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What are the different mean by which infectious diseases are spread?

 What are the different mean by which infectious diseases are spread?

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Harshit Singh
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2 years ago
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The different means by which infectious diseases spread are:
(a) By body fluids: Fluids like blood, semen, mother's milk, when infected, can also cause diseases.
Example, AIDS.
(b) Through food and water: When one eats drinks contaminated food/water, that contains bacteria, vrirns, worm etc. it can cause diseases like cholera 'phoid, hepatitis,
(c) Trough contact: Many diseases spread by contact of infected person with the healthy person,
Example, fungal infections, skin diseases, scabies etc.
(d) By sexual contact: Many diseases can be transmitted, example, syphilis, AIDS.
(e) Vectors: The organism that spreads a disease by carrying pathogens from one place to another is called vector. Example, mosquitoes are vectors that carry pathogens like protozoa.
(f) Vectors: The organism that spreads a disease by carrying pathogens from one place to another is called vector. Example, mosquitoes are vectors that carry pathogens like protozoa.



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