Communicable diseases are diseases that are as a result of the causative organism spreading from one person to another through contact with contaminated surfaces, bodily fluids, blood products, insect bites, or through the air. The large number of infectious agents with different pathogen-specific, host-specificand socio-economic characteristics makes the allocation of the limited resources available within the area of prevention and control of communicable diseases both challenging and controversial. There are many examples of communicable diseases, some of which require reporting to appropriate health departments or government agencies in the locality of the outbreak. Some examples of the communicable disease include hepatitis A, B and C, salmonella, measles, HIV and blood-borne illnesses. Most common forms of spread include fecal-oral, food, insect bites, sexual intercourse, contact with contaminated fomites, droplets, or skin contact.
Communicable disease transmission is a dynamic process. Direct transmission occurs when an infectious agent enters into a receptive portal through the direct contacts like touching, biting, or projecting air droplets by coughing, talking, sneezing and spitting. Indirect Transmission occurs when an infectious agent is deposited on contaminated materials or objects that are soiled clothes, toys, bedding, cooking or eating utensils, water and food.
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