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Prevention & Control of Diseases Dangerous to Life

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TitlePrevention & Control of Diseases Dangerous to Life
ISBN9789356039254
Edition1st edn., 2024
Pages248
AuthorsProf. (Dr.) H N Giri  &   Yashodhra Raj
PublisherCommercial Law Publishers

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Discover a comprehensive guide on Prevention & Control of Diseases Dangerous to Life. by ISBN 9789356039254, is a comprehensive resource published by Commercial Law Publishers and Authored by Prof. (Dr.) H N Giri  &   Yashodhra Raj. From COVID-19 symptoms to treatments, including HIV/AIDS precautions and legal responses. This edition delves into the historical development of COVID-19, offers crucial insights into diseases dangerous to life, and provides preventive measures against contagious infections. Learn about the latest updates on COVID-19, including the most common symptoms, treatment options, and essential prevention tips recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO). Uncover detailed chapters on the judicial response to infectious diseases, legal safeguards for HIV(+) patients, and protocols for quarantine and disease control. Authored by experts in the field, this book presents crucial information on diseases, symptoms, treatments, and legal frameworks governing public health. With detailed appendices, an index of authors, and a comprehensive list of reports and terms, this resource serves as a valuable tool for healthcare professionals, policymakers, and individuals seeking to understand and combat diseases threatening public health. Get your copy now and stay informed on preventing and managing infectious diseases effectively.

