Posted on 09 November 2009.
While technology and new inventions in the field of medicine has been marvelously moving ahead, there are still certain diseases that do not consist of a cure at all. In addition, most of the diseases turn out to be as deadly as anything else, which can erase the entire human race when not handled with care.
Pandemic diseases are the diseases that spread wide over an entire geographical area and killing thousands of innocent people on the go. There are some most deadly diseases that are listed below. Learning about them is really important since we should be aware of what has to be taken serious and also to understand that nature always has the upper hand and can destroy us in no time.
1. Salmonella as well as E.coli:
This disease is food borne. In fact, most of them enter our body system through the animals that we feed on. The current scenario holds that people who breed these animals tend to give them strong medicines irrespective of their health condition. This is the reason why our immune system seems to become less reactive to the antibiotics that we receive later on.
2. Yellow Fever Viruses:
Aedes mosquito is responsible for this sort of a disease. It will soon take effect and move quicker than you can imagine. This is nothing but the deadly malaria. Though it seems to have been held under control, caution should definitely be exercised.
This virulent virus was one of the deadliest airborne diseases so far. In fact, the number of lives claimed by it is also huge. This disease is caused by corona viruses. This infection hit the world in the year 2003.
4. Ebola Liver Infection:
This is nothing but the hemorrhagic fever that is deadly and also a quick destroyer. This causes the patient to excessively bleed internally and then finally approach death. This causes the capillary walls to cut and start bleeding. Hence, it is really very dangerous.
This is a mutant variant that causes something similar to the staph infection that is so commonly seen in hospitals and nursing homes. It cannot be treated with any kind of antibiotic. Hence, it can turn out to be a vicious killer. It is a common disease in places where close contact exists. Some of the most commonly infected areas are schools, offices, shopping malls, etc.