Body’s mechanism is equipped with many aids to survival. Reflex responses help us to escape when we sense danger; sneezing, coughing and vomiting can get rid of harmful matter; blood clotting prevents hemorrhage; and instinctive drives keep us fed, watered, and sheltered from extremes of heat and cold. The sexual drive ensures the survival of our species. Most ingenious of all are our defenses against infection.
Spleen the size of a clenched fist, nestles under diaphragm behind the lower left ribs. With a structure similar to that of lymph nodes, spleen decontaminates blood by filtering it through a macrophage-lined network ‘red pulp’ dotted with paler nodules of lymphoid tissue ‘white pulp’, which also surrounds the small arteries. The red pulp cleanses blood of dead organisms, worn out blood cells and other debris, and spleen’s lymphocytes attack living microbes and other non-self-material. In today’s world there are virtually millions of diseases. Viruses or bacteria cause most diseases. Viruses are considered non-living parasites, which enter healthy cells, release their own DNA and cause the healthy cell to begin manufacturing other virus bodies. Since viruses are not alive, antibiotics cannot kill them; therefore, most viruses have no cure. When a virus enters body, antibodies are sent to isolate the virus, and then B cells arrive to infiltrate and finally kill the virus.Bacteria on other hand are a living parasite.It performs the same functions as a virus, but it is considered a living parasite. Since bacteria are living, antibiotics can be used to kill it. Bacteria are considered deadly due to the fact that it can reproduce very quickly.
The human body can be infected by a variety of different foreign substances. These include infections as deadly as a virus, or as common as a bacterial infected wound. Once a human is infected with anything foreign the immune system immediately begins fighting the foreign substance. However, immune system cannot usually kill the entire foreign cells, a few often survive. Though this number is so few a person can hardly claim to be sick or infected, but that person is now a carrier. A carrier is someone who is infected or has some of a particular foreign substance in him yet shows no symptoms. That person could pass on the pathogen or virus without even realizing it. Viral infection occurs when a virus enters a host, in this case a human host, and begins to use the host cells to replicate. The virus will attach itself to a host cell and inject its viral DNA into it. The viral DNA quickly takes over the healthy host DNA and virus replication begins. If the virus is not stopped it will take over all the host cells. Bacterial infection occurs as a pathogen enters a human. The pathogen does not use the human cells as a host as the virus does, but it begins to kill them. A bacterial infection is easier to treat because the bacteria can be killed. However, for a virus to be killed the host cells must also be killed.
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