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Harmful Microbes Infectious MicrobeDisease Bacteria Bacterial meningitis, Chlamydia, MRSA Virus AIDS, Chicken pox, Flu, Measles, Glandular Fever Fungi Thrush Infectious Microbe
SymptomsDisease Asymptomatic Chlamydia, MRSA Fever Flu, Measles, Chicken pox, Bacterial meningitis Rash Bacterial meningitis, Chicken pox, Measles, Sore throat Flu, Glandular fever Tiredness Glandular fever, Lesions AIDS Whitish discharge Chlamydia, Thrush Symptoms Harmful Microbes
TransmissionDisease Sexual contact Chlamydia, AIDS, Thrush Blood Bacterial meningitis, AIDS Touch Flu, Measles, Chicken pox, MRSA Inhalation Flu, Measles, Chicken pox, Bacterial meningitis Mouth to mouth Flu, Glandular fever Transmission Harmful Microbes
PreventionDisease Wash hands Flu, Measles, Chicken pox, MRSA, Bacterial meningitis Cover coughs and sneezes Flu, Measles, Chicken pox, Bacterial meningitis Use a condom Chlamydia, AIDS, Thrush Avoid unnecessary antibiotic use MRSA*, Thrush Vaccination Chicken pox, Measles, Flu Prevention of Infection Harmful Microbes
TreatmentDisease Antibiotics Chlamydia, Bacterial meningitis, MRSA* Bed Rest Chicken pox, Glandular fever, Measles, Flu Antifungals Thrush Fluid Intake Chicken pox, Glandular fever, Measles, Flu Treatment of Infection Harmful Microbes
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Communicable/Infectious Diseases What are they and how are they spread?
“The Flu” influenza Diseases Unit Health Science Mr. Sheldon.
micro-organisms Microbes or micro-organisms can only be seen through a microscope. soil, air, water There are millions of microbes in the soil, air,
COMMUNICABLE DISEASES Communicable Disease- a disease that is spread from one living thing to another through the environment. Pathogen – an organism that.
Preventing Infectious Disease LESSON 3-2. Objectives TSW summarize direct and indirect ways common infectious diseases can be transmitted. TSW describe.
Microbes are Tiny Living Things Microbes or micro-organisms can only be seen through a microscope. Microbes or micro-organisms can only be seen through.
Infectious Respiratory Diseases Communicable Diseases Unit Lesson 2.
Comparing Microbes Microbes and Infectious Disease The who, what, when, and how of microbes and infectious disease.
Coach Utt Health. Definition and Causes Communicable Disease- A disease that is spread from one living thing to another or through the environment Caused.
Valerie Guevara,Ivette Betancourt Influenza. The influenza is caused by RNA viruses of the family Orthomyxoviridae.
Diseases Essential Question: How do microbes influence the treatment/prevention of a disease?
Acute Bronchitis By: Rachel Kim. What it is … Acute Bronchitis is the inflammation of the large bronchi in the lungs. Usually this condition lasts for.
Communicable (Infectious) Disease. Any agent that causes disease –Viruses –Fungi –Protozoans –Bacteria –Parasites Pathogens.
Microbes. Microbe- a microscopic organism Another word for microorganism Usually unicellular Many different shapes Carry out life functions.
COMMUNICABLE DISEASES CHAPTER 8. WHAT ARE COMMUNICABLE DISEASES? Pathogens - living organisms or particles that can cause disease Communicable disease.
Communicable Diseases Cover your mouth when you sneeze, or risk spreading the disease!
The Chain of Infection How diseases spread. The Chain of Infection Source of Infection There needs to be someone or something carrying the bad microbes.
Should my child Go to school Today?. Impetigo Coughs & Colds Flu & Swine Flu German Measles Chicken Pox & Measles Diarrhoea & Vomiting Scabies Threadworm.
Common Infectious Diseases 1.State why disease affects everybody. 2.Identify bacteria Diseases and describe their symptoms and ways they spread. 3.Identify.
What is an Infectious Disease? Any disease that is caused by an agent that has invaded the body. These are caused by: Person to person contact Food and.
Unit 12. Microorganisms Non pathogens - useful to our body, do not cause disease. Help process cheese, bake bread… Pathogen- cause disease/ infection.
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Communicable Diseases In this lesson, you will Learn About… The differences between a cold and the flu. Some common communicable diseases. Which communicable.
Facts About the Common Cold Colds are one of the most frequently occurring communicable diseases. ▫They are so common because they are spread in several.
Data Source: Centers For Disease Control and Prevention 1.
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