Infectious disease. Statistics. Prevention

In this paper will be analysed infectious diseases, prevention and statistics. Infectious disease is one of the main diseases. Most people died from these diseases. Its are the main reasons why this topic is my choice. Depending on the travel routes of infectious diseases, diseases are divided into four groups: the intestinal, respiratory, blood and body coverings.

The massive spread of the disease known as epidemic.          Infectious disease characterized by agents, the spread according to one certain laws of epidemiology, the specific mechanism of transmission, immunity and cyclical stages. For these reasons, infectious diseases have for these symptoms, such as: fever, skin rashes, diarrhea.           Infection can be: local infection (local body tissue the operation of pathogenic micro-factors. Localised process often appears to microbial penetration into the tissue site, and usually characterized by the development of local inflammatory reactions. The locals infections are angina, boil, diphtheria, erysipelas, and others. In some cases, local infection may lead to common.), general infection (micro-organisms entering the bloodstream and spread throughout the body. Once in the body tissues, multiplying microbe entry point, then enter the blood stream. This mechanism is characterized by the development of influenza, salmonella, typhus, syphilis, some tuberculosis, viral hepatitis, etc..) and latent infection (condition in which the micro-organism, a body tissue and multiplying, not triggering any symptoms).

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