By editor | November 24, 2007
Chicken Pox is contagious infectious diseases caused by the Varicella-zoster virus. It can be spread by droplet nuclei. It appears on the skin and mucous membranes of typical which is broken easily and become scabbed. Mostly chicken pox is affected by children. But if it comes for adults sometimes it may be complicated by pneumonia and encephalitis. The varicella virus infection remains latent in neural ganglia and this disease is mainly affected for adults. Information regarding this virus is still incomplete. Newborn babies of non-immune can be obtained by injection of varicella-zester within three days. It prevents the establishment of Varicella-zester infection. It is mostly affected by mostly children and adults all over the global. The childhood vaccination against this disease is most effective. This disease is having the priority preventable-vaccines in the most tropical regions. The public health point of view, varicella is affected mostly in the tropical regions where HIV is founded.
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