Kyiv City Student Polyclinic

Address: 25/29 Politekhnichna St.
Metro station "Polytechnic Institute"
Stop of the high-speed tram "Polytechnic Institute"

Diphtheria returns

Diphtheria is a very dangerous infectious disease. It is distributed by airborne droplets. The incubation period of diphtheria is from 2 to 10 days. At this time there is swelling, sore throat and fever (38-390C). Diphtheria is extremely insidious with its complications.

Prevention of intestinal infections

In a warm season, the risk of spread of acute intestinal infections can increase, which can lead to serious complications. Typically, intestinal infections are caused by bacteria or viruses that enter the human body with contaminated food or water.

The flu: what to do if you get sick?

Influenza (also known as flu) is a highly contagious virus disease that can lead to hard complications or death. The flu is more dangerous than any other acute respiratory viral infections (A.R.V.I.), but it has similar symptoms with them.

We worry about the health of students

There is a spring. And with it the holiday of beauty, tenderness, sincerity, holiday of mothers, women as worker, women as continuer of the human race on Earth.

The Flu - this is serious!

Is an infectious disease caused by an influenza virus. Usually, the virus is spread through the air from coughs or sneezes, through talks, and while shaking hands, kissing, through objects used by the patient ( handkerchief, towel, dishes, etc.).

Carefully: tuberculosis!

Tuberculosis is an infectious disease that is caused by mycobacteria of tuberculosis.  It is accepted to consider that this is illness of lungs, but in fact, practically all organs of man can be struck by tuberculosis.

HIV – the plague of the 20th century

Ukraine belongs the first place on rates of distribution HIV infection in Central and Eastern Europe.

HIV - is the human immunodeficiency virus. Entering in the body and multiplying in it, the virus destroys the immune system, which is responsible for fighting infections.

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