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Infectious

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  1. Mar 12,  · Infectious mononucleosis, or "mono", is an infection usually caused by the Epstein-Barr virus. The virus spreads through saliva, which is why it's sometimes called "kissing disease." Mono occurs most often in teens and young adults.
  2. Infectious diseases designated as notifiable at the national level during Infectious diseases designated as notifiable at the national level during Skip directly to search Skip directly to A to Z list Skip directly to navigation Skip directly to .
  3. Infectious virus was also isolated from urine of a patient with severe COVID However, it is unclear whether the virus in feces is infectious and might be an additional source for transmission. However, it is unclear whether the virus in feces is infectious and might be an additional source for transmission.
  4. IDSA, HIVMA Urge Inclusion of People Living with HIV in COVID Clinical Trials. In a letter sent Wednesday to officials heading federal efforts to develop a vaccine against COVID, leaders of the Infectious Diseases Society of America and its HIV Medicine Association have urged that participation in clinical trials of vaccine candidates be open to people living with HIV.
  5. Although the infectious period is generally accepted to be 10 days after onset of infection, eliciting contacts during the entire 10 days before obtaining the specimen that tested positive for COVID is likely inefficient. In most situations an exposed provider cannot recall all contacts over the preceding 10 days. Also, because recent data.
  6. infectious disease one due to organisms ranging in size from viruses to parasitic worms; it may be contagious in origin, result from nosocomial organisms, or be due to endogenous microflora from the nose and throat, skin, or bowel. See also communicable disease.
  7. Infectious disease, in medicine, a process caused by an agent, often a type of microorganism, that impairs a person’s health. In many cases, infectious disease can be spread from person to person, either directly (e.g., via skin contact) or indirectly (e.g., via contaminated food or water).
  8. ‘The dog had an infectious energy, a boisterous nature, that spread wherever he bounded.’ ‘He grinned slowly, an infectious smile that soon spread, spanning ear to ear.’ ‘Not only that, but it's the infectious happiness of the manner, with the very sterile, factual detailing of demise that is .

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