All this material should be burned since it probably contains the infective agent.
It was no new thing to say, or to guess, that phthisis was or might be infective.
An infective principle, once engendered in circumstances of aggravation such as these, is not soon extinguished.
As with typhoid, so with Malta fever, cholera, and some other infective diseases.
Diphtheria is perhaps the most obscure and complex of all the infective diseases in its causes and favouring conditions.
This part of their habitat should thus be contaminated with infective stages of both parasites.
The progeny of lice which have fed on infected blood may themselves be infective.
The rle of the infective granules in certain protozoal diseases.
The resting stage was infective while the active stage was not.
It is often due to embolism of infective material, gangrenous matter, etc.
infective in·fec·tive (ĭn-fěk'tĭv)
Capable of producing infection; infectious.