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Lecture IV. BIOLOGICAL FACTORS OF THE EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT. INFECTIOUS DISEASES
Among the biological factors that are subject to normalization are those that in one way or another can harm the human body. First of all, these are pathogenic (pathogenic) pathogens of an infectious and invasive nature (bacteria, viruses, fungi, helminths, protozoa), their vital products (toxins, enzymes), various allergens, etc.
Pathogenic microorganisms act on the human body, like chemicals, on a dose-time-effect basis. Therefore, it is necessary to control them quantitatively, i.e. carry out rationing.
The natural habitat of pathogenic pathogens is the human or animal organism.
One of the tasks of hygiene is the prevention of all diseases, including infectious diseases, arising as a result of the introduction of specific pathogens of a particular disease into the human or animal organism (infection - introduction, infection).
The causative agents of infections (microbes) are divided into:
- saprophytes, living and reproducing in the external environment, feeding on dead organic materials;
- parasites penetrate the body, multiply and produce poisons (toxins).
The relevance of the fight against infectious diseases and its complexity led to the separation of an independent science - epidemiology (from the Greek words epi - for; demos - people).
The epidemic is a widespread among the population of infectious diseases that cover large groups of people.
A pandemic is an extremely widespread infectious disease spanning entire continents or the entire globe.
Her tasks are:
- identification of the source of infection;
- study of the mechanism of infection;
- patterns of infection;
- study of the ways of spreading and extinction of epidemics;
- development of infection control measures.
Epidemiology and hygiene are inextricably linked and serve the cause of protecting public health.
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Lecture IV. BIOLOGICAL FACTORS OF THE EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT. INFECTIOUS DISEASES
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