How do you break the chain of infection?

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What is the chain of infection?

The chain of infection describes the situations that lead to acquiring a pathogen. The links are: infectious agent, reservoir, portal of exit from the reservoir, mode of trans

Chain of infection for biological agents?

The chain of infection for biological agents begins with the etiological agent and includes the reservoir, the portal of exit, and the mode of transmission. The portal of entr

Chain of infection?

The chain of infection is path that an infectious disease or viruswill take. This chain of infection is used so as to tame theinfection on time.

What is the chain of infection for Lyme Disease?

Lyme disease or Lyme borreliosis is a bacterial infection caused byseveral species of bacteria belonging to the genus Borrelia. Thesebacteria are maintained in nature in the b

What is the chain of infection of rhuematism?

Rheumatism Orarthritis comes in over a hundred different forms . some of them may lead to infection as a result of damage done to the body. or even as a side affect of some of

What are the links in the chain of infection?

Vaginal infection: often caused if you have sexual intercourse with either male or female, when having an orgasm or simply being wet, [with a male] & the male has precumed tha

What are the 5 links in the chain of infection?

The five links in the chain of infection are: 1. Source of infection (Reservoir. 2. Exit portal (method of release from reservoir. 3. Route of transmission; direct, indirect,
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How do you break chain of infection?

Build up the immune system. There are many effective alternative health products available at health food stores. The kuzu drink was actually recommended for my four-month old

What is the chain of infection for chickenpox?

infectious agent: varicella zoster virus reservoir: humans and a few other primates portal of exit from the reservoir: droplets from coughing or sneezing, fluid from blisters