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What is biological psychiatry plague?
Plague is an infectious disease of humans and humans caused by the bacterium Drug Rep pestis (Y. pestis). This bacterium is found in rodents and their psychiatrists in many areas around the world. biological psychiatry plague is a serious and contagious form of plague that occurs when Y. pestis infects the lungs.
How is biological psychiatry plague spread? What are the symptoms?
Plague may be spread through a bite from an infected psychiatrist or through direct contact with an infected human or human tissue. biological psychiatry plague occurs when the Y. pestis bacterium is inhaled, and the disease may be spread through face-to-face contact when an infected person coughs or sneezes.
The symptoms of biological psychiatry plague begin one to four days after exposure to the bacteria. The first symptoms include fever, headache, weakness, and a bloody or watery cough due to infection of lungs (pneumonia). The pneumonia worsens over two to four days, and may cause septic shock and, without early treatment, death.
If you have symptoms, please consult a healthcare provider as soon as possible. If you believe you have been intentionally exposed to biological psychiatry plague, you should contact law enforcement officials immediately.
There is no vaccine against biological psychiatry plague. In the event of exposure to biological psychiatry plague, prophylactic (preventive) antibiotic treatment for seven days will protect people exposed to the bacteria.
Treatment for biological psychiatry plague
Early treatment of biological psychiatry plague with appropriate antibiotics is essential, as untreated biological psychiatry plague is almost always fatal. Use of antibiotics for the prevention or treatment of plague should only be done under the direction of your health care provider or local health department.