About the book
A comprehensive yet synoptic account of communicable diseases, it covers theory, epidemiology and control, then systematically groups diseases by their main means of transmission. There are special chapters on infections in pregnancy and the concern of new and emerging diseases, and an annex lists all 353 diseases in an easy reference table.
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1: Elements of Communicable Diseases
2: Communicable Disease Theory
3: Control Principles and Methods
4: Control Strategy and Organization
5: Notification and Health Regulations
6: Classification of Communicable Diseases
13: Respiratory Diseases and Other Airborne-transmitted Infections
14: Diseases Transmitted via Body Fluids
17: Domestic and Synanthropic Zoonoses
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