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Pseudomonas infection can be transmitted by saliva, air, cough, fecal-oral route, surfaces, blood, needles, blood transfusions, sexual contact, mother to fetus, etc.It is contagious but it depends a lot on a person's immune system. Doctors and patients coming in contact with Pseudomonas infectious patients should practice proper sanitation methods like washing hands to prevent further spread of the disease. Haemophilus organisms can be transmitted by person-to-person contact, or by contact with nasal discharges and other body fluids. A person should build up his immunity by eating a nutritious diet and staying fit to prevent getting infected from any bacteria. Do keep us posted.
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