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Last Updated: 18 January 2022

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Oral or throat infection is common term used to define many different infections of mouth and throat. Sore throats often begin itch, pain or irritation, but it is actually more than that. Often related to colds and flu, sore throat is symptom of inflammation of pharynx or tonsils, or both, and in most cases caused by viruses. Symptoms such as fever, nausea, aches pains, might be present. 4 Only 10 percentage sore throats in adults are caused by bacteria. 9 Only bacterial infections are treated by antibiotics or, in words, antibiotics are not effective against viruses. Many leading organisations recommend against using antibiotics unless there is clear evidence of bacterial infection. 19 moment your throat has itch, feels sore or has any of throat symptoms mentioned above, Gargle with BETADINE Mouthwash & Gargle for 30 seconds, 4 times day. 1 BETADINE Mouthwash & BETADINE Gargle - perfect to sort out sore throat and keep you fresh, while bacteria and viruses can both cause to serious infections, they are different from each other. This is important to because bacterial and viral infections must be treated differently. Misusing antibiotics to treat viral infections contributes to problem of antibiotic resistance. Bacteria and viruses, too tiny to be seen by naked eye, can cause similar symptoms, such as sore throat, and are often spread in same way, but that is where similarities end. 7 19 Bacterium Is Single, But Complex, Cell.S It Can Survive On Its Own, Inside Or Outside Body. Most bacteria are harmful. In fact, we have bacteria on and inside our body, especially in gut, to help digest food. 7 19 viruses are and are not cells. Unlike bacteria, they need host such as humans or animal, to multiply. Viruses cause infections by and multiplying inside hosts ' healthy cells. 19 bacteria cause bacterial infections, as throat infections, and viruses cause viral infections. It is important to know whether bacterium or virus is cause of infection, because treatments differ. Examples of bacterial infections include whooping strep throat, ear infection and urinary tract infection. Viral infections include common cold, flu, most coughs and bronchitis. 7 it can be difficult to know what caused infection, because viral and bacterial infections can cause similar symptoms. Your doctor may need sample of your urine, stool or blood for culture test to have bugs identified under microscope. 19 doctors treat bacterial infections with antibiotics. They either kill or stop them multiplying. But since antibiotic resistance is growing problem, antibiotics may be prescribed only for serious bacterial infections.

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Antibiotic resistance is rising to dangerously levels worldwide. Oral and Respiratory tract infections caused by bacteria such as Streptococcus pneumoniae and Klebsiella pneumoniae pose particular threat because of rise of antibiotic - resistant strains, with vulnerable patient populations at high risk of infection. Seasonal endemic viruses as influenza are another significant cause of respiratory infection; worldwide, annual influenza epidemics are estimated to result in about 3 - 5 million cases of severe illness and about 250 000 - 500 000 deaths. In addition to seasonal endemic viruses, emerging and re - emerging virus outbreaks such as Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronaviruses require close contact for human - - human transmission and can spread nosocomially. Unlike remaining four coronaviruses, which are typically associated with mild, self - limiting respiratory illness, SARS - CoV and MERS - CoV cause severe respiratory symptoms and are associated with considerable mortality. There is no vaccination or any specific antiviral treatment for SARS - CoV and MERS - CoV. Outbreaks can, however, be quickly and effectively controlled with preventive strategies based upon early accurate diagnosis, knowledge of current epidemiological season and effective hygiene practices to decrease risk of transmission. Effective hand hygiene minimise transmission of pathogens from contaminated of infected individuals through either direct person - to - person contact or indirectly via contamination of surfaces. Respiratory pathogens such as influenza are also transmitted via airborne dispersion of small particle aerosols when infected individual breathes, coughs or sneezes, while Respiratory syncytial viruses, SARS - CoV and MERS - CoV can be spread by large droplets propelled through air and inoculate into eyes, nose and mouth at close range. Considering these modes of transmission, oral hygiene by gargling, together with hand washing and mask use, may be beneficial to help minimise risk of both community - and hospital - acquire respiratory infections. Gargling is also deemed to bring about favourable effects through removal of oral pharyngeal protease that helps viral replication. Effectiveness Of Antiseptic Agents In Killing Pathogens Is Paramount In Selecting Gargles / Mouthwashes For Protective Hygiene And Can Be Achieved By Ensuring That Antiseptic Agents Pass Standard Bactericidal Or Virucidal Activity Test. Rapid action is also desirable, as length of time that individuals are willing or able to keep product in oral cavity is limit. Povidone - iodine is broad - spectrum antimicrobial that has been used in infection control and prevention for over 60 years and is available in various preparations for use as disinfectant for skin, hands and mucosal surfaces, as well as for wound treatment and eye applications. Pvp - I has well - established general antimicrobial activity, demonstrating in vitro efficacy against gram - positive, gram - negative and some spore - forming bacteria and mycobacteria and wide range of enveloped and non - enveloped viruses. Recent in vitro studies have demonstrated rapid virucidal activity of PVP - I products Ebola virus, MERS - CoV and European Reference envelop virus. Considering proven in vitro efficacy, gargling with PVP - I may be effective method of preventing spread of Respiratory viruses when individual is contaminated by airborne / droplet route or after uptake via mouth.

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Oral health and disease

Status of oral oropharyngeal cavities, which include mouth and throat, is inextricably linked to general health and wellbeing of individual 1. Colonisation by pathogenic microorganisms or imbalance of physiological microbiome in oral cavity can play essential role in development and perpetuation of disease 2 3. Indeed, viruses, bacteria, fungi and protozoa can give rise to many common oral and oropharyngeal conditions, as diverse as dental caries, periodontal disease, gingivitis, as as upper respiratory tract infections such as sore throat, common cold and influenza 2. In hospital setting, colonisation of pathogens in oropharyngeal region can result in more serious sequelae in intubated patients, where their spread into lower respiratory tract can result in ventilatorassociated pneumonia 4. This underscores importance of exercising good mouth and throat hygiene as means of minimising risk in development of communityacquired and hospitalacquired infections. Oral complications are know to develop in cancer patients, either as direct consequence of malignancy or because of side effects of therapy 5 6 7 8 9. Appropriate and timely oral care measures have been shown to minimise severity of complications improve patient quality of life 10 11. Consequently, several clinical guidelines and systematic reviews support preventative oral health regimens that include tooth brushing, use of mouthrinses, gargling and professional oral as important components to infection control practices 12 13 14 15 16. Antiseptics appear to be suitable candidates as alternative or adjunctive agents to antibiotics to prevent and treat infections based on evidence of their benefit in Dental 17, dermatology 18, and Oral Health settings 19. Currently, such practices for oropharyngeal are less well establish. Objective Of This Review Was To Assess Publish Evidence On Efficacy And Safety Of Widely - Known Antiseptic, Povidoneiodine, Consider Effective Firstline Option In Prevention And Management Of Skin Infections 20, In Common Upper Respiratory Tract Infections, Oral Complications Resulting From Cancer Treatment And In General Dental Conditions.

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