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Tetanus, also called lockjaw, is a medical condition characterized by a prolonged contraction of skeletal muscle fibers. The primary symptoms are caused by tetanospasmin, a neurotoxin produced by the Gram-positive, obligate...
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Learn about Tetanus disease and its symptoms, as well as Tetanus Shot information and recommendations. ... Tetanus enters the body through many kinds of wounds ...
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VaccinePlace.com provides an Infectious Disease Directory, along with the vaccine ... Visit www.tetanus.org. Taking a trip outside of the United States? ...
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More about Tetanus: Causes and symptoms Diagnosis Treatment Prognosis Prevention Resources Tetanus Definition Tetanus is a rare but often fatal
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Information for parents about Tetanus.
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Tetanus occurs when a certain type of bacterial infection grows in a contaminated wound. ... Tetanus (also called lockjaw or trismus) is a serious, often fatal ...
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Get the facts on tetanus causes (Clostridium tetani bacterial infection) ... What is the schedule for active immunization ("tetanus shots" ...
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Tetanus (Lockjaw) vaccine info for parents, public, and healthcare professionals ... Vaccines Home > Vaccines & Preventable Diseases > Tetanus Vaccination ...
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... descriptions of tetanus, it was Carle and Rattone. in 1884 who first produced tetanus in animals ... are caused when tetanus toxin interferes with release of ...
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Tetanus (lockjaw) is an infectious disease caused by the bacteria Clostridium tetani. ... Tetanus occurs when a wound becomes contaminated with bacterial spores. ...
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Tetanus — Comprehensive overview covers symptoms, causes, prevention of this vaccine-preventable disease. ... Tetanus may be fatal despite treatment. ...
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Tetanus — Comprehensive overview covers symptoms, causes, prevention of this vaccine-preventable disease. ... Tetanus can cause severe muscle spasms, ...
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1. 2.1 Tetanus toxoid-induced immunity ... since its beginning: diphtheria, measles, pertussis, polio, tetanus, and. tuberculosis. ...
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Tetanus ... Tetanus is a potentially deadly nervous system disease due to the bacteria ... Tetanus often begins with mild spasms in the jaw muscles (lockjaw) ...
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Tetanus results from an intoxication. with tetanospasmin, the neurotoxin that ... The elucidation of tetanus was one of. the triumphs of the "golden age" of ...
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Contains links to information about Tetanus and the Tetanus Vaccine.
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Tetanus occurs more often in older people and in agricultural workers where ... If the patient has not had a tetanus toxoid booster in the previous 10 years, a ...
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... Fact Sheet, tetanus ... "Tetanus" is also available in Portable Document Format ... Neonatal (newborn) tetanus remains a major problem in many ...
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Tetanus spores are found throughout the environment, usually in soil, dust, and animal waste. Tetanus is preventable through immunization. ...
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