Artificial induction of immunity
... Pasteur provided support for a germ theory of infectious
disease, we have increasingly induced immunity ... cause specific diseases, Pasteur isolated the infectious
agent from anthrax . He then derived a vaccine by altering the infectious
agent so as to make it harmless and then ...
... lay a positive role in containing a continuing infectious
hazard, it can also lead to progessive tissue ... - Gastroenterology - Hematology - infectious
disease - Intensive care medicine (Critical ... / Low vision
Commonly associated infectious
Trachoma - Onchocerciasis
... century, major advances in the treatment of infectious
diseases were observable in (Western) societies. ... and operations , injuries, past infectious
diseases and/or vaccinations , history of known ...
Intensive care medicine
... The 14 health indicators surveyed comprise of 11 infectious
Influenza -like illness (ILI) ... Virus ( HCV ) since 2000
as well as 3 non infectious
Asthma since 2002,
Suicidal ... (WHO) in the electronic surveillance of infectious
... sign of various underlying disorders; when a patient presents with cachexia, a doctor will generally consider the possibility of cancer , certain infectious
diseases (e.g. tuberculosis , AIDS ) and some autoimmune disorders . Cachexia physically weakens patients to a state of immobility stemming from ...
... state can be induced in a susceptible host by the introduction of diseased tissue extract from an afflicted donor. The best known form of such infectious
(or transmissible) proteopathy is prion disease , which can be transmitted by exposure of a host organism to purified prion protein in a ...