7 edition of Tuberculosis as a disease of the masses and how to combat it found in the catalog.
Reprint of the 1908 ed. published by F.P. Flori, New York.
|Statement||S. Adolphus Knopf.|
|Series||Public health in America|
|LC Classifications||RA644.T7 K69 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||104 p. :|
|Number of Pages||104|
|LC Control Number||76040633|
International Journal of Infectious Diseases. Tuberculosis (TB): Trends in Tuberculosis, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Octo Tuberculosis (TB): Drug-Resistant TB. Abstract. Originally published in German in "The 'International Congress to Combat Tuberculosis as a Disease of the Masses', which convened at Berlin, May 24 to 27, , awarded the International Prize to this work through its committee on J "Mode of access: Internet.
The editors of The Return of the White Plague state that the history of tuberculosis is a story of medical failure, but clearly there is political failure here also, despite the huge efforts of WHO and directly observed treatment. The editors' intent is to provide a survey of current thought on the spread and control of tuberculosis, and their book, written by 27 international authors based Author: David Mitchell. At the height of the book scare, news outlets reported that dust from library books could spread infectious diseases such as tuberculosis, smallpox and scarlet fever. (kevron / iStock) By Author: Joseph Hayes.
“TB” is short for a disease called tuberculosis. TB is spread through the air from one person to another. TB germs are passed through the air when someone who is sick with TB disease of the lungs or throat coughs, speaks, laughs, sings, or sneezes. Anyone near the sick person with TB disease can breathe TB germs into their lungs. The human type (Mycobacterium tuberculosis), first identified in by Robert Koch, is spread by people themselves. It is the most common one. It is the most common one. The bovine type (M. bovis) is spread by infected cattle but is no longer a threat in areas where pasteurization of milk and the health of cattle are strictly supervised.
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Excerpt from Tuberculosis as a Disease of the Masses, and How to Combat It The foregoing regulations were published in. Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by : Edward O.
Otis. Tuberculosis as a Disease of the Masses, and How to-Combat It. By S. Knopf, of New York. Adapted for English use by J. Barbour, M.D. 76; 25 figures. The volume is intended to give to the general public such ideas regarding pulmonary tuberculosis and tuberculosis of other organs as will best enable them to resist it and ward off infection and to meet the early symptoms and predisposition in the best and most successful way.
"The 'International Congress to Combat Tuberculosis as a Disease of the Masses,' which convened at Berlin, May 24th to 27th,awarded the International Prize to this work through its Committee on July 31st, " "Translated by the author"--T.p. verso. Electronic reproduction.
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Publication date Topics Tuberculosis Publisher London: Rebman, Limited. The new edition of this essay is considerably enlarged and improved, and will doubtless prove as useful in the future as the other editions have in the past.
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His book Tuberculosis as a disease of the masses and how to combat it was awarded the international prize by the International Congress to Combat Tuberculosis as a Disease of the Masses. This work led to the formation of the Committee for the Prevention of Tuberculosis by New York health professionals and the local business and social elite.
Born: NovemHalle-on-the-Saale, Germany. Zoonotic diseases are the diseases or infections which are naturally transmitted between animals and humans, for example, tuberculosis, brucellosis, leptospirosis, and so on.
In most cases, animals play an essential role in maintaining, distributing, and actually transmitting the Cited by: 2. Tuberculosis and How to Combat It; A Book for the Patient (Inglês) Capa comum him the fact that his enemies are still with him and that he has a part in preventing them from again causing an active disease.
It is unwise from another psychological standpoint for it causes people to believe that tuberculosis cannot be successfully combated Format: Capa Comum. Many people who have latent TB infection never develop TB disease.
But some people who have latent TB infection are more likely to develop TB disease than others. Those at high risk for developing TB disease include: People who became infected with TB bacteria in the last 2 years.
People who are sick with other diseases that weaken the immune. Tuberculosis as a disease of the masses and how to combat it: with supplement on home hygiene. book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Knopf, S.
Adolphus (Sigard Adolphus), Tuberculosis as a disease of the masses and how to combat it. New York, The Survey, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: S Adolphus Knopf.
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Tuberculosis (TB) is an airborne disease caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB) that usually affects the lungs leading to severe coughing, fever, and chest pains. Although current research in the past four years has provided valuable insight into TB transmission, diagnosis, and treatment, much remains to be discovered to effectively decrease the incidence of and eventually eradicate by: Tuberculosis as a disease of the masses and how to combat it.
New York: F.P. Flori, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: S Adolphus Knopf. The Interactive Core Curriculum on Tuberculosis: What the Clinician Should Know provides clinicians and other public health professionals with information on diagnosing and treating latent TB infection and TB disease.
The target audience of the course is clinicians caring for people with or at high risk for TB disease. Interactive Core Curriculum. The global burden of tuberculosis. Tuberculosis ranks alongside HIV/AIDS as the top infectious killer worldwide, with million new incident cases and million deaths estimated to have occurred in 2 Of note, more than two thirds of the global TB burden is reported in Africa and Asia, and in absolute terms India, Indonesia and China account for the highest number of TB cases Cited by: TB disease in the lungs or throat can be infectious.
This means that the bacteria can be spread to other people. TB in other parts of the body, such as the kidney or spine, is usually not infectious. People with TB disease are most likely to spread it to people they spend time with every day.