Diseases preventable by Vaccine:


Diseases preventable by Vaccine:

Scientists have discovered vaccines for the cure of different diseases. It is a great effort in medical science.

Now,  people are more secure from different diseases. There are many treatment methods lie drugs, injections, oral, etc. The following diseases are Vaccine-preventable diseases.

 

Pneumonia:

 

 

It is an infection of the lungs that spreads through the airways. It causes inflammation, which tightens the lungs and makes it difficult to breathe. If left untreated, it can lead to death, especially in young children.

 

Polio:

 

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Polio is a highly contagious viral disease that mainly affects young children. The virus is spread through contaminated water and food and from person to person through infected saliva or feces.

The virus attacks the nervous system, causing paralysis, mostly in the lower extremities, and is often permanent.

 

Diarrhea:

 

Abdominal Pain, Pain, Appendicitis

 

 

Rotavirus infection is common in young children and adults. Rotavirus is the number one cause of diarrhea and kills 53,300 children every year in Pakistan.

Its symptoms appear after two days and last for a week. If left untreated, it can lead to death, especially in young children.

 

 

Childhood tuberculosis (TB):

 

 

TB is usually spread by inhalation and enters the lungs. If left untreated, it can damage the lungs, lungs, and brain.

 

 

Pertussis (whooping cough):

 

 

It is an infectious disease that causes violent coughing spells with a hooting sound that makes it difficult to breathe.

Pertussis is transmitted from one child to another through coughing, sneezing, or touching infected surfaces through the nose or mouth. If left untreated it can cause damage to a child’s internal organs.

 

Tetanus:

 

 

 Bacteria found in the soil and enters the body through open wounds such as cuts, burns, and clean surgery.

If left untreated, death can result from paralysis of the throat and respiratory muscles.

 

Hepatitis B:

 

 

 

 

Hepatitis B is an infectious liver disease. It caused by the hepatitis B virus. It transmitted through the transfusion of an infected person’s blood or other body fluids and can also be transmitted from an infected mother to children at birth. If left untreated, it can lead to liver failure.

 

Meningitis:

 

 

It is an inflammation of the lining of the brain. It can be bacterial, viral, or fungal. 

Adverse reactions to medications can cause meningitis. The virus transmitted through the nose, skull fractures, or spinal fluid. If left untreated, it can lead to death.

 

Diphtheria:

 

 

 

Diphtheria is an infectious bacterial infection that spreads from one person to another and attacks the respiratory system (nose, throat, and tonsils). If left untreated, it can damage internal organs leading to death.

 

Measles:

 

 

It is a highly contagious disease. It easily transmitted from person to person through sneezing, coughing, or physical contact.

Measles is a highly contagious disease. And easily transmitted from person to person through sneezing, coughing, or physical contact.