Infected surfaces of vehicles as possible way of people's infection by bird flu pathogenic culture


Possible variant of people's infection by bird flu pathogenic culture in passing of everyday infection is presented in the work: through the contact of open parts of the skin with infected surfaces of the vehicle, that is the sequent of the reused water, which contains all species spectrum of pathogen accumulated on the urban areas, used in process of washing. The real threat of beginnings of planetary scope catastrophe exists – it's the possibility of pandemic repetition of 1918 called " Spaniard " , which had taken the lives of 50 million men. In many scientific' opinions, also the experts of World Health Organization (WHO) hold this version, " Spaniard " virus is the mutative form of bird flu pathogenic virus, which had the possibility to be communicated from person to person by respiratory way. It is natural, that at present time the quantity of victims will be increased with the advent of present viral culture. There are real prerequisites for it: in comparison with the beginning of the last century the intensity of people's moving on the planet rose steeply, the speeds of such moving increased, the possibilities of visits of almost all countries of the world exist. Main task, formulated by WHO, is the maximum decrease of probability of people's infection by bird flu pathogen viruses in all over the world, which minimize the possibilities of mutative forms beginnings the most dangerous for people. The solving of this problem means the search of people's infection possible ways and solving on its removal, information of all tellurians about necessary safeguards, monitoring and studying of all disease cases and something else. Before coming to version argumentation, called in the name of the work, we will formulate the knowledge database based on public information giving by WHO through mass media.

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@inproceedings{Manuylov2007InfectedSO, title={Infected surfaces of vehicles as possible way of people's infection by bird flu pathogenic culture}, author={M. B. Manuylov and I. I. Mavrov and Vladimir M. Moskovkin}, year={2007} }