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Infectious Diseases

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Infectious diseases or communicable diseases arise from illnesses caused by fungi, viruses, protozoa, bacteria or parasites. These infections can be transmitted through body fluids, airborne inhalation and contaminated foods or objects.
1)Penetration, 2) Biosynthesis>(Early phase - Middle phase -  Late phase ) 3)Gene regulation biochemistry, 4)Maturation and  lysis, 5) Productive cycle.
Although the name "swine flu" causes us a lot of fear and worry, it  is important to note the swine flu in just an influenza A H1N1  virus. It means that it is just a type of flu virus, the same that  causes the seasonal flu symptoms. It's really boring to deal with  either swine flu or the...
Usually diziness,nausea or just feeling really tierd
staph infections are generally caused by the staphylococcus  bacteria, types of germs commonly found on the skin or in the nose  of even healthy individuals. The treatment for this disease  involves antibiotics and drainage of infected area.
no it can not. will just cause more problems in ur body
It can be dormant before it appears. Most of the time it appearswithin 24 hours of exposure to the virus.
during the experiments done in mexico, a new virus has been found and it has made citizens as its victims. it is a slight mixture of human flu and pig flu.
I think it starts in late fall/early winter and ends in mid spring. I'm not 100 percent sure.
neti pots are a good way to relieve it without the use of medicine.
The size of Leprosy Bacteria is 1-8 microns long, 0.3 microns in  diameter
 A week or two after the blisters erupt, the oozing sores  will begin to crust over. The sores are usually gone after another  two weeks. The pain usually decreases over the next few weeks, but  some patients may have pain for months - sometimes, for years.   
The human microbiome assists in auto-immune diseases like diabetes,  muscular distrophy MS and even some cancers. It may be possible to  use certain microorganisms to supplement treatments for depression  or bipolar the microbes are generally non-pathogenic (they do not  cause disease unless...
Brucellosis is a word which has been used for the indication of  disease or infection with bacteria of brucella genus which is known  as frequently causing spontaneous abortions in animals and  remittent fever in humans.
Monitorfor flu-like illness: fever, cough, sore throat, and  gastrointestinal symptoms such as diarrhea and vomiting, Anyone  with flu symptoms should stay home from school and work. Practice  hand-washing and other health basics to avoid spreading germs. Most  cases of H1N1 have been about as...
take them to a doctor and let them be treated immediately
As influenza, a contagious illness caused by a virus, which affects  the respiratory organs but is a systemic illness, progresses, one  may move from feeling weak, tired, feverish and possibly nauseous  to feeling congested in the respiratory passages, from the sinuses  down as far as the...
Yes. In fact, staph infection between humans and animals, or  vice-versa, is now the main concern of most practicing  veterinarians.
Rubella virus vaccine is used to prevent rubella infection (German  measles). It works by stimulating the body to produce antibodies to  rubella. Rubella is a highly contagious disease that is caused by a  virus. In children, the disease is usually mild with fever and a  rash.
In northern Europe, northern America, and Canada, impetigo is themost common bacterial skin infection in children
swelling of the lymph nodes in the armpit, which can be painful.
all over your body.
The first case of swine flu was identified on May 13, 2009, in the  Hyderabad International Airport near Hyderabad, India.
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The spherical virus particles have a diameter of 50 to 70 nm and are covered by a lipid membrane.There are prominent "spikes" of 6 nm. Inside the lipid envelope is a capsid of 40 nm in diameter.
Because; Let me specify;Serratia  marcescens is a motile,short rod-shaped, Gram-negative,  facultative anaerobe bacterium, classified as an opportunistic  pathogen. It was discovered in 1819 by Bartolomeo Bizio in Padua,  Italy. Bizio named the genus Serratia in honor of and Italian  physicist...
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Approximately 14%. Approximately 80,000 diagnoses per year and  11,285 deaths.
Abdominal cramps is the primary symptom of giardia infection.
Diseases passed to humans from animals are called zoonoses.
Shingles is a viral disease, Herpes zoster, caused by the same virus (Varicella zoster) that causes chickenpox.
