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what is organ specific and tissue specific manifestations????can any1 xplain abt dis???????
What are the difference between Acute and Chronic disease.
what is the full form of AIDs and full form of HIV plz help
A man is suffering from AIDS
a}. he is not able to fight offf even minor infections.Why?
b}. Write any 2 ways in which he could have got this disease ?
any 2 differences between infectious diseases and non infectious diseases pls
1)Do all diseases spread to people coming in ontact with a sick person ?
2)what are the diseases that are not spreading?
2)how would a person develop those diseases that don'tby contact with a sick person
draw a neat diagram of hydra label mesoglea and gasltovascular cavity.Name the group of animals it belonngs to.
prevention is better than cure. explain
write the name of the casual organisms of the following disease malaria, influenza, rabies, tuberculosis and typhoid
why is AIDS considered as a syndrome and not a disease?
does the growth of adam's apple effect a persons height? I have heard it from lot of people that if a person has fully matured adam's apple his height stops growing is it true
what are the differences between congenital and acquired diseases ? give examples
Bacteria is a cell, antibiotics kill these bacteria (cell). Human body is also made of cells, how does it affect our body?
what is the difference between healthy and disease free
which of the following diseases are protozoan in origin?
dengue, malaria, kala-azar,hiv-aids
suggest any two ways to prevent being infectd by protozoa.
EXPLAIN THE LIFE CYCLE OF MOSQUITO
why making antiviral medicine is harder than antibacterial medicine?
name the diseases caused by bacteria,virus,protozoa,fungi and disease causing agent
Name two groups of microorganisms from which antibiotics could be extracted.
State the Principal of Immunisation.
What are the immediate and contributory causes of diseases? Explain it with the example of a child suffering from diarrhoea.
1) balanced diet is necessary for maintaining healthy body.
2) health of an organism depends upon the surrounding environmental conditions.
3) our surrondings area should be free of stagnant water.
4) social harmony and good economic conditions are necessary for good health.
Name the organism causing the following disease :
what are the basic five principles of treatment for diseases?
What is the basis of principle of immunisation?
difference between signs and symptoms
What is the difference between Vector and carrier?
Please give me a short summary/ notes of the chapter ' why do we fall ill' .
Name the disease causing microbes that lives and remains active inside the host cell?
Write the principles of treatment of diseases.
"High blood pressure can be caused by excessive wieght and lack of exercise" justify this statement.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FOMITE AND VECTOR
what is vaccination ? give the details , how it works in human body
difference between notochord and nerve chord
What is the difference between vaccination and injection?
what is called vector? give example.
what are principles of prevention of diseases
The body of a patient has lost its power of fighting against infections. Which
What is an antibiotic? Also, give three examples.
explain prevention is better than cure
Why are antibiotics not effective for viral disease?
why are overcrowded and poorly ventilated areas a major factor in tje spread of air brone diseases ? [for 1 mark]
explain AIDS. give the full form of HIV AIDS.
what are water borne diseases? give examples
Name two types of diseases caused by regularly breathing the polluted air .
NAME THE TARGET ORGANS FOR THE FOLLOWING DISEASES.
(A) HEPATITIS TARGETS _
(B) PNEUMONIA TARGETS _
(C) FITS (OR) UNCONSCIOUSNESS TARGETS _
(D) FUNGAL DISEASE TARGETS
WRITE TWO DISEASES CAUSED BY BACTERIA, VIRUS, FUNGI,PROTOZOA ALONG WITH SYMPTOMS
why do we fall iLL !!!!!!
Why a person suffering from AIDS cannot fight even very minor infections?
state any two conditions essential for being free of disease.
The cause fo AIDS.How does AIDS spread. what happen to a person affected with AIDS
name the external factor which is responsible for ring worm disease
Why are antibiotics effective against bacteria but not against virus?
difference between health and disease
What is the basic principle for vaccination?
Health workers are exposed to more sick people than others in the community.write any 4 preventive measures they take to avoid sickness
state 3 limitations faced in dealing with infectious diseases
if you go to the hospital to meet your friend suffering from malaria,what are the chances of malaria spreading to you and your friends
Why is DPT called Triple Antigen?
state the definition of health given by WHO write down the traits of a healthy person
difference between personal and community health ?
Differentiate between the long term effects of jaundice and tuberculosis.
what are the differences between pathogens and vectors.give 2 examples...plzz reply fast
why male anopheles mosquito does not spread malaria?
Why is AIDS called a SYNDROME and not a DISEASE ?
What is inflammation? Write the symptoms of this in human body
precautions can you take in your school to reduce the incidence of
write a short note on polio programme
whetehr goitre is a inherited or deficiency diseases
Name two diseases against which infants below one year are vaccinated?
Comment on the following-
(a) Wearing socks and full sleeve shirts at night will prevent the attck of dengue.
(b) Antibiotics are effective against bacteria but do not attack viruses.
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