The bacteria that may cause MDS infection, why are they eyeing you? How to get rid of it?

Infection is the culprit for many patients with MDS. According to statistics, infection is one of the causes of death of Mds. So we should understand why it is infected?  What is infection?   Clinically, infection means that after pathogens invade the human body, they destroy the normal metabolism and tissue structure of the human body and cause inflammatory disease in the body. There are many types of pathogens that cause infections, common bacteria, fungi, viruses, mycoplasma, chlamydia, and parasites. It may be local infection or systemic.  What are the symptoms of infection?   After bone marrow transplantation in MDS patients, white blood cells will decrease, their resistance will be weaker and they are more likely to be infected. Patients with weak body immunity and more serious infections may have fever, dizziness, headache, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, cough, redness and swelling of the skin, abnormal exudate and other symptoms.  How to prevent infection?  Clinical research, infection is one of the causes of death of MDS patients. Therefore, if MDS patients do not pay attention to prevention, they will not escape the fate of infection after all.  1. Provide a good isolation environment  The laminar flow room will use a high-efficiency air filter device to improve air cleanliness and avoid exogenous infection. Doctors generally determine the length of time the patient stays in the laminar flow room based on the cleanliness of the environment and the recovery speed of the patient’s blood picture. Family members should pay attention to the proliferation of granulocytes in the results of the patient’s blood draw, and inform the doctor in time to let the doctor decide when the patient leaves the laminar flow chamber.  Second, aseptic care  As a family member, it is necessary to take sterile care measures to help patients prevent infection. Family members should provide patients with a low-bacterial diet (not eating raw fruits and vegetables, no takeaways, no raw food, etc.), which must last at least 100 days after transplantation; in addition, family members also need to provide patients with a clean living environment and clothing And related equipment, try to avoid getting infected when going out.   Let patients develop good personal hygiene habits, wash hands frequently, take a bath every day, and develop good oral hygiene habits. 3. If you have the following symptoms, you must inform the doctor in time: 1. Skin breakage, ulceration, edema, erythema;    2. Cough, rapid breathing, runny nose, the patient feels ear pain, sore throat 3. Mouth inflammation, red and swollen gums, Buccal mucosal ulcers, difficulty swallowing, etc.;   4. The child feels pain around the anus, or has diarrhea.   In fact, most infections can be avoided. Early intervention and lifestyle habits can basically prevent the occurrence of infections. Therefore, for the MDS patient population, it is emphasized that living hygiene can effectively maintain the physical condition and prevent the deterioration of the disease.

Hu Guisheng: Why can’t MDS patients escape the fate of infection?

   Assistant Hu Guisheng WeChat: dd326751 clinically, infection refers to pathogens invading the body, destroying the body’s normal metabolism, tissue structure and causing inflammatory reactive lesions in the body. There are many types of pathogens that cause infections, such as bacteria, fungi, viruses, mycoplasma, chlamydia, and parasites. It may be a local infection or it may be systemic.  MDS patients, after bone marrow transplantation, white blood cells will decline, weak resistance, more likely to be infected. Patients with weak body immunity and more serious infections may have symptoms such as fever, dizziness, headache, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, cough, skin redness, and abnormal exudate. In clinical studies, infection is one of the causes of death in patients with MDS. Therefore, if patients with MDS do not pay attention to prevention, they will eventually be unable to escape the fate of infection.   1. Provide a good isolation environment    High-efficiency air filtration devices will be used in the laminar flow chamber to improve the cleanliness of the air and avoid external infections. The doctor generally decides the length of time the patient stays in the laminar flow room according to the cleanliness of the environment and the speed of the patient’s blood recovery. Family members should pay attention to the proliferation of granulocytes in the patient’s blood drawing results, and inform the doctor in time to let the doctor decide the time when the patient leaves the laminar flow room.  Second, aseptic care  As a family member, it is necessary to take sterile care measures to help patients prevent infection. Family members should provide patients with a low-bacterial diet (do not eat raw fruits and vegetables outside, take away takeaway, do not eat raw food, etc.), at least need to continue until 100 days after transplantation; in addition, family members also need to provide patients with a clean living environment, clothing And related equipment, try to avoid being infected when going out.  Let patients develop good personal hygiene habits, wash hands frequently, take a bath every day, and develop good oral hygiene habits.   3. The following symptoms must be reported to the doctor in time. 1. The skin is damaged, ulcerated, edema, erythema;    2. Cough, rapid breathing, runny nose, patients feel ear pain, sore throat 3. Mouth inflammation, red gums, cheek mucosa ulcers, difficulty swallowing things, etc.    4. The child feels pain around the anus or diarrhea.   In fact, most infections can be avoided. Early intervention and lifestyle habits can basically prevent the occurrence of infections. Therefore, for the population of MDS patients, it is emphasized that life hygiene can effectively maintain the physical state and prevent the condition from worsening.