Viral Infectious Diseases

Viruses are tiny microbes. They are composed of protein-coated genetic material. Common infectious diseases including the common cold, the flu, and warts are brought on by viruses. Additionally, they carry infections including COVID-19, Ebola, and HIV/AIDS. Viruses operate in a manner similar to hijackers. They infect healthy cells and use them to multiply and create further viruses that are similar to themselves. Your cells may be killed, damaged, or altered as a result, making you sick. Viruses attack certain cells in your body, such as those in your blood, liver, and respiratory system. One of the most prevalent illnesses in man is viral infections. Children are expected to experience two to seven respiratory illnesses annually, compared to adults who experience one to three such bouts.

  • Track 1-1 Airborne Disease
  • Track 2-2 Biological Contamination
  • Track 3-3 Blood-borne Disease
  • Track 4-4 Clinical Bacteriology
  • Track 5-5 Clinical Mycology
  • Track 6-6 Clinical Virology
  • Track 7-7 Coinfection
  • Track 8-8 Emerging and Re-emerging Viral infections

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