Mode of Transmission

\r\n The organism uses that person's body to sustain itself, reproduce, and colonize. These infectious organisms are known as pathogens. Examples of pathogens include bacteria, viruses, fungi, and prions. Pathogens can multiply rapidly and adapt themselves very quickly according to their surroundings. Some infections are gentle or mild and barely visible, but others are harsh and become threaten for life while, some become resistive towards treatment and drugs. Infection can be transmitted in a number of ways which include contact with bodily fluids, skin contact, contact with feces, airborne particles, using and touching the same  object that an infected person had used or  touched and even physical involvement with the infected person. The spreading o contaminating range of the infection and the effect of it on the host’s body all depends on the type of agent or carrier spreading it. The immune system is an effective and protection barrier against infectious and pathogenic agents, but when prolonged or extreme, colonies of pathogens can grow too large for the immune system to fight. At this extreme stage, infections turn out to be harmful sand life-taking. Most of the pathogens give off toxins and harmful chemicals that trigger negative responses from the body.

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