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Waterborne illness is caused by recreational or drinking water contaminated by disease-causing microbes or pathogens. Of note, many waterborne pathogens can also be acquired by consuming contaminated food or beverages, from contact with animals or their environment, or through person-to-person spread.
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Thank you for your request, someone from our team will call you shortly. Waterborne diseases are a result of contaminated water. Pathogenic microorganisms thrive and reproduce in water sources.
Infectious diseases caused by pathogenic bacteria, viruses and protozoan parasites are among the most common and widespread health risk of drinking water. People are introduced to these microorganisms through contaminated drinking water, water drops, aerosols and washing or bathing. Some waterborne pathogenic microorganisms spread by water can cause severe, life-threatening diseases. Examples are typhoid fever , cholera and Hepatitis A or E.
Other microorganisms induce less dangerous diseases. Often, diarrhoea is the main symptom figure 1. People with low resistance, mainly elderly people and young children, are vulnerable to these diseases as well. Worlwide , 1,2 billion people do not have access to clean and safe drinking water , and 2,4 billion people lack sanitation.
Every year, 5 million people die of waterborne diseases. Most waterborne diseases occur worldwide. In developed western countries, contagion is prevented by drinking water purification and by hygienic measurements. But even in developed countries, people can fall ill from waterborne diseases. This is caused by using insufficiently disinfected water, by implementing non-hygienic food preparation and by insufficient personal hygiene. In developing countries, waterborne diseases are a major problem which contributes to the vicious circle that people are in.
In many developing countries, there is a lack of medicine to treat ill people. Vaccination is usually very scarce as well. Many people weaken because of waterborne disease and, as a result, are more susceptive to other infections. Their physical capacity decreases and they cannot work and provide their families with money and food. A lack of sufficient nutritional food weakens people, especially children, even further.
They become even more susceptible to diseases. Children run behind at school, because they cannot be educated when they are ill. Waterborne diseases frustrate the economic development of many people.
The appearance of HIV in developing countries makes more people susceptive to infectious diseases. During wars and natural disasters floods many people are infected with waterborne diseases. Diseases are easily spread because water treatment and sewage no longer function or are lacking completely. To improve the economical progress of developing countries, water contamination and spread of infectious diseases must be handled.
This is achieved through drinking water treatment, sewage, waste and sewage water treatment and education on personal and food hygiene. Occurence of waterborne diseases. It is im possible to represent the number of waterborne microbiological infections figure 2. This has several causes. Diseases are misdiagnosed or not reported. Sometimes it is difficult to demonstrate the source of a water related disease.
Both swimming in contaminated water and the microbiological or chemical quality of drinking water can cause illness. Groundwater usually has a good microbiological quality, because it is prefiltered through various ground layers. Those ground layers function as a natural filter; microorganisms and other particles are removed when the water seeps down.
Afterwards, the water still needs treatment, because not all pollutions can be removed biologically. Groundwater can be contaminated by sewage water or waste water pollutions.
Even when water treatment is applied, one has to watch out for outbreaks of waterborne diseases. Water that is used for drinking water purposes can be prepared from surface water, groundwater or recycled water. This water can be contaminated by pathogenic microorganisms and other pollutants. Sufficient disinfection is needed to prevent diseases. Infection routes change throughout the years. In the last twenty years a number of pathogenic diseases have appeared, even in developed countries, that cannot be prevented by traditional water treatment.
For example: in in Milwaukee, USA, In the year , 2. Other pathogenic microorganisms that can be found in drinking water are caliciviruses, Heliobacter bacteria, Mycobacteria and Giardia Lambia. In the future more pathogenic microorganisms will emerge and spread through water, because of agricultural magnification, increased population growth, increased migration and climate change.
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10 Common Waterborne Diseases and How to Prevent Them!
Infectious diseases caused by pathogenic bacteria, viruses and protozoan parasites are among the most common and widespread health risk of drinking water. People are introduced to these microorganisms through contaminated drinking water, water drops, aerosols and washing or bathing. Some waterborne pathogenic microorganisms spread by water can cause severe, life-threatening diseases. Examples are typhoid fever , cholera and Hepatitis A or E. Other microorganisms induce less dangerous diseases. Often, diarrhoea is the main symptom figure 1. People with low resistance, mainly elderly people and young children, are vulnerable to these diseases as well.
Air & Water Borne Diseases
Waterborne diseases are conditions caused by pathogenic micro-organisms that are transmitted in water. These diseases can be spread while bathing, washing, drinking water, or by eating food exposed to contaminated water. While diarrhea and vomiting are the most commonly reported symptoms of waterborne illness, other symptoms can include skin, ear, respiratory, or eye problems. Microorganisms causing diseases that characteristically are waterborne prominently include protozoa and bacteria , many of which are intestinal parasites , or invade the tissues or circulatory system through walls of the digestive tract. Various other waterborne diseases are caused by viruses.
Water a life-giving liquid can also be a life-taking lethal fluid.
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