odamga el bo'ladigan, dilkash
Adjective(1) (of disease(2) readily communicated
(1) The success of the immunization programs against these highly communicable diseases have wiped them from our collective memory.(2) This understanding should be communicable to others, at least in the form of examples, and possibly (preferably) in the form of some general theory of software quality.(3) Contributions made to the record of each patient by various health care professionals should be communicable to all other professionals involved in the patient's care process.(4) Services that are important for public health (such as treatment of communicable diseases, immunisation of children, family planning, antenatal care) are often exempt from fees.(5) It is estimated that nearly 60-70 per cent of all disabilities are due to preventable causes like malnutrition, communicable diseases, childhood infections or accidents.(6) This is why they are called infectious or communicable diseases.(7) It requires donor screening and testing to prevent the transmission of communicable diseases.(8) These common communicable diseases cannot be eliminated if the levels of immunisation in the community fall below a critical value.(9) While it is a serious step to limit a person's freedom of movement, there seems to be little alternative in the case of highly infectious communicable diseases.(10) In addition to paediatrics and infectious and communicable diseases, he long fostered an interest in environmental hazards, such as air pollution.(11) People are forced into overcrowded camps and public buildings, and spread of communicable diseases is facilitated.(12) The infected student, who's identity remains confidential, had a form of tuberculosis that was potentially communicable through the air.(13) The progress ranges from substantial successes in reducing infant mortality and increasing life span to the reduction of childhood malnutrition and the prevalence of communicable , infectious diseases.(14) Vaccination has a heroic history in the control of communicable diseases.(15) At this point, the mortality rate among infected humans is running right at about 50 percent, but that hardly means that is what it would look like if the virus became human-to-human communicable .(16) Some of our friends here are suffering from communicable diseases like scabies and coughs.
(1) communicable disease :: yuqumli kasallik
1. contagious ::
2. infectious ::
4. transmissible ::
7. catching ::
Different Formscommunicable, noncommunicable
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