Many diseases progress so quickly that they can lead to the death of the affected person in just 24 hours.
From the long list of such diseases, realitatea.net selected six.
Meningitis is an inflammation of the meninges, the membranes that cover the brain and spine, and is often caused by a bacterium or virus.
Chagas disease is a very common tropical parasitosis in Central and South American countries, caused by infection with the protozoan Trypanosoma cruzi. It is transmitted vectorially, through a hematophagous insect (which feeds on the host’s blood) from the Triatoma family. If the person scratches, it will contaminate the lesion with parasite-carrying feces. Thus, the parasite gains access to the human body where it begins to replicate and ends up invading the entire host.
Stroke is noticing among more and more young people. A stroke occurs when a blood vessel (an artery) that supplies blood to an area of the brain breaks or is blocked by a blood clot.
MRSA is a recent variety of Staphylococcus aureus bacterium, characterized by its resistance to antibiotic agents (antibiotic resistance). Through its toxins S. aureus can cause various diseases, from skin reactions to severe sepsis.
Ebola or hemorrhagic fever Ebola is a severe, often fatal viral infectious disease caused by the Ebola virus (Ebolavirus), which is manifested by severe bleeding disorders in humans, primates and duiker antelopes, occurring in epidemic outbreaks in Central and West Africa.
Dengue fever is an infectious disease caused by an arbovirus and transmitted by Aedes mosquitoes. The condition is also known as “broken bone fever” because the bone pain can be so intense that it creates the feeling that the bones are breaking. Dengue fever has a higher incidence among the population of Southeast Asia, Africa, the Pacific islands. , Caribbean, South America and North America.