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Gulâsovâ Ivica (St. Elizabeth University of Health & Social Sciences, Bratislava, Slovakia), Gornerova Lenka (College of Polytechnics, Jihlava, Czech Republic), Breza Jan (Urologicka klinika s Centrom pre transplanta cie oblic iek, FNsP Krama re, Bratislava), Breza Jan (Urologicka klinika s Centrom pre transplanta cie oblic iek, FNsP Krama re, Bratislava)
Incidence of tuberculosis in the Tatras region
Społeczeństwo i Edukacja. Międzynarodowe Studia Humanistyczne, 2014, nr 2, s. 163-170, bibliogr.10 poz.
Society and Education. International Humanist Studies
Światowa Organizacja Zdrowia
World Health Organization (WHO)
Republika Słowacka
Slovak Republic
The authors point out that tuberculosis is the oldest infectious killer of humans and today it is such a serious threat to health that the World Health Organization (WHO) equates it to a time bomb. The most common source of infection by mycobacteria tuberculosis to a man is a sick person. Epidemiologically greatest danger is sick person with untreated decay pulmonary tuberculosis whose sputum may spread billions of tuberculosis bacilli every day. The overall situation in the incidence of tuberculosis (TB) in Slovakia is generally favorable, although in the eastern parts of Slovakia incidence is growing rapidly. Slovakia has compared with all Europe small to moderate incidence of this disease and its incidence has downward trend. East Slovakia so far has hot won combat this disease yet. It is therefore necessary to continue effective intervention and prevention to combat the spread of this disease.(original abstract)
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