General infection theory



Summary - General infection theory

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Therapy - General infection theory

Preventive therapy is aimed at preventing infestation from developing into inflammation. When an inflammation or disease has developed,...

Defense mechanisms - General infection theory

The human body can defend itself against invading pathogens with physiological defense mechanisms. Some people 'derail' these normal...

Ignitions - General infection theory

First of all, the list of conditions under which an inflammation can arise is repeated and then the symptoms (symptoms) of local and...

Transfer of microorganisms - General infection theory

From a contamination source, micro-organisms can move through suitable contamination routes. Various types of cohabitation can develop...

Types of microorganisms - General infection theory

Microorganisms or microbes are microscopic organisms that exist as unicellular, multicellular, or cell clusters. Microorganims are...

Terminology - General infection theory

The body of an infected person can react to the infection by developing a local defense process (local inflammatory reaction) or by...

Introduction - General infection theory

It started in England, where in London in 1846 the first operation under 'narcosis' was carried out with the aid of the inhalation...

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