The Black Death came in three forms, the bubonic, pneumonic, and septicemic. Each different form of plague killed people in a vicious way. All forms were caused by a bacterium called Yersinia pestis.
The Bubonic Plague was the most commonly seen form of the Black Death. The mortality rate was 30-75%. The symptoms were enlarged and inflamed lymph nodes (around arm pits, neck and groin). The term 'bubonic' refers to the characteristic bubo or enlarged lymphatic gland. Victims were subject to headaches, nausea, aching joints, fever of 101-105 degrees, vomiting, and a general feeling of illness. Symptoms took from 1-7 days to appear.
The pneumonic plague was the second most commonly seen form of the Black Death. The pneumonic and the septicemic plague were probably seen less then the bubonic plague because the victims often died before they could reach other places (this was caused by the inefficiency of transportation). The mortality rate for the pneumonic plague was 90-95% (if treated today the mortality rate would be 5-10%). The pneumonic plague infected the lungs. Symptoms included slimy sputum tinted with blood. Sputum is saliva mixed with mucus exerted from the respiratory system. As the disease progressed, the sputum became free flowing and bright red. Symptoms took 1-7 days to appear.
The septicemic plague was the most rare form of all. The mortality was close to 100% (even today there is no treatment). Symptoms were a high fever and skin turning deep shades of purple due to DIC (disseminated intravascular coagulation). According to Dr. Matt Luther, Vanderbilt University Medical Center "The plague often caused DIC in severe forms, and DIC can be fatal. In its most deadly form DIC can cause a victims skin to turn dark purple. The black death got its name from the deep purple, almost black discoloration." Victims usually died the same day symptoms appeared.
Black Death was spread by rats. Symptoms were bloody vomit fever and tumors.
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The black plague or black death was another deadly outbreak. The symptoms included fever, pain, and the inability to keep food down.
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Black Death was caused by Yersinia pestis bacterium. Symptoms bloody vomit fever and tumors.
Some of the symptoms were as follows. Bloody vomit fever and tumors.
Black Death had bloody vomit fever and tumors. Most people will die within weeks.
Black Death spread via rats and fleas. Symptoms were bloody vomit fever and tumors followed by death.
Black Death was spread by Yersinia pestis bacterium. Symptoms bloody vomit fever and tumors followed with death.
The Black Death was an outbreak of the bubonic plague that spread through Europe in the period of 1347 to 1352.
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One of the main symptoms was bleeding under the skin, this blood as it clotted turned black, resulting in corpses that were largely black. Thus BLACK death.
many children were killed due to Black Death. Children were very likely to pick Black Death and show symptoms.
they had a high fever, vomiting and black buboes. hence the name bubonic plauge
The black death! or bubonic plague symptoms were buboes fever rashes and nausea
Black Death Plague was very deadly. Symptoms were bloody vomit fever and tumors.and death.
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Sanitation and proper hygiene. Also if you find the symptoms contact a doctor asap.
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because they got infected by people that had the diease There are different versions of the plague a good source of information can be found on the related link (Death Defined Black Death Causes and Symptoms) below.
coughing,soreness, failing organs, black spots, lumps called buboes, bad breath,throat swelling
Black Death Plague was very deadly. Symptoms are bloody vomit fever and tumors.
The disease was called the Black Death because one of the symptoms produced a blackening of the skin around the swellings. The spread of the Black Death followed all of the Trade Routes to every country no matter the condition of each indivual.