Emerging infection is the infectious disease that has increased rapidly compared to the past condition and tends to increase in the future. Emerging infectious diseases range 12% of all the total deadly pathogens which can cause fatal effects.
Emerging infections are caused by newly identified species or strains of bacteria, virus, pathogens or any microbial organism that may have evolved from a known infection or spread to a new population or area undergoing ecologic transformation.
Drug resistant diseases, Nosocomial infections are emerging in hospitals, and extremely problematic. Emerging infections are of growing concern. Adverse synergistic interactions between emerging diseases and other infectious and non-infectious conditions leads to the development of novel syndemics.
Related Journals of Emerging Infection
Hospital Infection Control, Infection, American Journal of Infection Control, Epidemiology and Infection, Journal of Infection and Public Health