Typhoid fever is a disease caused by the bacterium Salmonella Typhi (S. Typhi). It damages the small intestines (gut) and develops high fever, stomach pain and other symptoms
Dengue fever is transmitted by an Aedes mosquito infected with a dengue virus. The mosquito becomes infected once it bites infected person with dengue virus in their blood.
Monkey pox in both humans and animals is caused by monkey pox virus which is a double stranded DNA virus. The virus is commonly seen in tropical rainforest regions of central and West Africa.
Ring worm infection of the body is known as tinea corporis which is a rash caused by fungi that live on the cells in the external layer of your skin.
Appendicitis is the most familiar cause of abdominal pain which results in surgery. If appendicitis is left untreated it may cause the organ to burst by the inflammation.
Mucormycosis is commonly known as black fungus which is a rare condition but also a serious fungal infection. It is caused by a kind of fungi called mucoromycetes.
Hepatitis C spreads through body fluid contact with the hepatitis C infected person. It enters into your bloodstream through blood transfusion, saliva contamination or sexual contact.
Dirty, damp cloths are the correct place for germs to spread. Always store these clothes in a dry place to prevent food poisoning.
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If the patient gets the infection after admission to the hospital then it is called as nosocomial infection.
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