Respiratory and Blood Stream Infections/ Bacteraemia / Blood Poisoning

Bloodstream infection (BSI) is possibly a life-threatening condition with a case mortality rate of 30-40%. Bloodstream infections/ blood poisoning occurs when a bacterial infection somewhere in the body such as in the lungs or skin which enters the circulation system. This is threatening because the bacteria and their toxins can be brought to the circulation system of the body to the entire body. BSI can be categorised as hospital-acquired (HA), or community-acquired (CA) depending on the site of receiving infection and hazard factors. Infectious diseases are caused by germs- bacteria, viruses, microscopic organisms or other pathogenic microorganisms. Germs that can infect the respiratory framework can ordinarily be spread through saliva and mucus (also known as "respiratory secretions") removed when a man talks, coughs, laughs or sneezes. A portion of these germs spreads through small droplets to stay suspended in the air and travel over long distances. Another person may fall ill when he inhales the aerosols containing infectious microbes or when the microbes contact their mucous membranes.

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