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Erisipela de incubación

La erisipela por estreptococos, que son transferidos por el contacto, las causas.
El período de incubación es de 7-14 días erisipela.
Un síntoma es una erupción roja flammenförmiger.

 

Tifus período de incubación

Tifus es una enfermedad infecciosa causada por el aborto, lubricantes infección, la infección de la suciedad, el agua y los alimentos pueden ser transferidas.
Son los patógenos Salmonella typhi. El periodo de incubación es 7a-28va días.
Típico de la fiebre tifoidea es un aumento gradual. Si la enfermedad no es tratada, puede ser mortal fiebre tifoidea.
 

Incubación de la tuberculosis

La tuberculosis se transmite por gotitas de infección.
El período de incubación de la tuberculosis es de aproximadamente 30 días.
La mayoría están cubiertos por la tuberculosis infectar los pulmones.
El agente causal de la tuberculosis llamada Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
 

Incubación de la triquinosis

El período de incubación de la triquinosis es de 3-5 días.
Antecken puede ser visto por la carne de cerdos infectados.
Los agentes patógenos son triquinosis triquinosis.
Los nematodos son triquinas.
 

Período de incubación de la rabia

La rabia es una mordedura de un animal enfermo.
El período de incubación de la rabia es de 8 días a 8 meses.
El agente causal de la rabia son los Lyssaviren.
Tras el período de incubación son los primeros síntomas de gripe. Entonces el virus se propagó aún más y hay una inflamación del cerebro.

 


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