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*  National Intelligence Assessments on Infectious Diseases
Nevertheless, the disease is spreading to wider circles through heterosexual transmission in India, the movement of infected ... "Emerging Infectious Diseases: A CDC Perspective", Emerging Infectious Diseases, 7 (3, Supplement): 494-495, doi:10.3201/ ... have strong records in combating infectious diseases, infectious disease prevalence in South and Southeast Asia is almost as ... in which such noninfectious diseases as heart disease and cancer would replace infectious diseases as the overarching global ...
*  Sociality and disease transmission
"Global perspectives for prevention of infectious diseases associated with mass gatherings". The Lancet Infectious Diseases. 12 ... Furthermore, the degree to which social grouping strategies may promote or block the transmission of infectious diseases. "I ... The degree to which social behavior among animals influences the transmission of infectious disease. ... In regions where infectious disease threat was lower, people trended toward more liberal sexual practices, more extroverted ...
*  Induced stem cells
In addition, transfusion risks infectious disease transmission. A large supply of safe RBCs generated in vitro would help to ... Chronic lung diseases such as idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis and cystic fibrosis or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and ... Stroke and many neurodegenerative disorders such as Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis ... Diseases that attack myelin, such as multiple sclerosis, result in nerve signals that cannot propagate to nerve endings and as ...
*  Eucharist
No case of transmission of an infectious disease related to a common communion cup has ever been documented. The most likely ... Risk of infectious disease transmission related to use of a common communion cup is low, to the point of being undetectable. ... "Risk of Infectious Disease Transmission from a Common Communion Cup". American Journal of Infection Control. 26 (5): 538-539. ... International Journal of Infectious Diseases. 17 (11): e945-e948. doi:10.1016/j.ijid.2013.05.001. PMID 23791225. Archbishops ...
*  Mathematical modelling of infectious disease
Grassly NC, Fraser C (June 2008). "Mathematical models of infectious disease transmission". Nat. Rev. Microbiol. 6 (6): 477-87 ... An Introduction to Infectious Disease Modelling. Retrieved 2016-02-15. An introductory book on infectious disease modelling and ... The modeling of infectious diseases is a tool which has been used to study the mechanisms by which diseases spread, to predict ... transmission of the infectious disease in that population will stop. This is known as elimination of the infection and is ...
*  Social distancing
Evidence suggesting that mass gatherings increase the potential for infectious disease transmission is inconclusive. There is ... Emerging Infectious Diseases, Vol. 12, No. 12, December 2006. Thomas V. Inglersby et al, "Disease Mitigation Measures in the ... During the 2003 SARS outbreak in Canada, "community quarantine" was used to reduce transmission of the disease with moderate ... The Lancet Infectious Diseases. 9 (8): 473-481. doi:10.1016/s1473-3099(09)70176-8. Kumar S, Crouse Quinn S, Kim KH, Daniel LH, ...
*  Automatic soap dispenser
They function to conserve the amount of soap used and stem infectious disease transmission. The idea for the first dispenser ... The filth, poverty, disease that permeated nineteenth century's society was drastically reduced by revolutionary sanitation ... Although several other advances... can be etiologically and temporally related to some of these diseases, the causal evidence ( ... Aiello, Allison E.; Elaine L. Larson & Richard Sedlak (2008). "Against Disease: The Impact of Hygiene and Cleanliness on Health ...
*  Iterated filtering
... methods have so far been used most extensively to study infectious disease transmission dynamics. Case ...
*  C1-inhibitor
Risks of infectious disease transmission (viruses, prions, etc.) and relative expense of isolation prevented widespread use. It ... In addition to the episodes of facial swelling and/or abdominal pain, it also predisposes to autoimmune diseases, most markedly ... Stein PE, Carrell RW (February 1995). "What do dysfunctional serpins tell us about molecular mobility and disease?". Nature ... an anti-inflammatory agent and its potential use in the treatment of diseases other than hereditary angioedema". ...
*  William Latimer
... including infectious disease transmission, incarceration and addiction. Latimer has conducted studies to prevent infectious ... Latimer has published over 100 papers on neurodevelopmental factors related to infectious disease transmission, treatment ... William W. Latimer is an infectious disease epidemiologist. He is the founding dean of the City University of New York, Lehman ... Injection and non-injection drug use and infectious disease in Baltimore City: Differences by race. Addictive behaviors, 39(9 ...
*  Ira Longini
These methods are then used to create mathematical models which predict infectious disease transmission and indicate methods ... Longini develops mathematical statistical methods to estimate the transmission and natural history of infectious diseases. ... disease progression and the analysis of infectious disease data based on these models. He designs and analyses vaccine and ... and other natural infectious disease threats such as pandemic influenza or another SARS-like infectious agent. ...
*  Mallinckrodt, Inc. v. Medipart, Inc.
However, Mallinckrodt asserted to the court that "potential adverse consequences, such as infectious disease transmission" ...
*  Hereditary angioedema
... is a recombinant C1 inhibitor approved in the US and Europe that does not carry the risk of infectious disease transmission due ... Because hereditary angioedema is an autosomal inheritable disease, there is no gender difference in transmission and both sexes ... Recognizing HAE is often difficult due to the wide variability in disease expression. The course of the disease is diverse and ... depicts autosomal dominant transmission. Here, the father (individual A) with a mutated gene for HAE, has the disease while his ...
