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Infectious diseases

The competence of an infectious disease doctor includes the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of all diseases that cause pathogens (fungi, viruses, bacteria, helminths, protozoa). Each organ and all human systems are included in the field of activity of this specialist, since infection can affect any of them.

An infectious disease doctor will conduct an examination, prescribe treatment, give recommendations on prevention, disease prevention and proper nutrition.

Clinic K + 31 uses a wide range of modern methods of laboratory and instrumental studies, such as PCR diagnostics, serological studies, bacteriological and immunological analyzes.

Also, our infectious disease doctor will give advice on routine vaccinations (encephalitis, flu), emergency vaccinations (rabies, tetanus) or when traveling to exotic countries.

Major infectious diseases

  • subfebrile conditions of unclear etiology, fever;
  • respiratory infections (flu, rubella, measles, pneumonia, bronchitis);
  • intestinal infections (shigellosis, salmonellosis, shigellosis, foodborne toxicoinfections, viral gastroenteritis);
  • herpetic infections (HHV type 6, CMVI, HSV types 1 and 2, EBV infection, chickenpox, herpes zoster);
  • helminth infections (toxocariasis, ascariasis, opisthorchiasis, enterobiasis);
  • natural focal infections (HFRS, yersiniosis, tick-borne infections, leptospirosis);
  • streptococcal infections (erysipelas, scarlet fever, tonsillitis).

When to see a doctor

If you notice the following symptoms, you should contact an infectious disease specialist:

  • the appearance of a rash on the mucous membranes and skin;
  • fever;
  • stomach ache;
  • vomiting, nausea, diarrhea;
  • sore throat, runny nose, cough;
  • when bitten by ticks and other insects.


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Ekaterina Ilyinichna

Infectious disease physician