  No the flu is a virus. doxycycl hyc. is for infections of a bacteria nature. And is not a cure for the flu.
  This kind of question should be directed to your child's doctor. While advise here may be sincere, the advise could be sincerely wrong. No one knows your child as an individual, his/her medical background, etc. Do not take chances like this when it comes to your child's health and overall well...
There is no specific type or class of bat that has rabies; just beon careful alert and keep clean to avoid rabies.
Scientists were worried that it would mutate.
you can put a tea bag on it to help speed up the healing process, and avoid any citrus drinks, salty food Any type of milk chocolate or dark chocolate Nuts and Most Seeds, Shellfish,Grains such as wheat and oats,Fruits such as grapes, oranges, tangerines. And applying ice can slow down the...
Yaws is a chronic infection. It exists widely in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. It is caused by a bacterium that affects the skin, cartilage and bones. It is spread like a cold from one person with it to anyone it comes in contact with. The infection will cause skin lesions and more will develop...
  A systemic infection is one that affects the whole body, probably travelling in lymph or blood. This is in contrast to a local infection which only affects the area where the infection entered.
Tumour is caused by various causes, cancer can cuses tumours.   Tumours are caused when cells begin to divide very rapidly. The cells may then clump together to form a tumour. If the tumour remains in one place, and still has most of its original structural features, it is called benign. A benign...
  It is possible, though uncommon. Usually it only happens if the persons immune system becomes weakened somehow after the first occurrence of the illness.My son, now 4, has had German Measles twice.13 July 2011 he was diagnosed by our GP20 July 2012 he was diagnosed againWaiting for 2013.......
C. botulinum requires a temperature range of 40-120F, and a moist, anaerobic environment in order to thrive. However, unless these parameters are significantly exceeded, C. botulinum will form spores and remain dormant, sometimes for years.
Yes, Swine flu (A-H1N1/09) can kill people. For more information go to the related links below.
common cold is primarily caused by rhinovirises which contain rna
Im just gonna make it short and simple...Its Filariasis..   Similiar To Aedes Mosquito   Try Yellow Fever   PS:That Is Very Very Very Very Very SeriousMale mosquitoes cannot transmit disease, as they do not bloodfeed. Only females of any mosquito species will be disease vectors. The female...
When a virus enters your system it baiscly feeds off your other cells inside of you. Greenish mucus is the waste from all the dead cells the virus has killed.
  Live vaccinia virus.
It is lethal because it causes disease in the intestines and because it is not good to treat
yes sometimes the injection site can become tender or feel like their is a ball or knot inside, this typically lasts 2-4 days. Make sure you rotate injection sites and do not inject into the same site for at least a week if you can help it. Also push the plunjer slowly to allow the fluid to be...
Because they never washed their balls
There are a number of different actions depending on what drugs are involved Go to the related link below(Advice for rheumatic patients concerning swine flu H1N1) for advice on this from the Australian Rheumatology Association, go to the related link below.   If you are undergoing treatment with...
Lassa fever is very common, with 500,000 cases per year in parts of Africa. In some countries, up to half of residents show antibodies indicating prior infection with Lassa.
Ebola virus is one of five known viruses within the genus  Ebolavirus. Four of the five known ebolaviruses, including EBOV,  cause a severe and often fatal hemorrhagic fever in humans and  other mammals, known as Ebola virus disease.
For a personal travel vaccine, anywhere between $67 and $191.
The following characteristics are generally present in a Gram-positive bacterium. cytoplasmic lipid membrane teichoic acids and lipoids are present, forming lipoteichoic acids which serve to act as chelating agents, and also for certain types of adherence.thick peptidoglycan layercapsule...
The US Civil War? Over 750,000 fatalities.
Epidemic means the spread of disease at the city or country level, while Pandemic is the spread at the continental level.
if you type on a keyboard that someone has used, the molecules in your blood contract and you form a cold, later this is passed through electrolicsAnswerIt is an airborne virus which means if an infected person sneezes or coughs the "germs" are in the air for a period of time before "dying". If...
what is a treament for typhus fever
No. The vaccine is only a part of the virus that your body willrespond to.
