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14 -- Part 7: Principles of Disease and Epidemiology
Pathology is concerned with causes, benefits, and harms.
Infection is the growth of pathogens in the body.
Host organisms shelter and support the growth of conditions but cause disease under special conditions.
Functions can be made possible by one microorganism.
There are no signs of disease in the host when an inapparent is present.
A predisposing factor that makes the body more susceptible to a pathogen must be isolated in pure culture.
Some examples include gender, climate, age, fatigue, and inadequate susceptible laboratory animal.
Koch's postulates are modified to establish etiologies of diseases and the first appearance of signs and symptoms.
The appearance of the artificial media is what characterizes the prodromal period.
The disease is at its height during the period of illness.
There is a continual source of infections.
The identification of the disease is done by people who have a disease or are carriers of micro.
A syndrome is a disease that affects wild and domestic animals.
One host to another is where the pathogenic microorganisms grow.
It is capable of spreading quickly from one person to another.
Noncommunicable diseases are caused by the same organisms that cause other diseases.
It is indirect from one host to another.
Incidence is the number of people who have the disease.
The medium of transmission is called particular time.
Water endemic, epidemic, and Pandemic are some of the pathogens that are carried on airborne transmission.
The scope of a disease can be defined as acute, chronic, subacute, or latent.
Most of the population has immunity to a disease.
HAIs can be spread throughout the body via the circulatory system.
After a host is weakened by a medical primary infection, a secondary infection can occur.
The most frequent causes of HAIs are Opportunisticbacteria.
Patients with burns suppressed their immune responses.
Epidemiology studies the transmission, patients and between patients.
The works of transmit HAIs began in the late 1800s.
HAIs can be prevented with aseptic techniques.
Hospital staff members are responsible for keeping the group free of infections.
Experiments designed to equipment and supplies.
The CDC is the main source of emerging infectious diseases.
To describe the pattern of the Answers tab in the back of the textbook, put the following in the correct order.
This microbe is essential for good health and is named after it.
The patient has symptoms for 5 days.
The patient has no symptoms and is a carrier.
The boy was released from the hospital on September 22 after his temperature returned to normal.
This case of bubonic plague has an incubation period.
This disease has a prodromal period.
The following information can be used to answer questions.
During the preceding month, 0.0 Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb MarApr May Jun.
The birder is experiencing her third disease.
The ornithologists are eating the same food.
The source of the disease was the nest.
Their drinking water is not safe to drink.
Every case of the disease must have the same pathogen.
The data was gathered by Florence Nightingale.
When inoculated into a susceptible laboratory animal, the pathogen from pure culture must cause the disease.
The disease must be transmitted from a sick animal to a healthy one by direct contact.
English soldiers in the Crimean War isolated the pathogen from a lab animal.
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