HOW DISEASES SPREAD
Air-borne infections spread when bacteria or viruses travel on dust particles or small respiratory droplets that become aerosolized when an infected person sneezes or coughs.
Healthy people can inhale the infectious droplets or the droplets can land on their eyes, nose, and mouth. People who inhale the airborne germ do not have to have a face to face contact or be in the same room as the infected person.
It is because of this factor that hospitals have special air handling and ventilation systems in “some rooms” to protect their patients. These ventilation systems are mostly not mobile.
Types of Airborne Diseases
Many diseases are spread through the air including these 6 diseases mentioned below:
1. The common cold: millions of cases of the common cold occur each year in the world. Most adults get two or three colds a year. Children tend to get them more frequently. The common cold is the top reason for absences at school and work. The cold virus is called the Rhinovirus.
2. Influenza: most people have had experiences with the flu. It spreads easily because it is very contagious. Symptoms are noticed after a day of infection. It remains contagious for another 5-7 days. The flu has many strains that change constantly making it difﬁcult for the human body to develop immunity.
3. Chickenpox: This is caused by the Varicella zoster virus. This virus takes a day or two in infected persons before they get the telltale rash. It takes 21 days after exposure for the disease to develop. It causes an itchy rash that starts from the chest, face, and back before spreading round the body. Infected persons experience this epidemic once, if there are cases of this virus resurfacing, it becomes a painful skin condition called shingles.
4. Measles: measles virus is a non-segmented negative-strand RNA virus classiﬁed within the family Paramycoviridae, genus Morbillivirus. It is transmitted by aerosols with infection initiating in the respiratory tract. The virus spreads to the second lymphoid tissue followed by viremia 7 days following infections. This disseminates the virus to epithelial tissue in various organs and the skin. (Grifﬁn, 2010). The infected individual develops a range of symptoms including fever, cough and a characteristic maculopapular rash. The virus is highly contagious. In a small proportion of cases, the virus persists in neurological tissue in a condition called Subacute Sclerosing Pan Encephalitis (SSPE), which leads to the destruction of the neurons and death.
5. Whooping cough (pertussis): this respiratory illness causes swelling of the airways that results in a persistent hacking cough.
6. Tuberculosis (TB): also known as consumption is an air-borne disease but this bacterial infection doesn’t spread easily. People with a weakened immune system have the greatest risk of developing this disease. Symptoms can appear within days of exposure, for some, it takes months or years to get activated. When the disease is active, bacterium rapidly multiplies and attacks the lungs. It spreads through the blood, lymph nodes to other organs, bones or skin.
Major Means of Transmission
Many air-borne virus transmission studies focus on indoor environments such as hospitals, laboratories, schools, and animal husbandry facilities. The capacity for transmission is much greater in these environs due to issues such as recirculated air, confined space, and proximity to a viral source. Viruses have been detected in association with fog, clouds, smoke, and dust in the atmosphere.
Human activity congregating in large numbers promotes transmission of air-borne viruses. Activities such as school, universities or sporting events are all high-risk activities for contracting air-borne diseases. This brings susceptible individuals into close contact with those that are infected.
How to Prevent Bacteria and Viruses
Infections are caused by microscopic organisms known as pathogens, bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites that enter the body, multiply and interfere with normal functions. The ﬁrst line of defense is to keep germs at bay by following good hygiene habits.
- Wash your hands well. Wash them after using the bathroom, before preparing or eating food, after blowing your nose, coughing, sneezing or caring for a sick person.
- Cover a cough. Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you sneeze or cough then dispose of it. If no tissue is handy, cough or sneezes into your elbow rather than into your hands.
- Do not pick at healing wounds or blemishes or squeeze pimples.
- Don’t share dishes, glasses or eating utensils with an infected person.
- Avoid direct contact with napkins, tissues, handkerchiefs or similar items used by others.
In all these preventive measures, we know we can only honestly keep to a few constantly. In our day to day activities especially when we are at work or school, we won’t sink into these measures even in our thoughts.
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5 Reasons Why You Should Wear i-Protect 24/7
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Most frequent questions and answers
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