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Prevention and Control of Diseases and Health Conditions

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Prevention and Control of Diseases and Health Conditions
Classification of Diseases & Health Problems • Communicable (infectious) vs. Noncommunicable (noninfectious) Diseases – Communicable: caused by specific ...
Epidemiology: Prevention and Control of Diseases and Health Conditions document is originally wrote by Ball State. This book consistf of 30 pages and about 1.26 MB in size. If you want to download this pdf document you can click here. In this book you can read topics about Infectious disease, Health, Chronic (medicine), Conditions and Diseases, Animal, Disease, World Health Organization, Rakesh Kumar.
More topics you can find in Epidemiology: Prevention and Control of Diseases and Health Conditions pdf are about Health Conditions Chapter, communicable disease agent, susceptible host, disease model host, Infectivity, exit mission, genetic endowment, disease-causing agent, Transmission Establishment Pathogen, source host, Pathogen Portal Reservoir, Infection, entry– agent, Complex etiologies, Key terms.
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Animal, Chronic (medicine), Conditions and Diseases, Disease, Health, Infectious disease, Rakesh Kumar, World Health Organization

Community Health: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow Epidemiology: Prevention and Control of Diseases and Health Conditions Chapter 4 Classification of Diseases & Health Problems • Communicable (infectious) vs. Noncommunicable (noninfectious) Diseases – Communicable: caused by specific biological agent or its product and can be transmitted from infected to susceptible host – Noncommunicable: one that cannot be transmitted from infected to susceptible host • Acute vs. Chronic Diseases & Illnesses – Acute: last 3 months or less – Chronic: last more than 3 months Causative Agents for Diseases & Injuries Classification of Diseases Communicable Diseases • Key terms – Infectivity: the ability of a biological agent to enter and grow in a host – Pathogenicity: the capability of a communicable disease agent to cause disease in a susceptible host • Communicable disease model Host Agent Environment Communicable Disease Model – 1 Agent– the element that must be present in order for cause of the disease to occur Communicable Disease Model – 2 Host– Any susceptible organism invaded by an infectious agent Agent Communicable Disease Model – 3 Host Agent Environment– All other factors that inhibit or promote disease transmission Chain of Infection – 1 A model to conceptualize the transmission of a communicable disease from its source to a susceptible host Chain of Infection – 2 • Pathogen– the disease-causing agent (e.g., virus, bacteria, rickettsiae, protozoa, fungi& yeasts, nematoda) Chain of Infection – 3 • Reservoir– the habitat in which an infectious agent normally lives & grows – Human: Anthroponoses; symptomatic or asymptomatic – Animal: Zoonoses– Environmental: Plants, soil, & water Chain of Infection – 4 • Portal of exit– the path by which an agent leaves the source host Chain of Infection –
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Animal, Chronic (medicine), Conditions and Diseases, Disease, Health, Infectious disease, Rakesh Kumar, World Health Organization


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