Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome
Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) is a highly contagious disease affecting the respiratory system that has several unique characteristics. It is also more virulent than other types of respiratory disease and has several possible causes. Although this virus is very contagious, it is often less aggressive in children than it is in adults. Young children tend to be more sensitive to the symptoms, and the clinical presentation is generally milder.
Contaminated air is spread through crowded living
The pathogenesis of SARS is poorly understood. Animal models are essential for the development of vaccines. Advances in SARS research will help guide future vaccine development and diagnosis. The disease is spread quickly by inhaling contaminated air and avoiding places with crowded living situations. It can also cause death in children and young adults. It is best to contact a physician if you suspect that you have been exposed to SARS.
Vaccines will help in development
Detection of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome is crucial for developing a vaccine. A complete understanding of SARS pathogenesis is essential for developing animal models. The knowledge gained will help develop better treatments and vaccines. If SARS is discovered, vaccination programs will be launched immediately. Meanwhile, there are many ways to prevent the disease. In the meantime, there are a number of treatments that are available.