Use a bag valve mask (BVM) to minimize possible bloodborne exposure. Using the BVM will allow the use of a mask on the face to minimize airborne exposure.
  short term would be all of the symptoms, long term would be things that last a long time because of the symptoms. ie for chicken pox short term would be itchy dots, long term would be if you picked off the dots and got a scar which lasted the rest of your life
The best way to reduce the effects of cotton fever is not to use  cotton to filter the drug solutions. This is not a excuse not to  filter the drug solutions, or to use a poor substitute. The effects  of cotton fever are pretty minor compared to the effects of not  using a filter which could be...
Here are the symptoms of Dengue fever -   -High fever   -Headache   -Pain Behind Eyes   -Fatigue   -Vomiting   -Skin rash    These are the common symptoms of dengue fever.
Yes it damages the lungs and the organ system affected is the respatory system , it gives it an infection
The flu (influenza), is caused by influenza viruses. There are three types of influenza viruses, designated Type A, B, and C. Types A and B are common types of seasonal flu in humans, while C is less frequent in humans. Influenza A is the type of flu virus which gives rise to all worldwide pandemics...
  i ate a hamburger at carls jr in montery on 4-7-08 have been sick since, servere diarrerra, tired, worn out, light head ache, the hamburger was raw in the middle. im still ill, blood in stool, my intestines were coming out, stomach cramps, grips. 12094999470 the carls jr 8313754264
Yes. CD is typically opportunistic in that it breaks out when the normal intestinal flora has been killed off by antibiotics. The antibiotic of choice is usually Levoquin (levofloxacin)
If the expecting mother has rubella during the first 13 weeks of pregnancy there is a 90 % chance it will effect her baby. This could range from the fetus having a mild abnormality to Still birth. Blindness , deafness, metal retardation are some of the other defects that could arise in the baby. The...
No. After you get a disease like smallpox, your body is able to develop permanent defenses against it. This makes you "Immune" to the disease. This is the principle on which vaccines work.
Stress will not cause herpes; but if you have the herpes infection stress may cause an outbreak.
severe exhaustion was the first symptom for me along with uncharacteristic lowering of mood. For example I could not walk to the village, less than 1/4 of a mile away without having to rest halfway as my legs felt so weak. On return I fell onto the bed exhausted. Same thing after showering. I feel...
AS WE KNOW THAT MOSQUITOES ARE VERY DANGEROUS.It live in stagnant water and breed there.it causes many diseases like dengue,malaria.chickengunia etc.
Chickenpox blisters show up in waves, so after some begin to crust over, a new group of spots might appear. New chickenpox usually stop appearing by the seventh day, though they may stop as early as the third day. It usually takes 10-14 days for all the blisters to be scabbed over and then you are...
It only takes up to a couple of weeks to die from the Ebola virus.  It takes about the same amount of time to recover from the virus.  About 40% of people survive after being infected.
Influenza, commonly known as the flu, is a disease of the respiratory system. It affects the lungs, throat, and sinuses.
Rheumatism is rheumatoid arthritis and is an immunological disease affecting the bones/joints and is not an infectious disease. It can be genetically passed down through families. It is an extremely painful and debilitating disease with no cure. There are very expensive drugs to help alleviate...
The so-called "Swine Flu", more correctly called 2009 H1N1 Pandemic Flu, is a variant of a common seasonal disease. This particular variation is significantly different from the usual in that it strikes the young disproportionately and more seriously. It is caused by a virus. The Black Plague was...
Impetigo can cause other diseases by weakening the immune system, allowing other forms of bacteria and viruses to enter the body.
  we can protect ourselves by washing our hands getting the proper needles and using hand sanitizers   we can protect ourselves by washing our hands getting the proper needles and using hand sanitizers
You need to see a doctor and get an antibiotic. Hand washing, change the dressing if it's a wound (ask the doctor HOW and what you should use), just use common sense good hygiene to help the staph resolve. But an antibiotic is your first necessity.