How to prevent common infectious diseases in spring?
Chickenpox is an acute infectious disease caused by varicella zoster virus.
Patients with chickenpox are mostly children aged 1-14.
It is most likely to occur and prevail in kindergartens and elementary schools.
Chickenpox is an acute infectious disease, but it is usually mild and does not cause serious complications.
Route of transmission: Chickenpox is mainly transmitted through the respiratory tract through droplets, and it is also likely to be infected by contact with dust contaminated with viruses.
Main symptoms: After the varicella virus infects the human body, after about 2 weeks of incubation period, the patient may have symptoms such as headache, general malaise, fever, loss of appetite, etc., followed by characteristic red rash, followed by papules, and then developed into blisters.It is often accompanied by itching. After 1-2 days, it begins to dry and crusted, and the skin peels off after a week or so.
The rash has the largest number of cadres on the main axis, followed by the head and face, only the limbs, the palms, and the soles of the feet.
Susceptible people: the population is generally susceptible.
Children who are common in 2-10 years of age can get higher immunity for life on a single episode.
Precautions: Implantation of varicella vaccine is the most effective and economical preventive measure.
It is also important that children do not go to public places during the popular period, and often open windows and ventilation.