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*  Globalization and disease
Early diseases that spread from Asia to Europe were bubonic plague, influenza of various types, and similar infectious diseases ... research suggests that diseases have been spread by all five transmission modes. The Age of Exploration generally refers to the ... National Center for Infectious Diseases, Division of Parasitic Diseases. "Lavaran and the Discovery of the Malaria Parasite" [ ... Etiology, the modern branch of science that deals with the causes of infectious disease, recognizes five major modes of disease ...
*  Neglected tropical diseases
Contagious disease Fecal-oral transmission Neglected Tropical Disease Research and Development Drugs for Neglected Diseases ... and infectious disease experts over which diseases are classified as neglected tropical diseases. Feasey, a researcher in ... Molyneux DH (2004). ""Neglected" diseases but unrecognised successes-challenges and opportunities for infectious disease ... Initiative Eradication of infectious diseases Global Network for Neglected Tropical Diseases Orphan diseases Hotez PJ (November ...
*  Infection
One of the ways to prevent or slow down the transmission of infectious diseases is to recognize the different characteristics ... Sexual transmission, with the resulting disease being called sexually transmitted disease Oral transmission, Diseases that are ... Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Infectious Disease Society of America (IDSA) Infectious Disease Index of the Public ... Infectious disease, also known as transmissible disease or communicable disease, is illness resulting from an infection. ...
*  Nathan Wolfe
Viral with the goal of developing an early warning system for pandemics to monitor the transmission of infectious diseases from ...
*  Domestic pig
The risk of cross-species disease transmission is decreased because of their increased phylogenetic distance from humans. They ... are readily available, their organs are anatomically comparable in size, and new infectious agents are less likely since they ... Porcine are used in finding treatments, cures for diseases, xenotransplantation, and for general education. They are also used ... Vieuille-Thomas, C.; Signoret, J.P. (1992). "Pheromonal transmission of an aversive experience in domestic pigs". Journal of ...
*  Xenotransplantation
Disease transmission (xenozoonosis) and permanent alteration to the genetic code of animals are also causes for concern. A few ... Researchers also do not know if an outbreak of infectious diseases could occur and if they could contain the outbreak even ... In addition, a major problem with the use of nonhuman primates is the increased risk of disease transmission, since they are so ... The risk of cross-species disease transmission is decreased because of their increased phylogenetic distance from humans. They ...
*  Antimicrobial surface
... and viruses to grow when in contact with the human body which allows for the transmission of infectious disease. Antimicrobial ... of disease-causing bacteria within just two hours when cleaned regularly. Copper and copper alloys are unique classes of solid ... and could include mammalian cells and cell types typically associated with disease such as bacteria, viruses, protozoans, and ...
*  Mycoplasma synoviae
The disease is most commonly seen in chickens, and transmission occurs both vertically and horizontally. Common clinical signs ... It is found throughout the world and infection may be referred to as Infectious Synovitis, Avian Mycoplasmosis, Infectious ... It causes disease in the joints, bones and respiratory system of birds. ... The disease is controlled with vaccination. Mycoplasma Mycoplasma synoviae, expert reviewed and published by Wikivet at http:// ...
*  Blood-borne disease
They often also provide addiction counseling services, infectious disease testing, and in some cases mental health care and/or ... and can reduce the risk of disease transmission. A technology using the synthetic psoralen, amotosalen HCl, and UVA light (320- ... A bloodborne disease is a disease that can be spread through contamination by blood and other body fluids. Bloodborne pathogens ... Vector-borne diseases include West Nile virus and malaria. Many bloodborne diseases can also be contracted by other means, ...
*  Malaria No More
... envisions a world free of mosquito transmission of infectious diseases, using innovative partnerships and ...
*  Carl Fl├╝gge
... and is remembered for performing extensive research involving the transmission of infectious diseases such as malaria, ...
*  Embryo transfer
... genetic material into populations of livestock while greatly reducing the risk for transmission of infectious diseases. Recent ...
*  FP-C
Administer appropriate pharmacology for the medical patient Prevent transmissions of infectious disease Provide appropriate ... crew uniforms and protective equipment Minimum crew training and staffing standards Cardiac Knowledge of cardiovascular disease ...
*  Economic epidemiology
The spread of an infectious disease is a population-level phenomenon, but decisions to prevent or treat a disease are typically ... Hadeler KP, Castillo-Chavez C (1995). "A core group model for disease transmission". Mathematical Biosciences. 128 (1-2): 41-55 ... Philipson, T. "Economic epidemiology and infectious disease". In Handbook of Health Economics. Edited by Cuyler AJ, Newhouse JP ... Gersovitz, M.; Hammer, J. S. (2003). "Infectious Diseases, Public Policy, and the Marriage of Economics and Epidemiology". The ...
*  Emergent virus
Novel virus Cross-species transmission National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (NCEZID) MicrobiologyBytes ... This includes viruses that are the cause of a disease which has notably increased in incidence; this is often a result of a ... Most often the virus, due to selection pressure for an animal version of the strain of disease to mutate and therefore adapt to ... The most important factor in the development of an emergent disease, to humans, is the ability to pass from animal host to ...