*  Anderson Gray McKendrick
... a general theory of infectious disease transmission. W. M. Hirsch gives this picture of the man: "McKendrick was a truly ...
*  Critical community size
... models in epidemiology Epidemic model Epidemiology Force of infection Mathematical modelling of infectious disease Transmission ...
*  Autotransfusion
... risk of infectious disease transmission, restricted homologous blood supply or other medical situations for which the use of ... High levels of 2,3‑DPG Normothermic pH relatively normal Lower risk of infectious diseases Functionally superior cells Lower ... "Surgical treatment of bantis disease", Surg Gynec Obstet, 25: 188 Maynard, R. L. (1929), "Case of ruptured extra-uterine ...
*  Springsure Hospital Museum
... mainly because of the miasma theory of disease transmission, which blamed infectious diseases on noxious vapours arising from ... Councils were also expected to provide hospital wards for the treatment of infectious diseases. In 1920 the Bauhinia Shire ... The 1884 Health Act made local governments responsible for the treatment of infectious disease, ...
*  Harm reduction
... infectious disease transmission, and violence.[not in citation given] Decriminalisation as a harm-reduction strategy gives the ... HIV education, HIV testing, condom use, and safer-sex negotiation greatly decreases the risk to the disease. In the case of ... HIV education, HIV testing, condom use, and safer-sex negotiation greatly decreases the risk to the disease. Peer education as ... Many advocates argue that prohibitionist laws criminalise people for suffering from a disease and cause harm; for example, by ...
*  Environmental engineering
... water is treated to minimize the risk of infectious disease transmission, the risk of non-infectious illness, and to create a ... Furthermore, it is concerned with finding plausible solutions in the field of public health, such as waterborne diseases, ... The introduction of drinking water treatment and sewage treatment in industrialized countries reduced waterborne diseases from ... century when Joseph Bazalgette designed the first major sewerage system that reduced the incidence of waterborne diseases such ...
*  Toilet plume
Jones, RM; Brosseau, L. M. (May 2015). "Aerosol transmission of infectious disease". Journal of Occupational and Environmental ... Disease transmission through droplet nuclei is not a concern for many pathogens, because they are not excreted in feces or ... A 1975 study by Charles P. Gerba popularized the concept of disease transmission through toilet plumes. The term "toilet plume ... There is no direct experimental evidence on disease transmission by toilet aerosols. Whether or not aerosols can contain ...
*  Venison
"Chronic Wasting Disease and Potential Transmission to Humans". Emerging Infectious Diseases. Centers for Disease Control and ... Since it is unknown whether chronic wasting disease (CWD), a transmissible spongiform encephalopathy among deer (similar to mad ... cow disease), can pass from deer to humans through the consumption of venison, there have been some fears of contamination of ...
*  Field dressing (hunting)
"Chronic Wasting Disease and Potential Transmission to Humans". Emerging Infectious Diseases. CDC. 10 (6): 977-984. doi:10.3201/ ... Chronic wasting disease (CWD) is a rare neurological disease and has been found in a minute percentage of deer and elk in ... Although there have been reports in the popular press of humans being affected by CWD, a study by the Centers for Disease ... ore epidemiologic and laboratory studies are needed to monitor the possibility of such transmissions." The epidemiologcial ...
*  Deer farm
"Chronic Wasting Disease and Potential Transmission to Humans". Emerging Infectious Diseases. Centers for Disease Control and ... Since Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD), a transmissible spongiform encephalopathy similar to Mad Cow Disease, can pass from wild ... New Zealand appears to be free of Chronic Wasting Disease. The New Zealand Ministry of Agriculture undertakes an extensive ... testing programme which would identify the disease if it occurred in the national deer herd. Deer hunting Farming Belay, Ermias ...
*  Transmission (medicine)
Tracking the transmission of infectious diseases is called disease surveillance. Surveillance of infectious diseases in the ... Horizontal Disease Transmission, online-medical-dictionary.org. date ? Routes of transmission of infectious diseases agents ... although all contagious diseases are infectious, not all infectious diseases are contagious). These diseases can also be ... An infectious disease agent can be transmitted in two ways: as horizontal disease agent transmission from one individual to ...
*  Fibropapillomatosis
The FP is an infectious disease with horizontal transmission. An alphaherpesvirus called fibropapilloma-associated turtle ... The first documented case of the disease was in 1938 in Key West, Florida. Long-term studies found no signs of the disease on ... transmitting the disease to other individuals. The disease is thought to have a multifactorial cause, including a tumour- ... which is similar to other virus-induced tumour diseases in other species, such as Marek's disease in poultry. FP affects green ...
*  Norovirus
Shirato H (2011). "Norovirus and histo-blood group antigens". Japanese Journal of Infectious Diseases. 64 (2): 95-103. PMID ... Transmission routes are fecal-oral and contamination. When a person becomes infected with norovirus, the virus is replicated ... In the United States it is the cause of about half of food-borne disease outbreaks. The disease is named after Norwalk, Ohio ... "Norovirus: Technical Fact Sheet". National Center for Infectious Diseases, CDC. Goodgame R (2006). "Norovirus gastroenteritis ...
*  Transmission rate
... can be: In the context of computer data: Bit rate In the context of infectious diseases: Transmission risks ...