Infectious and Non Infection Diseases

Infectious Diseases
A disease that is caused by an agent that can be passed
from one living thing to another.

5 examples of infectious diseases
Bacterium – Strep throat,
Virus – Flu
Fungus- Athletes foot
Protozoan – Amebic Dysentary
Parasite – Malaria

Drug that kills bacteria

6 physical barriers of bodies defense system
Skin, Hairs, Tears, Mucus, Saliva, Stomach Acid

two common bacterial infections
Sinus Infection, Mono

3 common viral infections
Cold, flu, HIV

Immune System
Your bodies natural defense against a disease

What is the difference between Diabetes Type 1 and Type 2?
Type 1 is called juvenile diabetes because it starts when you are young. Type 2 is called adult onset because it usually occurs later in life

Human immunedeficiency virus a virus that attacks the human immune system

Acquired immune deficiency syndrome

noninfectious disease of the lungs

noninfectious disease that mutates cells

noninfectious disease where the body is inable to manufacture insulin

noninfectious disease that is a heart attack in the brain

heart attack
noninfectious disease that is a blockage in the heart that causes damage

3 symptoms of asthma
shortness of breath wheezing coughing

Why can you have HIV without AIDS
HIV is the virus that causes AIDS the disease

4 ways to spread aids
sexually, blood contact of transfusions, mother to baby, sharing needles

a disease that is spread throughout a large population

a disease spread worldwide

how many people in the U.S have HIV
800-900 thousand

How many people in Africa are infected
22.9 million

Protozoa that causes disease
amebic dysentry

3 parasites that cause disease
tapeworm, malaria, roundworm

3 fungal infections
Athletes foot, ringworm, jock itch

Why is it so hard to treat a virus
because viruses keep mutating

largest organ in the body
your skin

bloodborne pathogen
an infectious disease found in bodily fluids

everytime you see a bodily fluid you should assume it is

a preventive way not to get a virus

a virus you have to take before entering school
Hepatitsis B

What is infected when a person has hepititis

How many times more infecttious in Hepatits that AIDS

3 hepatitis strain

What hepitatis strain has a vaccine to help prevent the spread?
Hepatitis B

What kind of cell is osmosis jones
white blood cell

4 parts of the bodies immune system
macrophages, t-cells, b-cells, antibodies

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