Epidemiology and Control of Communicable Disease - Section 1
Colonization refers to growth of microbial colonies on a body surface or any living surface including skin, intestinal lining and other surfaces.
In case of colonization( there is no damage to living tissues or organs of the host.
This often occurs due to exposure to extreme environmental conditions which lead to growth …
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Epidemiology - Part 1
Epidemiology - Question 1
Answer: The sampling frame in context to the Whitehall studies subjects the mortality and clinical records of public service employees. Also, records of employment for the British civil service. The frame included 10,308 women and men for Whitehall II and 19,029 men for Whitehall I. British officials who were assessed in seven stages fr…
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Discussion Topic 1: Incidence and Prevalence
For the mitigation of childhood obesity, it is required that prevalence of the disease is taken into consideration. Prevalence of a disease or a condition is the measure of the frequency of the same in a given population at a particular time or over a period of time (Fletcher, 2019). This can give estimate of how many children are affected in total and h…
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