Brain bacterial infections

The most dangerous of the neuroinfections are those that affect the brain. Any pathogen that can overcome the blood-brain barrier poses a great danger to health and life.

Types of brain bacterial infections

The variety of neuroinfections that affect the brain can be divided into five groups: Bacterial, Viral, Fungal, Prionic, Parasitic.

Bacterial infections that can affect the brain include large numbers of pathogens.

Most common brain infections:

  • Meningococcal infection is a classic neuroinfection that affects the brain. Here are the main symptoms. Rash. The onset of the disease is very acute. At the beginning of the disease a person is conscious, but within a day, without treatment, he can fall into a coma.
  • Mycobacterium tuberculosis can, affect the brain. This is mainly found in children, the elderly and people with immunodeficiency.
  • There are several types of Neurosyphilis: Asymptomatic, Meningitis, Cerebrovascular, Progressive Paralysis, Congenital, Gumma of the brain.

Ear Bacterial Infections

Ear infection, also called inflammation of the middle ear, is one of the most common diseases among children. It cannot be ignored. Ear infection develops in the middle ear. Its cause is bacteria or viruses.

Symptoms of bacterial Ear Infection

The main symptom is severe pain in the ear. As a rule, at night and in a lying condition, the pain is aggravated due to the increasing pressure. Other symptoms include a runny nose, cough, fever, vomiting, dizziness and hearing
loss.

How to treat bacterial ear infection

Usually, the pain and fever accompanying the ear infection are eliminated with OTC drugs, while expecting that after a few days the infection will pass by itself. If this does not happen, the doctor will certainly conduct a second inspection. Only at this stage, it is expedient to prescribe a course of antibiotics, and only if the bacterial infection is the cause of the disease.

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