B1.1.2 How our bodies defend themselves against infectious diseases.

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Microorganisms that cause infectious disease are called
Pathogens
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White blood cells help defend against pathogens by ingesting what?
Pathogens
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What A is produced by white blood cells to destroy particular bacteria or viruses
Antibodies
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Bacteria and viruses may reproduce rapidly inside the body and may produce .... which makes feel ill.
Toxins
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In vaccines, ..... pathogens stimulate antibody production.
Inactivated
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who recognised the importance of hand washing in the prevention of spreading some infectious diseases.
Semmelweiss
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Some medicines, including painkillers help to .... symptoms of infectious disease, but do not kill the pathogens.
Relieve
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Antibiotics help cure ..... disease by killing infectious bacteria inside body
Bacterial
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Antibiotics can not be used to kill... pathogens, which live and reproduce inside cells
Viral
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Overuse and inappropriate use of antibiotics has increased the rate of development of antibiotic .......... of bacteria.
resistant strains
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Bacteria and viruses may reproduce rapidly inside the body and may produce .... which makes feel ill.

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In vaccines, ..... pathogens stimulate antibody production.

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