*  Tick
"Disease transmission". CVBD: Companion Vector-Borne Diseases. Retrieved 9 December 2016. Dennis & Piesman (2005): p. 5 ... Goddard, Jerome (2008). "Tick-borne diseases". Infectious Diseases and Arthropods. Springer. ISBN 978-1-60327-399-2. ... Certain infectious diseases of humans and other animals can be transmitted by ticks, the species of tick involved tending to be ... The ticks carried by migratory birds may act as reservoirs and vectors of infectious diseases. Over twenty strains of ...
*  PKIDs
... ' mission is to educate the public about infectious diseases, the methods of prevention and transmission, and the latest ... viral infectious diseases and educates the public on various methods of disease prevention. Founded in 1996 by a handful of ... PKIDs, which stands for Parents of Kids with Infectious Diseases, is a national nonprofit organization based in the United ... viral infectious diseases with emotional, financial, and informational support. http://www.chop.edu/consumer/jsp/division/ ...
*  Powdery mildew
... and other infectious diseases. Typically wooly aphids in sub temperate climates precede and are an indicator of various ... Wooly aphids (Eriosomatinae) and other sucking insects are often vectors of transmission for powdery mildew, ... Powdery mildew is a fungal disease that affects a wide range of plants. Powdery mildew diseases are caused by many different ... As the disease progresses, the spots get larger and denser as large numbers of asexual spores are formed, and the mildew may ...
*  Multi-drug-resistant tuberculosis
... fail to acknowledge that MDRTB is not a disease of poor people in distant places. The disease is infectious and airborne. ... Centers for Disease Control (CDC) (March 1991). "Transmission of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis from an HIV-positive client ... Infectious disease researchers Nachega & Chaisson report that 10% of the one million prisoners within the system have active TB ... Farmer, Paul (2001). "The Major Infectious Diseases in the World - to Treat or Not to Treat?". New England Journal of Medicine ...
*  Barrier nursing
Tropical Infectious Diseases: Principles, Pathogens and Practice (Third Edition). Edinburgh: W.B. Saunders. pp. 449-461. ISBN ... Simple barrier nursing is often used for marrow transplants, human Lassa virus transmission, viral hemorrhagic fever and other ... Tropical Infectious Diseases: Principles, Pathogens and Practice (Third Edition). Edinburgh: W.B. Saunders. pp. 449-461. ISBN ... Manson's Tropical Infectious Diseases (Twenty-Third Edition). London: W.B. Saunders. pp. 195-206.e2. ISBN 9780702051012. ...
*  Theobald Smith
This marked the first time that an arthropod had been definitively linked with the transmission of an infectious disease and ... Established by Congress to combat a wide range of animal diseases-from infectious disease of swine to bovine pneumonia, Texas ... Smith turned his attention to Texas fever, a debilitating cattle disease; this work is detailed in a chapter in Microbe Hunters ... Theobald Smith, Head of The New Department Of Animal Diseases At The Rockefeller Institute". The World's Work: A History of Our ...
*  Transstadial transmission
Case Studies in Infectious Disease. Garland Science. pp. 1695-6. ISBN 978-1-135-15313-7. Retrieved 3 April 2012. K.C. Ling ( ... Some sources consider transstadial transmission a type of horizontal transmission, whereas other sources consider it vertical ... This type of transmission is seen in other parasites like viruses or Rickettsia. In addition to ticks, mites are another common ... Transstadial transmission occurs when a pathogen remains with the vector from one life stage ("stadium") to the next. For ...
*  Diseases of abnormal polymerization
Many ADPs, including Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and Kuru, have an infectious nature and can be transmitted to other hosts ... resulting in the transmission of the original "seed" of polymerization. Spongiform encephalopathies Prion Disease (Kuru, CJD, ... The Journal of Infectious Diseases. 186 (s2): S157-S165. doi:10.1086/344575. ISSN 0022-1899. "DAPs". web.stanford.edu. ... GSS, BSE) Alzheimer's disease Sickle cell anemia Parkinsons Huntingtons disease Gibbs, Clarence J.; Asher, David M. (1996-01-01 ...
*  Orthohantavirus
Schmaljohn C, Hjelle B (1997). "Hantaviruses: a global disease problem". Emerging Infectious Diseases. 3 (2): 95-104. doi: ... Limited transmission via human-to-human contact has since been shown in Hantavirus outbreaks in Argentina. In 1993, an outbreak ... Lee HW (1989). "Hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome in Korea". Reviews of infectious diseases. 11 (Suppl 4): S864-76. PMID ... Park K, Kim CS, Moon KT (2004). "Protective Effectiveness of Hantavirus Vaccine". Emerging Infectious Diseases. 10 (12): 2218- ...
*  DMOZ - Health: Conditions and Diseases: Infectious Diseases: Parasitic: Giardiasis
Nicknames for the disease include Beaver Fever and the Rocky Mountain Trots. ... Advice for travelers on this infection including mode of transmission, occurrence, clinical signs, diagnosis, treatment and ... Nicknames for the disease include Beaver Fever and the Rocky Mountain Trots. ...
*  Renewable energy in developing countries
It can also provide power to supply the fresh water and sewerage services needed to reduce the spread of infectious diseases. ... In rural and remote areas, transmission and distribution of energy generated from fossil fuels can be difficult and expensive. ...