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Influenza incubation period

The incubation period of flu or influenza is usually 1-2 days.
The group is characterized by various influenza viruses. There are many different types of flu.
Each year, bringing new flu virus appears. The vaccine will be adjusted each year.
The incubation period of the new swine influenza is 1-4 days.

 

AIDS incubation period

The cause of AIDS is the HIV virus. The HIV virus is transmitted through body fluids such as blood, semen, breast milk and Vaginalsekret transferred.
The incubation period of AIDS is very long and is currently at 4-16 years. The disease AIDS is not curable.

 

Rubella incubation period

rteln incubation period Rubella are transmitted by droplet infection.
The incubation period for rubella is 13-21 days.
Rubella is highly contagious. The pathogen is a rubella virus.
Everyone can get rubella, only 1x, that's why rubella is a children's disease. 80-90% of children receive the rubella if they have not been vaccinated.
Rubella is especially dangerous for pregnant women. It can cause miscarriage or harm the child come.

 

Incubation period of mumps

Mumps is a childhood disease, but even adults can get.
Mumps lead to infertility. The incubation period of mumps is 15-23 days.
The pathogen spreads through droplet infection. The name of the pathogen is paramyxovirus parotitis.

 

Measles incubation period

Measles are spread by droplet infection. The virus is responsible morbillivirus.
The incubation period of measles is 9-14 days. After the incubation period, the symptoms are an set.
Measles have a particularly striking symptom and formed on the skin of the patient to form a rash.

 

Pfeiffer glandular fever incubation period

The Pfeiffer glandular fever is also known as glandular fever Pfeiffersches means.
The transfer of Pfeiffer glandular fever carried by droplet infection or saliva.
The incubation period is 4-7 with adult weeks. In children, the incubation period of glandular fever Pfeiffersches shorter.

 

Scarlet incubation

The incubation period for scarlet fever is 2-7 days.
Scarlet Fever is triggered by streptococci. The spread by droplet infection and smear infection.
Scarlet fever often occurs in children. Usually aged 4-7 years. Scarlet is not a children's disease, because you can get several scarlet. A life-long immunity does not occur.
 

Incubation period of tetanus

The lockjaw or tetanus is triggered by contaminated wounds.
The pathogen of tetanus is Clostridium tetani.
The incubation period is 3-21 days. The correct name of lockjaw is tetanus.

 

Whooping cough incubation period

The whooping cough is an infectious disease. The incubation period of pertussis is 7-14 days.
After the incubation period, the following symptoms: flu-like symptoms, severe cough and colds.

 

Typhus incubation period

Typhus is an infectious disease caused by abortion, lubricating infection, infection of dirt, water and food can be transferred.
The pathogens are Salmonella typhi. The incubation period is 7-28 days.
Typical of typhoid fever is a gradual increase. If the disease is not treated, it can be deadly typhoid.
 

Tuberculosis incubation

Tuberculosis is transmitted by droplet infection.
The incubation period of tuberculosis is about 30 days.
Most are covered by the tuberculosis infect the lungs.
The causative agent of tuberculosis called Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
 
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