Epidemiology of Airborne Diseases. Dr. Yeşim YASİN Fall-2013. Outline. Basics of epidemiology Basics of airborne infections Epidemiology of “tuberculosis” Epidemiology of “measles ” Epidemiology of “influenza”. Introduction.By rumor
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MMR Measles, Mumps &Rubella By DR.I.SELVARAJ B. Sc., M.D., D.P.H., D.I.H., PGCH&FW( NIHFW, New Delhi) Indian Railways Medical Service ( Rtd ) Assistant Professor.
Measles. Highly contagious viral illnessFirst described in 7th centuryNear universal infection of childhood in prevaccination eraCommon and often fatal in developing areas. ConditionDiarrheaOtitis mediaPneumoniaEncephalitisHospitalizationDeath. Percent reported8760.1180.2. Measles Com
Measles. Highly contagious viral illness First described in 7th century Near universal infection of childhood in prevaccination era Frequent and often fatal in developing areas. Paramyxovirus (RNA)One antigenic typeHemagglutinin important surface antigenRapidly inactivated by heat and light
MEASLES. Dr. Harivansh Chopra, DCH, MD Professor,Community Medicine, LLRM Medical College, Meerut. firstname.lastname@example.org. Objectives. To study the epidemiology of Measles. To study the differential diagnosis of Measles. How Measles can be prevented.
Measles. introduction. Acute viral exanthematous fever Most contagious diseases known Leading cause of childhood deaths in developing countries. introduction. 6 million deaths of infants & children globally every year Measles vaccination marked decline
Measles. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/62/Measles_virus.JPG. Morbillivirus. Infection of the respiratory system Paramyxovirus Negative-sense single-stranded RNA Envelope virus. http://www.nature.com/nsmb/journal/v14/n12/images/nsmb1342-F1.jpg.
Measles. Highly contagious viral illness First described in 7th century Near universal infection of childhood in prevaccination era Common and often fatal in developing areas Paramyxovirus (RNA) Rapidly inactivated by heat and light. Measles Pathogenesis. Respiratory transmission of virus
MEASLES. RUBEOLA OR MORBILLI. DEFINITION. Measles is an acute highly contagious viral disease caused by measles virus.It is characterized by fever,URT catarrhal inflamation, koplik’s spots and ulemaculopaps.
Measles. Etiology. Measles virus is a spherical, nonsegmented, single-stranded, negative-sense RNA virus Morbillivirus genus in the family of Paramyxoviridae. killed by ultraviolet light and heat, necessitating a cold chain for vaccine transport and storage. Epidemiology.
Measles. History. The earliest description of measles- Arab physician, Abubacr (865-925 A.D.) Classical studies on the epidemiology of measles- Panum, 1846 Measles virus isolated- Enders and his colleagues, USA(1954) Measles vaccine first used in a clinical trial-1958