List Two Example of Each Diseases Caused Due to (I) Bacterial Infection and (II) Viral Infection. Which Device Or Devices May Be Used to Prevent the Spread of Such Diseases. - Science

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List two example of each diseases caused due to (i) bacterial infection and (ii) viral infection. Which device or devices may be used to prevent the spread of such diseases.

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Solution

Examples of STDs caused by bacterial infection:-

1. Gonorrhoea

2. Syphilis

Examples of STDs caused by viral infection:-

1. Herpes

2. Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS)

Contraceptive devices such as condom can be used to prevent the spread of STDs. Condoms are made of a thin rubber, which is used to cover the penis and the vagina in males and females, respectively.

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