Infectious diseases and clinical microbiology
The Infectious Diseases Clinic provides diagnosis and treatment services for diseases and complications caused by infectious agents.

  • Fever Diseases
  • Respiratory infections (flu, colds, etc.)
  • Blood and sexually transmitted diseases (HIV / AIDS, syphilis, etc.)
  • Jaundice and hepatitis (hepatitis A, hepatitis B, hepatitis C and other viral diseases
  • Diarrhea and / or vomiting (amoebic dysentery, bacillary dysentery, food poisoning, etc.)
  • Infectious diseases such as typhoid fever, brucellosis, tuberculosis, meningitis
  • Smallpox
  • Infections of bones, joints, skin and soft tissue (wound inflammation, etc.)
  • Parasitic diseases
  • Systemic fungal infections
  • Tropical diseases (malaria, yellow fever, cholera, schistosomiasis, trypanosomiasis, leishmaniasis, etc.)
  • Patients are followed, including routine vaccinations, travel vaccines and other prevention services.

Specialists in communicable diseases plan and implement team work to prevent and prevent infections from highly resistant microorganisms, especially in hospital intensive care units. To achieve this goal, a medical body regularly monitors infection and antibiotics, training staff to combat infection. Hospital injuries can be minimized by monitoring good and effective cleaning of all hospital units.