2 edition of Communicable and infectious diseases found in the catalog.
Communicable and infectious diseases
Franklin Henry Top
Previous ed. (B64-10569) 1964.
|Statement||by Franklin H. Top Sr and collaborators.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||755|
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fection with communicable diseases Communicable diseases can cause epidemics and pandemics which have the potential to overwhelm the capacity of communities; hence, they are also consid-ered disasters.
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CD Resources & Forms Links to general communicable disease related forms, guidelines and other resources from MDHHS, CDC, FDA and more.Additionally, communicable and noncommunicable diseases are not wholly distinguishable due to the fact that some of the latter are linked to infectious diseases.
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