- infected abortion,
- infection immunity,
- infection-exhaustion psychosis,
- infectious anemia of horses,
- infectious bovine rhinotracheitis,
- infectious canine hepatitis,
- infectious disease,
- infectious diseases
Origin of infectious
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For most infectious, the amount is 100 or even 1,000 times that.A Doctor Explains Why Cruise Ships Should Be Banned|Kent Sepkowitz|November 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The only existing study, printed in the Journal of Infectious Diseases in 1999, leaves scientists with the same questions.
Adam Lausing, an infectious disease researcher at the University of Michigan, emphasized that Ebola is not a respiratory disease.
Any time there is a new outbreak of infectious disease, it can be alarming.
Strict isolation of patients; good clinical care; and rapid, culturally sensitive disposal of infectious cadavers.
It was a rippling, silvery laugh, expressing an infectious appreciation of the humor of their situation.The Girl and The Bill|Bannister Merwin
He had been seized with a very dangerous fever caught by attending old Edwards in one of an infectious kind.
However that may be, their author is an expert in his subject, and writes with a vigour that is very bracing and infectious.
And when it shall be found it is infectious, yet it is very needful to use humanity towards such as are seized.A History of Epidemics in Britain (Volume I of II)|Charles Creighton
His obvious, unaffected enjoyment of his own oratory should be infectious; but isn't.
- tainting or capable of tainting with illegality
- rendering liable to seizure or forfeiture