Emerging Infectious Diseases
Usually most of the emerging infections are caused by the previously undetected infections or by the virus that enters the new geographical area. Another important fact is the re-emerging of the diseases and the failure of anti-microbial resistance. Climatic and environmental conditions also play the important role in the transmission of diseases. Proper diagnostics and the incidence and development of vaccine has become the challenging tool to the elimination of infectious diseases.
- Track 1-1 Severe acute respiratory syndrome
- Track 2-2 Influenza
- Track 3-3 West Nile fever
- Track 4-4 Smallpox and other pox viruses
- Track 5-5 Hepatitis