EMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASES: A MULTIDISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVE ON PREVENTION AND TREATMENT

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Dr.Govind Hanmantrao Balde, Dr. Haribhau Machindra Pawar, Dr. Abha Vashistha
Dr. Venushree. Khanke, Dr.Smita Suhane, Dr. Nidhi Jain

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This study explores the various aspects of the EIDs in both the cross-sectional and analytical contexts considering the methods from epidemiologically, microbiologically, immunologically, environmentally, socio-economically, and ethically. The systematic approach of analyzing the related data and knowledge bases, underlying the onset, spread, and consequences of EID is illustrated here. A study of the epidemiology of EID shows that incidence of disease is not equal in all areas indication the need to monitor cases and to fashion them early enough. The microbiological and immunological approaches focus on the pathogen-associated elements that determine the organisms’ ability to invade, infect and survive in the host, as well as the factors which help EID pathogens to avoid the host’s immune response. These have pointed to habitat degradation and climate change as key factors that are associated with the emergence of EID. An evaluation based on these social, economical, and ethical perspectives shows the disproportionate well-being of EID and highlights the need for fairness and participation in appropriate responses. In general, this research has a valuable role in providing scientific discourse on EIDs and guiding potential measures for their prevention and control.

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Dr. Abha Vashistha, D. H. B. D. H. M. P., & Dr. Nidhi Jain, D. V. K. D. S. (2024). EMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASES: A MULTIDISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVE ON PREVENTION AND TREATMENT . Obstetrics and Gynaecology Forum, 34(3s), 1351–1357. Retrieved from http://obstetricsandgynaecologyforum.com/index.php/ogf/article/view/476
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