasionally they have stomach pains, and this is often related to their stools.

Who are these people? These are the patients who have been suffering from tuberculosis and are now cured. There is also about five percent of them who continue to excrete the germs of this disease in their feces for months and years. Apparently, these people have recovered, but occasionally they have stomach pains, and this is often related to their stools. 

About twenty-five percent of patients are those who continue to excrete these bacteria in their stools after recovery. These types of "carriers" prove to be more dangerous when they are food vendors, and the places or populations in which they are found in all seasons are considered to be the cause of the disease and not other places. 

Germs that are carried from one place to another by travelers, it would be appropriate to prevent such people from trading in food and drink. Do not get your hands involved with these germs, so wash your hands thoroughly with soap after every such occasion and keep your towels and handkerchiefs separate. 

Their nails should always be trimmed so that the material does not accumulate under the ingrown nails because this place is often a treasure house of germs and when the fingers go into the mouth, the germs are transferred to the throat. 

And people who have been burned can be protected from this disease by vaccination. Clean and pure water supply and proper waste disposal are the most important measures to prevent this disease when there is an epidemic or outbreak of this disease. Always use boiled milk and water if it is the season, and the travelers who come from outside should also adopt the same method at these places. 

It should be given when the stomach is not full and not when hungry, mild local discomfort or fever, etc. after the vaccination. So the pain will be more after the vaccination, the effect of the vaccine lasts for one year, so get vaccinated again There should not be any harm in this disease, the use of proper diet and care is very important in this disease.

It should be given when the stomach is not full and not when hungry, mild local discomfort or fever, etc. after the vaccination. So the pain will be more after the vaccination, the effect of the vaccine lasts for one year, so get vaccinated again There should not be any harm in this disease, the use of proper diet and care is very important in this disease. 

In the morning and evening, depending on the season, clean the patient's body with fresh water using a sponge. Those parts of the body that are under pressure, such as the back, hips, elbows, shoulders, etc., should be cleaned with alcohol. Sprinkle the powder on them and do this daily, instruct them to pass stools and urinate while lying down, but in many places. 

It is difficult to do this and it also causes pain for the patient, so if he is placed on the potty by the bed. It will be better if he goes and this injury will be more or less than the pain he will have to bear due to not urinating and defecating. If he is not able to do it himself, then the Temadar should fulfill this duty. 

Horses should be given in quantity, but in the condition that they do not leave their waste in large quantities, because the duration of this disease is quite long and others get injured inside the intestines in this disease. There is a big difference in the amount of water depending on the season. 

But the patient should not be thirsty and should not drink enough water to fill the stomach, so drink less water in winter and more in summer, and give other food items according to the patient's habit, rice, egg yolk, and double bread. Eat with milk and instruct the patient to eat small meals at a time and eat several times a day according to hunger, give fruits that are juicy, such as oranges, pomegranates, etc.

But the patient should not be thirsty and should not drink enough water to fill the stomach, so drink less water in winter and more in summer, and give other food items according to the patient's habit, rice, egg yolk, and double bread. Eat with milk and instruct the patient to eat small meals at a time and eat several times a day according to hunger, give fruits that are juicy, such as oranges, pomegranates, etc. 

Avoid melons, watermelons, and apples. Do not gulp, but sip them little by little, and do not overdo it. If necessary, add glucose or lactose to flavor the water when the temperature is at or below normal for three days. , and this happens due to visual impairment, so now increase the diet slowly but with great caution because the risk of recurrence of the disease remains day by day.

Basically, the patient's diet is milk, but according to the condition, it will be necessary to modify. If nothing is being digested, and especially when the patient is old, tear the milk and give it water when the milk starts to be digested. So dilute the milk with boiled water and according to the amount, add two or three grains of sodium stearate or add two to three grains of salicylic acid. 

Make a milky mixture and then add it to the boiling milk or add light tea water to the milk. Stir the milk little by little. Reduce the amount, it is also correct to use a little curd to change the taste and tongue, in the first four to five days, egg, double bread, and biscuits can be given and also give them with milk because in these days inside the intestines If the wounds are not healed, if diarrhea starts, reduce the amount of food.

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