A microscopic, bacterial organism (Bacillus anthracis), resembling transparent rods. [See Illust. under Bacillus.]
An infectious disease of cattle and sheep. It is ascribed to the presence of a rod-shaped gram-positive bacterium (Bacillus anthracis), the spores of which constitute the contagious matter. It may be transmitted to man by inoculation. The spleen becomes greatly enlarged and filled with bacteria. Called also splenic fever.
A rapidly fatal illness caused by multiplication and spread of the bacterium Bacillus anthracis following ingestion of the bacterial spores.
Infectious disease of animals caused by ingesting the spores of Bacillus anthracis. Can occur in humans.
A disease of mammals and humans caused by a spore-forming bacterium called Bacillus anthracis. Anthrax has an almost worldwide distribution and is a zoonotic disease, meaning it may spread from animals to humans. All mammals appear to be susceptible to anthrax to some degree, but ruminants such as cattle, sheep, and goats are the most susceptible and commonly affected, followed by horses, and then swine.
An acute, infectious, febrile disease of livestock and man, which often leads to the death of an infected individual. Cattle, sheep, goats etc. are commonly affected by anthrax. Bacteria called Bacillus anthracis causes this disease.
An infectious and usually fatal disease most commonly found in animals. Recently, anthrax has been used on humans as a form of bioterrorism.
A non-contagious potentially fatal disease caused by breathing, eating or absorbing through cuts in the skin bacteria known as Bacillus anthracis.
A disease caused by a microscopic organism called Bacillus Anthracis that affects livestock and other warm-blooded animals including humans. Infection in humans most often involves the skin, the gastrointestinal tract, or the lungs.
Bacterial disease of animals and humans caused by contamination with spores; can be used as an agent of bioterrorism.
an infectious, potentially fatal disease of warm-blooded animals, especially of cattle and sheep, caused by the bacterium Bacillus anthracis
a highly infectious animal disease (especially cattle and sheep); it can be transmitted to people
a disease of humans that is not communicable; caused by infection with Bacillus anthracis followed by septicemia
a species of Bacillus that causes anthrax in humans and in animals (cattle and swine and sheep and sheep and rabbits and mice and guinea pigs); can be used a bioweapon
an acute highly fatal disease caused by a spore forming bacterium called Bacillus anthracis
A bacterial disease that can cause severe illness and death in many species of animals and humans.
An infectious disease caused by the bacterium Bacillus anthracis. Weaponized anthrax spores are dispersed by aerosol and are highly lethal to humans. Anthrax has been produced as a biological weapons agent, and is suspected as a potential agent for use by biological terrorists.
Anthrax, caused by the bacterium Bacillus anthracis, is typically acquired in nature after contact with infected animals or animal products. There are two main types of anthrax exposure: cutaneous anthrax (infection on the skin) and inhalation anthrax, the latter being more lethal. Neither form of the disease is contagious.
Usually fatal infectious disease transmissible to humans. Kills by blood poisoning and suffocation. Swollen throats, high temperatures, and bloody feces. Treatment is not effective. Vaccine available. Remember Anthrax has been around for "a very long time".
A potentially fatal disease that exists naturally in livestock, but can be used as a biological weapon. Symptoms for different types of anthrax include skin ulcers, fever, abdominal pain and vomiting, severe breathing problems and shock.
An infectious, usually fatal disease of warm-blooded animals that is characterized by ulcerative skin lesions' can be transmitted to humans, and is caused by the bacterium Bacillus anthracis. ? Calcium 4 TBL ? Copper 4 TBL ? Germanium 2 TBL ? Magnesium 8 TBL ? Silver 4 TBL 4 times daily ? Zinc 4 TBL am and pm ? Stabilized Oxygen-as directed on bottle ? Take high doses of Bayer aspirin (4-5 daily) to help with clotting ? When there is a threat of anthrax in your immediate area, start with this regimen and continue until the threat has passed.
virus that produces black postules, vomiting, fever, and finally suffocation in two to four days. It can lie dormant for decades and has been used as a biological weapon for the mass destruction of individuals. Anthrax infection can occur in three forms: cutaneous (skin), inhalation, and gastrointestinal. B. anthracis spores can live in the soil for many years, and humans can become infected with anthrax by handling products from infected animals or by inhaling anthrax spores from contaminated animal products. Anthrax can also be spread by eating undercooked meat from infected animals.
An infectious disease caused by the spore-forming bacterium bacillus anthracis. It can occur in three forms.
a serious disease caused by the bacterium Bacillus anthracis, which affects cattle, sheep, goats usually causing death. People working with sick animals or their products can suffer sores, swelling, fever, pneumonia, blood poisoning and death
An acute infectious disease caused by the spore-forming bacterium Bacillus anthracis. Inhalation anthrax is usually fatal.
A serious, sometimes fatal disease of animals and humans caused by a soil borne bacteria.
a disease known as "woolsorters disease". Mohair, Camel's hair, Alpaca, and Cashmere most liable to carry infection. Both men and animals subject to this infectious disease, which develops a virulent ulcer and high fever. It localizes in the skin or lungs and sometimes in the intestines. Not always fatal. When confined to skin alone, a cure is usually effected. pplication identifier : A numeric prefix to a UCC/EAN-128 code that defines the encoded data to follow. These are generally used as secondary codes to provide information not included in standard UPC numbering, such as product dates, weights and lot/batch numbers. It may also identify a UCC serial shipping container code.
An infectious disease caused by Bacillus anthracis. Human anthrax has three major clinical forms: cutaneous, inhalation and gastrointestinal.
Anthrax is a serious disease caused by Bacillus anthracis, a bacterium that forms spores. A bacterium is a very small organism made up of one cell. A spore is a cell that is dormant (asleep) but may come to life with the right conditions. There are three types of anthrax: skin (cutaneous), lungs (inhalation), digestive (gastrointestinal).
Caused by the bacterium Bacillus anthracis and is commonly found in livestock and can also be manufactured for use as weapon for bio-terror purposes. There are three primary way through which a person can be infected. Cutaneous Anthrax infects the skin and is caused by external exposure to Anthrax spores. It is treatable with antibiotics and does not typically lead to death. Inhalation of Anthrax is the most severe form of the disease, caused by breathing the spores into the lungs resulting in flu-like symptoms and eventually worsening and often fatal unless treatment is received.
The disease caused by bacillus Anthracis
A bacterial infection, primarily of livestock, that can be spread to humans. In humans it affects the skin, intestines, or lungs.
The 'ideal' bioterrorism agent-Bacillus Anthraus-spore fromer bacteria, produces lethal exotoxins, and causes infections in humans and animals. It is transmitted via air, water, and food. Pulmonary anthrax is associated with bioterrorism as exposure to aerosolized spores.
Anthrax is an acute infectious disease caused by the bacterium Bacillus anthracis and is highly lethal in some forms. Anthrax most commonly occurs in wild and domestic ruminants, but it can also occur in humans when they are exposed to infected animals, tissue from infected animals, or high density of anthrax spores. There are no known cases of infection in humans resulting from direct contact with a diseased person.