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Tuberculosis is a chronic infection caused by the bacteria Mycobacterium tuberculosis (and occasionally other variants of Mycobacterium). It usually involves the lungs, but other organs of the body can also be involved.

Today, tuberculosis (TB) tends to be concentrated among inner city dwellers, ethnic minorities and recent immigrants from areas of the world where the disease is still common. Alcoholics, who are often malnourished, are at high risk of developing the disease, as are people infected with HIV. It can occur anywhere, and no one is exempt from the threat of infection.

TB is caused by a germ that is transmitted from person to person by airborne droplets. Usually this infection is passed on as a result of very close contact, so family members of an infected person are endangered if the person continues to live in the same household and has not undergone proper treatment. (The family should take the precaution of seeing a doctor and getting a skin test.)

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Editor: Stefan H.E. Kaufmann Editor: Eric Rubin Editor: Ali Zumla Language: English Pages: 655 Publisher: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press Weight: 4.0 pounds Length: 11.0 inches Width: 7.0 inches Height: 2.0 inches Click on this books subject categories to see related titles: Medical Books > Basic Sciences > Microbiology

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Tuberculosis is a chronic infection caused by the bacteria Mycobacterium tuberculosis (and occasionally other variants of Mycobacterium). It usually involves the lungs, but other organs of the body can also be involved.

Today, tuberculosis (TB) tends to be concentrated among inner city dwellers, ethnic minorities and recent immigrants from areas of the world where the disease is still common. Alcoholics, who are often malnourished, are at high risk of developing the disease, as are people infected with HIV. It can occur anywhere, and no one is exempt from the threat of infection.

TB is caused by a germ that is transmitted from person to person by airborne droplets. Usually this infection is passed on as a result of very close contact, so family members of an infected person are endangered if the person continues to live in the same household and has not undergone proper treatment. (The family should take the precaution of seeing a doctor and getting a skin test.)

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Editor: Stefan H.E. Kaufmann Editor: Eric Rubin Editor: Ali Zumla Language: English Pages: 655 Publisher: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press Weight: 4.0 pounds Length: 11.0 inches Width: 7.0 inches Height: 2.0 inches Click on this books subject categories to see related titles: Medical Books > Basic Sciences > Microbiology

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Transmission of tuberculosis (TB) is a risk in healthcare and other congregate settings where many people share the same space for extended periods of time. Prisons, jails, homeless and social assistance shelters, and emergency shelters are examples of congregate spaces where the spread of TB often occurs. Transmission of disease in these spaces is most likely to occur when patients, prisoners, or shelter clients have unrecognized TB or have received ineffective or incomplete treatment for known disease.

TB is preventable and, in most cases, treatable. Infection control practices can help reduce the risk of TB transmission. Treatment of persons with latent TB infection can prevent the subsequent development of active TB, and TB disease can usually be cured by available anti-TB drugs. Even persons with drug-resistant strains can often be cured by alternative regimens of medications.

Tuberculosis is a chronic infection caused by the bacteria Mycobacterium tuberculosis (and occasionally other variants of Mycobacterium). It usually involves the lungs, but other organs of the body can also be involved.

Today, tuberculosis (TB) tends to be concentrated among inner city dwellers, ethnic minorities and recent immigrants from areas of the world where the disease is still common. Alcoholics, who are often malnourished, are at high risk of developing the disease, as are people infected with HIV. It can occur anywhere, and no one is exempt from the threat of infection.

TB is caused by a germ that is transmitted from person to person by airborne droplets. Usually this infection is passed on as a result of very close contact, so family members of an infected person are endangered if the person continues to live in the same household and has not undergone proper treatment. (The family should take the precaution of seeing a doctor and getting a skin test.)


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