Difference between revisions of "Zoonotic"

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'''2.''' Zoonotic is pertaining to a zoonosis.  It is a [[disease]] that can be transmitted from animals to people or, more specifically, a disease that normally exists in animals but that can infect humans.
 
'''2.''' Zoonotic is pertaining to a zoonosis.  It is a [[disease]] that can be transmitted from animals to people or, more specifically, a disease that normally exists in animals but that can infect humans.

Latest revision as of 01:42, 4 November 2020

1. Zoonotic is







(Source: Business Continuity Management Institute - BCM Institute)

2. Zoonotic is pertaining to a zoonosis. It is a disease that can be transmitted from animals to people or, more specifically, a disease that normally exists in animals but that can infect humans.

Notes: These are multitudes of zoonotic diseases and examples include anthrax; ascariasis; brucellosis; plague; echinococcosis; Lassa fever; listeriosis; Lyme disease; monkeypox; psittacosis;rabies; salmonellosis; trichinosis; toxoplasmosis; typhus; and West Nile fever.

(Source: eMedicineHealth)