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Serum Sickness

...  that a person will need antitoxins if ever he or she is exposed to various harmful bacteria and microorganisms. Good examples of antiserum typically derived animals like horses include rabies and tetanus serum, which can consequently cause serum sickness. Medications like penicillin, cefaclor and sulfa are known to have caused similar adverse reactions in humans. Injected proteins such as  ...

Tetanus

...  is a deadly bacterial disease if not given proper treatment. This disease could be prevented by taking vaccinations- which could be better than treating the disease itself because in most cases, tetanus could not be completely cured. Normally, tetanus could be acquired when a person has a wound infected by the bacteria. Symptoms tetanus could be first seen when a person experiences  ...