NTA-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Social Medicine (Paper-II) Epidemiology of Diseases-Control of Communicable Diseases Study Material (Page 1 of 2)

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Control of Communicable Diseases

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Control of Communicable Diseases

  • Communicable diseases prevented by reducing the vector population and contamination by direct intimate touch, by indirect abolishment of carriers that propagate disease.
  • Maintain personal hygiene, sanitation, maintain sterile conditions, had good habits, while coughing and sneezing one has to close his mouth or cover with cloth, before after going to the bathroom one has to wash (antibacterial) hands, must have conscious about flys and all contaminant vectors, maintain cleanliness, aggregate dry and wet wastage, sort out trash as per the material basis,
  • Whereas malaria, dengue is spread through mosquitoes these are vector-borne diseases

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Control of Communicable Disease - Malaria: Prevention Measure, Personal Preventive Measure, Management and Treatment of Malaria, Introduction Antimalarial Vaccine Development

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  • Malaria is an acute sub acute infectious disease caused by one of four protozoan species with the genus plasmodium. Mosquito-borne disease.
  • Transmitted by Anopheles mosquitoes, some times it occurred through blood transmission, and congenital needle sharing, organ transplantation.

Prevention measure

Chemo prophylaxis measure those are a preventive measure to malaria, they prevent disease development. It’s only for travelers to malaria-endemic countries. the choice of drugs depends on a travel destination, the duration of exposure to vector, parasite resistant patterns level and seasonality of transmission, physical param

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