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What is Viral Infection?

Description of the disease

A viral infection is a disease caused by a virus that can attack the human body and cause various disease symptoms.


Viral infections are divided into several types depending on the type of virus that causes the disease. The classification of viral infections includes influenza, colds, hepatitis, herpes, and other diseases.


Symptoms of viral infection may include high temperature, cough, runny nose, sore throat, headache, weakness, nausea, and other manifestations, depending on the specific type of virus.


Viruses cause infection in the human body as a result of contact with an infected person, use of common hygiene items, airborne transmission.


Diagnosis of viral infection includes laboratory blood tests, throat swabs, and other research methods to detect the presence of the virus in the body.


Treatment of viral infection includes taking antiviral drugs, painkillers, cough medicine, antipyretics, and other medications to eliminate symptoms and speed up recovery.


Prevention of viral infection includes adhering to personal hygiene rules, vaccination, avoiding contact with infected people, using medical masks, and other precautionary measures.


Viral infection treatment is carried out by an infectious disease specialist or a therapist.

Note: This material is provided solely for informational purposes and is not medical advice.