Infectious Disease definition

Infectious Disease means an illness that is capable of being spread from one person to another.
Infectious Disease means an illness caused by a person’s reaction to the entrance, growth and multiplication of microorganisms, such as bacteria or viruses, in the person’s body.
Infectious Disease means HIV or AIDS as defined in section 141A.1, all strains of hepatitis, meningococcal meningitis, and mycobacterium tuberculosis.

Examples of Infectious Disease in a sentence

  • Past History: What illness(es) have you had previously?( ) Stomach andIntestinal Disorder( ) Liver Disease( ) Heart Disease( ) Kidney Disease( ) Tuberculosis( ) Asthma( ) Thyroid Problem( ) Infectious Disease >>> Specify name of illness ( )( ) Other >>> Specify ( )(e’) Has this disease been cured?( ) Yes( ) No (Specify name of illness)Present Condition: ( ) 3.

  • Outbreak of Infectious Disease: The contractor shall remove from his camp such labour and their families who refuse to protective inoculation and vaccination when called upon to do so by the Engineer-in-Charges representative.

  • DOH Ia. Attended the Kapihan sa Ilocos at PIA I.b. Participated in the 5th RIATF for the Management of Emerging Infectious Disease and RDRRMC Meeting on 14 May 2020.c. Coordinated with DILG and DSWD regarding case surveillance in closed communities such as jails, orphanages, and home for the aged.

  • Provided mental health services for IMT members.e. Conducted Training on Specimen Collection, Packaging, and Transport during Infectious Disease Outbreak.f. Provided technical assistance to facilities applying for Temporary Treatment and Monitoring Facility certification to increase available TTMFs catering to asymptomatic and mild COVID19 cases in the provinces.

  • The Grantee must report all individuals with active TB to the Texas Department of State Health Services, Infectious Disease Control Unit, as required by state law and in accordance with federal and state confidentiality requirements, including 42 CFR Part 2.


More Definitions of Infectious Disease

Infectious Disease means any epidemic or acute infectious disease, and includes open pulmonary tuberculosis but does not include venereal disease;
Infectious Disease means a disease of man or animals resulting from an infection.
Infectious Disease means any kind of infectious disease for which a pandemic alert is issued by the World Health Organisation.
Infectious Disease means any kind of infectious disease for which a pandemic alert is issued by the World Health Organisation and/or Compulsory Quarantine is enforced.
Infectious Disease or "communicable disease" means any disease which may be transmitted from one person to another and declared as such by the State Government by notification;
Infectious Disease means any disease which can be communicated directly or indirectly by any person suffering therefrom to any other person;
Infectious Disease means transmissible diseases or communicable diseases resulting from the infection, presence and growth of pathogenic organisms within an individual host organism.