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  • Answer: You should put political signs out weeks if not months before elections, that way you can support and show your candidate or political view and draw more followers to it.
  • Answer: A person can become infected with tuberculosis bacteria when he or she inhales minute particles of infected sputum from the air. The bacteria gets into the air when someone has tuberculosis lung infection coughs, sneezes, shouts or spits ( which is common in some culture).
  • Answer: you get rid of it
  • Answer: Tuberculosis is caused by a microscopic bacterium (bacteria) called tubercle bacillus or Mycobacterium tuberculosis.

    It is extremely infectious/contagious and can be fatal.
  • Answer: Esta es una enfermedad pulmonar que es contagiosa y que se trasmite por el aire.
  • Answer: Tuberculosis originated by humans starting back in ancient timesduring the Neolithic Revolution. Tuberculosis is a infectiondisease that is widespread and caused by various strains ofmycobacteria.
  • Answer: TB is still a very serious disease. Before antibiotics, Tuberculosis was fatal and almost everyone who contracted it died. but now, we have special antibiotics to help treat it. However, TB is an extremely difficult bacterium to get rid of, and it is still considered a serious disease.
  • Answer: March 24, 1882

    Robert Koch, a German physician and scientist, presented his discovery of Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the bacterium that causes tuberculosis (TB), on the evening of March 24, 1882
  • Answer: TB is caused by infection with the bacterium Mycobacterium tuberculosis

    Sinusitis is a symptom which manifests usually with upper respiratory tract infections.

    Common cold is a upper respiratory tract infection of viral origin, usually caused by rhinovirus

  • Answer: XDR or extremely drug resistant tuberculosis is at a form of tuberculosis which does not respond to usual tb treatment.
  • Answer: Tuberculosis, or TB, is an infectious disease that usually affects the lungs but that can attack other parts of the body. There are two forms of TB: TB infection and TB disease. Most people with TB have TB infection.
  • Answer: Yes you can
  • Answer: You need to take a specific test for it. Just ask your doctor if you are concerned about this. The test is simple and easy.
  • Answer: Treatment of TB
    TB can be cured with little or no complications

    Medication must, however, be started as soon as possible and it must be taken regularly according to the instructions given at the clinic. It takes 6 months for TB to be cured completely, but within 2 weeks of starting treatment, the person will no longer spread the disease. Intensive phase medication is given for the first 2 months, 4 or 5 tablets (depending on body weight) are taken Monday to Friday. Continuation phase medication is given for the next 4 months, 2 or 3 tablets (depending on body weight) are taken Monday to Friday

    Treatment must be completed
    It is a mistake to stop taking medicines when a person feels better. All treatment / medicine must be taken for the full 6 months. If treatment / medicine is missed, the risk of a drug resistant strain of TB is possible. This TB is very difficult to treat and needs more than 18 months of treatment / medicine, with a long stay in hospital. It takes a long time for TB germs to be destroyed. If medicines are stopped too soon and without instructions of the nurse or doctor the disease may start all over again.How can TB be prevented?
    To cure those who are ill with TB in order to stop the spread of the disease.
    Cover your mouth when coughing.
    Immunisation of all babies at a clinic within 1 year of birth.
    Eating balanced meals consisting of food like meat, fish, eggs, beans, mills, amasi, brown bread, maize meal, vegetables, fruits.
    Alcohol should be avoided because it lowers body resistance, and affects the treatment.
    Smoking causes further damage to the lungs and can also cause heart disease and lung cancer.
    Getting some sunshine, fresh air, exercise and living in a clean environment.
  • Answer: someone could get it through air, by someone coughing or sneezingand then it affecting your lungs and making you cough and get avery high fever.

    Also, TB is generally seen in community housing, such as NursingHomes, prisons and so forth. It is an airborn disease, and it is onthe rise. Have a PPD 2 step done by your doctor to rule out havingthis deadly disease.

What are the signs of tuberculosis?

  • pale skin,weightloss, color change ashy skin, fever, night sweat mouth form due to mixing hot and cold together all the time, it can be contracted in the air, cough, sneeze, tb also attacks the lungs and person to person too, aids and Tb looks similar thats why blood test is needed, quarantain in different location needed to be administer.

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