A21 Tularaemia

(Tularaemia )

Rare males and females disease from the section "Certain zoonotic bacterial diseases". Causes not a significant loss of workdays. May be the cause of death.

12 879 people were diagnosed with Tularaemia

95 died with a diagnosis of Tularaemia

0.01 % disease mortality Tularaemia

Tularaemia is diagnosed to men at 59.71% more often than women

7 920

Men are diagnosed with Tularaemia. For 95 of them, this diagnosis is fatal

0.01 %

mortality in men with disease Tularaemia

95 90 85 80 75 70 65 60 55 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0

4 959

Women are diagnosed with Tularaemia There were no deaths.

0 %

mortality in women with disease Tularaemia

Risk group for the disease Tularaemia men aged 60-64 and women aged65-69

The disease is most common in men aged 60-64

In men, the disease is least likely to occur at the age of 0-1, 85+

In women, the disease is least likely to occur at the age of 0-1, 20-24, 80-84, 90+

The disease is most common in women aged 65-69

Features of the disease Tularaemia

Transmitted by airborne droplets

Transmitted through contact with the source

Dispatched when bitten

Transmitted by fecal-oral route

Moderate individual danger, low social danger

Main symptoms


Diagnostics

Standard for diagnosing the disease Tularaemia not found

Diagnosis Tularaemia on the 2 place in the frequency of diseases in the rubric of other Certain zoonotic bacterial diseases diseases

Most common:

Tularaemia disease on the 3 most dangerous disease in the category of other Certain zoonotic bacterial diseases diseases

Most dangerous:


Treatment

The standard for the treatment of the disease Tularaemia is not is established

8 days required for doctors in inpatient treatment

Less than an hour is required for outpatient treatment

0 medical procedures are provided for the treatment of Tularaemia

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Possible Symptoms