ContentsPages
Prefacev
Abbreviationsvii
List of Statutesix
List of Case Listxix
Chapter 1: Entrance To Subject
Bharat Swachh Abhiyan4
Methods Of Spreading Infection6
(1) Droplets6
(2) Water6
(3) Air Born Diseases6
(4) Food Or Milk7
(5) Flies7
(6) Dust7
(7) Parasites7
(8) Fomites7
(9) Secretion Faomlesion7
(10) Nutrient Agents7
(11) Physical Agents7
(12) Chemical Agents8
(13) Mechanical Agents8
(14) Excess Of Substances8
(15) Pathogens8
(16) Carriers8
Difference Between Contagious And Infectious Diseases11
Transmission Of Infectious Diseases12
Indirect Transmission13
Channels For Spreading HIV/AIDS Infection15
Chapter 2: Public Right To Health And Hygiene
Environmental Pollution Diseases28
Land Pollution Diseases28
Short Term Diseases28
Long Term Diseases29
Airborne Diseases29
Most Common Waterborne Diseases30
Noise Caused Diseases32
Control On Infectious Diseases32
Right To Health On International Perspective32
Universal Declaration On Human Rights33
Chapter 3: Causes And Kinds Of Dangerous Diseases
Introduction44
Diseases44
Spreading Of Infection (Transmission Of Infectious Diseases)47
Main Causes Of Infectious Diseases48
Stages Of Communicable Diseases49
Contagious Diseases49
Epidemic Diseases51
Pandemic Diseases52
Endemic Diseases52
Difference Among Epidemic, Pandemic And Endemic Diseases52
Relation Between Std Infection And Hiv Infection52
Venereal Diseases/Sexual Transmitted Diseases53
Difference Between STD And VD53
Chapter 4: Dangerous Diseases To Life “HIV”/ “AIDS”
Introduction55
Meaning Of Terms “HIV” And “AIDS”57
Aids57
Difference Between HIV Positive And AIDS60
Who Survey Of 199560
A Historical Development Of AIDS60
First Phase (1980-1990)61
Second Phase 1991-200062
Third Phase (2001 To 2010)63
Fourth Phase (2011- Till The Passing Of The Act 2017)63
Aims And Objectives Of The Act66
Channels For Spreading HIV/AIDS Infection67
Sexual Transmission Of HIV69
Unnatural Intercourse Man To Man (M&M)69
Potential Harm From Quackery72
The Courts And Quacks73
Treatment Of HIV/AIDS Infectious Diseases74
Chapter 5: Sex Oriented Diseases And Getrid Of
Introduction78
Origin And Development Of Venereal Diseases93
Venereal Diseases95
Symptoms Of STD97
Syphilis97
Rectum Or Mouth98
Genital Symptoms98
Treatment98
Gonorrhoea98
Symptoms99
Treatment99
Chancroid99
Soft Chancre (Chancroid)100
Symptoms100
Treatment100
Chlamydia100
Symptoms100
Treatment101
Lymphogranuloma Veneeum (LGV)101
Symptoms:101
Treatment101
Donovanosis101
Symptoms102
Treatment102
Human Papillomavirus (HPV)102
Treatment102
Herpes Genitals102
Symptoms103
Treatment103
Trichomoniasis103
Treatment103
Condyloma Acuminata103
Treatment104
Candidiasis104
Treatment104
Pediculosis104
Treatment104
Scabies105
Symptoms105
Treatment105
Lichen Planus105
Symptoms105
Treatment105
Chapter 6: Special Diseases
Introduction106
1. The Tuberculosis (T. B.)106
2. Typhoid106
3. Leprosy107
4. Cholera107
5. Diphtheria108
6. Tetanus108
7. Plague108
8. Gonorrhoea108
9. Syphilis109
10. Whooping Cough109
Diseases Caused By Viruses:109
11. Chicken Pox109
12. Measles109
13. Polio Or Poliomyelitis110
14.Rabies110
15. Smallpox110
16. Trachoma111
17. Mumps111
18. Protozoa111
19. Amoebiasis111
20. Diarrhoea112
21. Balantidium Dysentery112
22. Malaria112
23. Helminthes113
24. Teniasis And Cysticercosis113
25. Filariasis113
26. Ascariasis114
27. Zika114
28. Ebola114
Causes Of Spreading Ebola Virus Diseases (EVD)115
Symptoms116
Prevention And Control Of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD)116
Treatment116
29. Nipah116
Transmission Of Nipah116
How Nipah Leaves Its Effects117
Causes Of This Virus117
30. Chikungunya117
Symptoms119
31. Monkeypox Disease Origin And Development119
Symptoms And Characteristics119
Causes Of Spreading119
Treatment119
32. Hepatitis120
Symptoms And Characteristics120
Treatment121
Chapter 7: Corona Virus Disease (Covid-19)
Introduction122
Historical Development Of Covid-19122
Causes Of Spread Of Covid-19123
World Wide Corona (Covid-19) Report Of W.H.O On 30.04.2022126
Symptoms Of Coronavirus127
Most Common Symptoms127
Serious Symptoms127
Treatment Of Corona Patients128
Dengue And Corona128
Difference Between Corona And Dengue129
Incubation Period Of Covid-19 And Dengue129
Prevention And Control Of Corona130
Important Tips For Prevention130
1. Washing Of Hands130
2. Avoid Touching Of Face131
3. Stop Shaking Hands And Hugging People131
4. Do Not Share Personal Items131
5. Cover Your Mouth And Nose When You Cough And Sneeze131
6. Clean And Disinfect Surface131
7. Take Physical (Social) Distancing Seriously132
8. Do Not Gather In Groups132
9. Avoid Eating Or Drinking In Public Places132
10. To Wash Fresh Groceries132
11. Wear A (Handmade) Mask132
12. Self-Quarantine If Sick133
Protection For Healthcare Personnel And Damage To Property136
Conclusion138
Covaxin Effect139
Side Effects139
Covishield139
Chapter 8: Judicial Response In Prevention And Control Of Infectious
The Goa Daman Diu (Amendment) Act, 1962141
Chapter 9: Judicial Response In Prevention And Control Of Dangerous
Unlawful, Negligent Or Malignant Acts150
Prohibitions Of Infected Persons To Deal With Things To Be Consumed By The Public151
Disposal Of The Dead Body:152
Spreading Of Infection From Animals:155
Disease Dangerous To Life156
Law To Protect HIV (+) Patients From Bias158
Prevention Of Sexual Transmission Of HIV158
Condoms And Spermicides159
Suggestions To All Persons To Prevent And Sexual Transmission Of HIV159
1. The Choice Of Your Sexual Partner (S)160
2. The Number Of Sexual Partners160
3. The Type Of Sexual Behaviour Practised160
Suggestions To HIV-Infected Persons160
Suggestions To Public Health Authorities And Other Groups Involved In AIDS Prevention As Part Of The National AIDS Programme161
Suggestions To Health Care Providers161
Suggestions To Sexual Partners Of Known HIV-Infected Persons162
Laws Governing Quarantine:165
The Powers Of Central Government172
Status Of Law On Human Rights176
Prevention And Control Of HIV/AIDS179
National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO)181
Role Of Government As Per The Act182
Court Proceeding As Per The Act182
Chapter 10: Conclusions And Suggestions
General Principle Of Liability In Relation To Spreading Of Infectious Diseases187
Standard Of Care Needed192
Restrictions On Persons Having Custody Of Infected Persons194
Appendices203
Index of Authors with their Works219
List of Reports221
List of Words and Terms used in the Book223

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