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Tetanus

Tetanus
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  • ISBN-13: 9780791097113
  • ISBN: 0791097110
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Publisher: Facts On File, Incorporated

AUTHOR

Guilfoile, Patrick, Babcock, Hilary, Heymann, David

SUMMARY

Tetanus is a potentially fatal disease that is caused by the organism Clostridium tetani. This bacterium generally enters the body through a deep wound in the skin, such as a puncture caused by stepping on a nail, and spreads to the nervous system. Because a vaccine is available, tetanus is rare in the United States and other developed countries, but the disease still kills approximately 300,000 people per year worldwide. Tetanus describes the characteristics of the disease, details its prevention and treatment, and provides an overview of the historical background of the disease and the future trends of treatment and prevention.Guilfoile, Patrick is the author of 'Tetanus', published 2008 under ISBN 9780791097113 and ISBN 0791097110.

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