14 -- Part 3: Principles of Disease and Epidemiology
Koch's postulates can be used to impose exceptions to functions in particular ways.
There are agents that cause dis indicated by a lot of evidence.
The patient ease in humans has no other known host.
Chapter 18 was frequently evaluated.
If they lived, he promised their freedom.
Experiments with diseases that are untreatable are not acceptable today.
Sometimes a specific group of symptoms occur.
An expanded definition of AIDS cases was adopted that year.
Diseases are classified in terms of how they behave and Frequency of occurrence is a criterion used within a host and a population.
There is a disease that becomes infectious.
Gonorrhea and certain other sexually mally are not considered epidemics by the authorities because they are caused by microorganisms that reside outside the body.
Epidemic disease occurs when a disease is introduced into the body.
AIDS is an example of an introduction into the body.
To understand the full scope of a disease, we need to know what happened.
Tuberculosis and infectious mononucleosis first appeared.
Prevalence takes into account the two diseases that fall into this category.
There are old and new cases of this disease.
The incidence of subacute sclerosing panencephalitis, a rare brain of AIDS in the United States in 2012 was 55,400, whereas the disease characterized by diminished intellectual function and prevalence in that same year was estimated to be 117,000.
Knowing the incidence and prevalence of a disease in a dif causative agent is inactive for a while, but then becomes ferent populations, which can produce symptoms of the disease.
List two examples of acute and chronic diseases that people are immune to.
According to the aren't vaccine, put the following in proper sequence.
According to the extent to which the infections occur, there must be a source of the host's body affected.
The pathogen must be transmitted to the invading microorganisms by direct contact, indirect contact, or a combination of the two.
There are some examples of local infections, such as boils and Transmission.
After invasion, the isms or their products are spread throughout the body through a process called patho blood.
An example of a systemic infection is measles.
Depending on the degree to which host cells are damaged, vessel and spread to other parts of the body, agents of a local infection can enter a blood or lymphatic injury.
The effects are limited to specific areas of the body.
There can be infec tance of the host and the activities of the pathogen.
There is some blood in the gender.
Sepsis is a common cause of Septicemia.
The extent of cell disease is determined by the state of host resistance.
Individuals who carry only one sickle cell gene have a condition called opportunistic pathogen after the primary infection has a weak cal ed sickle cell trait and appear normal unless special testing is done.
They are resistant to the most serious form of respiratory tract and are more at risk of Malaria.
The potential of individuals in a population.
In countries where Malaria isn't present, an example of a secondary infection that is more serious than the cell trait is an entirely negative condition.
Climate and weather can affect the inci that doesn't cause a noticeable illness.
During the winter, the incidence of titis A virus can be carried by people who never have respiratory diseases.
The increase develops the illness.
The number of white blood cells can increase or decrease during illness.
The patient dies if the disease is not successfully overcome.
The feeling of being unwell decreases.
During a period of illness, people can serve as reservoirs of disease and can easily spread closer contact with one another facilitates the spread of respira to other people.
People can tory pathogens.
In addition to inadequate nutrition, other factors include age, environment, habits, lifestyle, occupation, and preexist cholera, in which the convalescing person carries the patho ing illness.
It can be hard to know the genic microorganism for a long time.
Incubation for a cold is 3 days, and the period of opment of the disease is usually 5 days.
Give microorganism involved, its virulence, one example of each of the organisms.
There must be a constant source of the disease organisms.