Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease - Coxsackie Virus Attacking Children
Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease (HFMD) is a disease caused by a virus that usually attacks infants and children. The disease is caused by the Coxsackie virus. The main symptoms are spots around and inside the mouth, also the hands and feet. HFMD quite easily contagious and spreads through direct contact with secretions from their spots, sneezing, coughing and saliva of patients.
The disease is caused by food equipment, toys and towels that can be contaminated with the virus.
How to avoid this disease is to maintain a healthy environment and individuals, such as by washing hands and avoiding goods – items contaminated with the virus.
Society does not need to panic deal with this virus, but need to be alert. (source: kompas)
DoCare wash disposable gloves can be used to help prevent transmission of contaminated towels