Deadly Disease’s: If we and you know about many such dangerous diseases, then they are fatal. Among them, cancer is such a disease, whose courage breaks down on hearing its name. But this is not the only disease that can prove fatal. Today we are also going to tell you about those diseases which are very dangerous and life threatening. So first of all let us know about 10 diseases which WHO itself has named as Deadly Diseases.
10 diseases which are included in the list of Deadlist Diseases
1. Heart Disease
2. Bacterial Infection
5. kidney disease
8. Lower Respiratory Diseases
9. Neonatal Conditions
10. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
The disease is becoming the second cause of death
In this list, you must have seen the name of bacterial infection at number two. This is an infection that occurs due to bacterial infection, hence it is called bacterial infection. Bacterial hearing Infection seems to be a very common disease, but you will be surprised to know that it has become the biggest and second cause of death worldwide. Heart disease on the first number and this disease on the second number has taken its hold. If we look at the statistics of deaths worldwide, bacterial infection is second in increasing the total death toll. According to an assessment done on the danger strength of bacteria worldwide, in the year 2019, one out of every 8 deaths was due to bacterial infection.
Which type of bacteria is responsible for death?
S. aureus is a bacterium that is common in human skin and nose but also the cause of many diseases.
coli usually causes food poisoning.
This institution did the study
This study was conducted under the framework of the Global Burden of Disease. It was sponsored by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and was attended by thousands of researchers from around the world.
This is the status of different countries
According to this study, washing hands is an easy way to avoid this infection. In sub-Saharan Africa, 230 people out of 1 lakh population die due to bacterial infection. While in rich countries and regions like Western Europe, North America and Australia, only 52 people die due to bacterial infection out of one lakh population. To reduce these figures of death, more research is needed as well as investment in vaccine in backward areas.