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Medical Information Treatment Of Infectious Diseases

       Infectious diseases can be described as those diseases that originate when a person gets infected with a pathogenic organism that include bacteria, viruses, fungi, protozoans, multicellular parasites or infectious proteins known as prions More...

Uncontrollable Risk Of Infectious Diseases

Uncontrollable Risk Of Infectious Diseases

Infectious diseases can be explained as diseases that are caused when an individual gets infected with a pathogenic organism, be it a virus, bacteria, fungi, yeast, protozoan or any other parasite. Risk factors that can result in the occurrence of infectious diseases can be broadly divided into two categories namely controllable and uncontrollable risk factors More...

 

What Does Ringworm Look Like ?

What Does Ringworm Look Like

Several people think that a ringworm infection is caused by a worm called ringworm. This is false and actually the infection has nothing to do with the worms. A ringworm infection can occur if you have come in contact directly or indirectly with another infected person or a pet.More...

 

Scarlet Fever Symptoms

Scarlet Fever Symptoms

Scarlet fever is a type of infection that is brought on by the streptococcus bacteria. The bacterial infections caused by these particular bacteria usually give a throat infection and high fever. Also, the same bacteria cause another type of infection called the strep throat, which shares exactly the same set of symptoms, except that there would be no rashes.More...

 

Side Effects Of Tetanus Vaccination

Side Effects Of Tetanus Vaccination

Every single vaccination has a set of side effects, and they may be mild or slightly severe. Despite the side effects, it is very important that people have their vaccinations updated to prevent a bigger disease or condition. Tetanus is often given in the form of DTaP, and this refers to diphtheria, tetanus, and a cellular pertusis. It is given as a combination vaccination to children.More...