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2 hours ago Infectious diseases are illnesses caused by harmful agents (pathogens) that get into your body. The most common causes are viruses, bacteria, fungi and parasites. Infectious diseases

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2 hours ago Gonococcal Infection (Gonorrhea) CDC FAQ's Data. Granuloma inguinale CDC. Haemophilus Influenza disease, Type B (Hib or H-flu) CDC Data. Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (HPS) …

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4 hours ago Introduction. Infectious diseases are caused by infectious organisms. Typically, these are bacteria, viruses, fungi, or worms/ helminths. Under normal circumstances, when the immune …

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6 hours ago Infectious diseases are the diseases caused by various pathogenic microorganisms such as virus, bacteria, protozoan, fungi, and other parasites. These infectious diseases can be …

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8 hours ago Many infectious diseases can be treated by antibiotics (specifically diseases caused by bacteria). Those caused by viruses can sometimes be treated by antiviral medications, and …

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5 hours ago An infectious disease can be transmitted in a number of ways, including by food, water and air as well as physical contact with a contaminated object or another person. Some diseases are …

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7 hours ago 252 rows · Epstein–Barr virus infectious mononucleosis (Mono) Fever – usually lasting 14 days; often mild. Sore throat – usually severe for 3–5 days, before resolving in the next 7–10 days. …

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9 hours ago Feb 18, 2022 · Many infectious diseases have similar signs and symptoms. Samples of body fluids can sometimes reveal evidence of the particular microbe that's causing the illness. This …

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1 hours ago These infectious diseases represent risks to US Government personnel traveling to the specified country for a period of less than three years. The degree of risk is assessed by considering the …

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2 hours ago Infectious disease specialists provide long-term care to people with diseases that are lifelong or last for more than one year. Chronic infectious diseases can be deadly or limit daily life

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5 hours ago Number of emergency department visits with infectious and parasitic diseases as the primary diagnosis: 3.4 million. Number of emergency department visits resulting in hospital admission …

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4 hours ago Infectious Diseases. Infectious diseases have a wide variety of causes, and NIAID supports research to control and prevent diseases caused by virtually all human infectious agents. …

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8 hours ago This is an alphabetically ordered list of infectious diseases, grouped by the type of organism that causes them. (See also bloodborne disease; sexually transmitted disease; zoonotic disease; …

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3 hours ago The meaning of INFECTIOUS DISEASE is a disease (such as influenza, malaria, meningitis, rabies, or tetanus) caused by the entrance into the body of pathogenic agents or …

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Just Now Infectious Disease Division Call Bureau of Infectious Disease and Laboratory Sciences, Infectious Disease Division at (617) 983-6550 Urgent calls and infectious disease reporting …

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6 hours ago Jan 29, 2022 · In 2016, infectious diseases sent Americans to the doctor more than 15 million times. That’s a lot of trouble for organisms you can’t see but can catch through something as …

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2 hours ago Oct 04, 2022 · Infectious Diseases; Hospital Medicine; COVID-19, Influenza, and Vascular Thrombotic Events. Hana M. El Sahly, MD, reviewing Lo Re V 3rd et al. JAMA 2022 Aug 16 . …

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What are the 10 most common infectious diseases?

Top 10 Infectious Diseases

  1. Tuberculosis. Tuberculosis is caused by bacteria called Mycobacterium Tuberculosis which mainly affects a person’s lungs.
  2. Hepatitis. Hepatitis is one of the rampant diseases presently in the world and there are various types of the same.
  3. Malaria. ...
  4. Food poisoning. ...
  5. Dengue. ...
  6. Cholera. ...
  7. Common cold. ...
  8. Leprosy. ...
  9. AIDS. ...
  10. Chicken pox. ...

Which disease can be described as infectious?

The HIV/AIDS pandemic can truly be described as an infectious disease that has recently emerged and judging from its rapid global spread, it leaves no doubt that it is one of the greatest health threats mankind has to contend with.

How are infectious diseases spread from one person to another?

Infectious diseases can be spread through direct contact such as:

  • Person to person. Infectious diseases commonly spread through the direct transfer of bacteria, viruses or other germs from one person to another. ...
  • Animal to person. Being bitten or scratched by an infected animal — even a pet — can make you sick and, in extreme circumstances, can be fatal. ...
  • Mother to unborn child. ...

What is the rarest infectious disease?

Top 10 Rarest Diseases

  1. Smallpox. We’ve all heard about smallpox, probably more so about the vaccine itself, which today is rarely used unless there is a high-risk of the disease.
  2. Polio. Child receiving polio vaccine. ...
  3. Hutchinson-Gilford Progeria. ...
  4. Fields’ disease. ...

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