What is Infectious Disease Speciality?


Infectious Diseases are disorders due to pathogenic microorganisms such as viruses, bacteria, fungus, and other parasites. Infectious Disease Speciality or ‘Pathology’ is the branch of medicine which deals in curing diseases as a result of pathogenic spread. 

An Infectious Disease Specialist is a healthcare practitioner who specializes in studying infection and internal medicine. responsible for reviewing a patient's medical data, including X-rays, laboratory reports, and performing a complete physical examination. Their expertise requires them to thoroughly study internal medicine. 

Infectious Disease Specialists are specialized in examining the internal spread of infection or disease such as malaria, bones, measles, fungal spread, etc. They will provide special insight into the right tests and diagnosis required for your case. If the infection leads to hospitalization, an infection doctor specialist will follow your case through your case with the right diagnostic testing and customized treatments likewise. They are also trained in general healthcare as well with conditions especially fast-spreading infections. 

Nonetheless, the expertise of an infectious doctor is not limited to just diagnosing internal infections, some of them are also trained in studying viral infections and skin infections.  

Viral and Bacterial Infections| Consult with Infectious Disease Specialists


In the case of recurring infectious spreads, you should immediately consult with an Infectious Disease Specialist near you.   Infectious Disease Specialists will treat a wide range of issues including bacterial infections and viral infections. They will often help you treat the diagnosis by prescribing you the right antibiotics, collecting blood samples, and culturing other fluid to determine the infection spread, control, and diagnosis.

Services by Healthwire Infectious Doctors


The services and treatments offered by our infection specialist are, but not limited to:

  • Examining General Infectious Diseases 

  • Immunodeficiency Infections

  • Prescribing Travel Medications and tropical diseases 

  • HIV and Sexually transmitted diseases 

  • Bone and joint infections 

  • Cystic Fibrosis associated infections 

  • Tuberculosis 

  • Disease of Travelers 

  • Fungal Infections 

  • Parasitic diseases 

  • Infections of prosthetic devices 

Certified Infectious Doctors in Pakistan | Just a Click Away!


An Infectious Doctor in Pakistan is a licensed medical healthcare practitioner who has undergone standard MBBS, followed by a specialization in Medicine from a recognized institute. An Infectious Disease Specialist needs to carry a license for practicing from a recognized board or state. Pakistan has many top qualified Infection Specialists who are best in their field. To help you, Healthwire is providing you with easy access to Pakistan’s Best Infectious doctors. You can find the complete list of both male and female Infectious Disorders from all over Pakistan with their detailed information of expertise, practicing location, and timings. You can easily book an “Online Appointment” or even Opt for “Video Consultation” at your own ease, Anywhere, Anytime all over Pakistan by either Calling us at 04232500989 or download our Healthwire App to book appointments.

Frequently Asked Questions
What does an infectious disease specialist do?

An infectious disease specialist is a medical doctor who will examine an infectious disease spread. They will thoroughly examine your reports, medical tests, and conduct a physical examination depending on the type of problem.

What diseases does an infectious disease specialist treat?

Infectious disease specialists treat a number of diseases, some of which are the following diseases; HIV/AIDS Measles, Mumps, Rubella Malaria, Dengue Blastomycosis Complex urinary infections Lyme disease Other tropical diseases Bone and joint infections

What are the 4 main types of infectious diseases?

The 4 main types of infection spread are usually viral, fungal, bacterial, and prion related diseases. Most of the diseases that originate from these common types of infection spread.

Why am I being referred to an infectious disease specialist?

A general physician will usually refer to you to an infectious disease specialist when the infection has become antibiotic-resistant, is dangerously spreading, or has become hard to diagnose.

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