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Smallpox incubation period

smallpox incubation period The incubation period of smallpox is 7-17 days.
The pox are caused by Orthopoxviren, known as the pox viruses.
It is a very serious infectious disease.

 

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.

 

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.

 

Polio incubation

The children will be paralyzed by polio viruses. Can be infected by infectious grease and dirt infection.
The incubation period of poliomyelitis is 6-20 days. The Polio Poliomyelitis is correct.
The course of the disease is as follows: After the incubation period put sore throat, fever, fatigue and often vomiting and diarrhea On.

 

Leptospirosis incubation

The incubation period of leptospirosis is 7-26 days. The disease is the pathogen causing Spirochaeten.
Routes of infection are rats and Rattenkot. In most patients, the disease like the flu.
In the blood of patients multiply the leptospires up to 26 days. Then the symptoms come on.

 
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