In health bomb has turned the Police Department Of PATISION, Athens in Greece, as revealed today by the General Police Division, a huge percentage of police officers serving in that section were positive in the test Madonnas which is done in order to determine the disease tuberculosis.
Test positive for the disease tuberculosis found at least ten policemen of Police Station (A.T.) Patision at the examination which were uniformed found that at least 10 (!) Of the 31 were positive in the test as a result some of them have already begun to take preventive action.
Indeed, the commander of the department on October 3, 2014 reportedly submitted a petition to the Ministry of Public Order and Citizen Protection.
Well informed sources, speaking to our Greek - Filipino e-newspaper noted that the Police Station (A.T.) Patision had the most of the part cases dealing with immigrants in central Athens yielding phenomenon outbreak of tuberculosis in making inadequate safety measures when dealing with the police.
"At least 10 police officers were found to test positive for the disease. For events taking medication that lasts nine months. Between them lies a 49years old Greek policeman who has three children. This is due to the fact that it met the necessary safety standards such as disinfection, "said the same source characteristics.
The beggining of evil
However, according to reports, everything seems to be started in December 2013 when an alien prisoner section was not feeling well and was taken to hospital .
After the doctors examined him and found to be suffering from tuberculosis, then the prisoner took medication and returned to the Police department in PATISION where constantly complained that he was not well, while coming into contact with police men.
Finally, in April 2014, the man was transferred to AT Cologne. There, according to the same information, stopped the sponsorship of drugs leading to outbreaks of tuberculosis in this section.
This particular detainee was transferred back to AT PATISION where allegedly detained without taking any action and without having done the necessary measures!
What is tuberculosis
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, tuberculosis is a disease caused by a germ called Mycobacterium tuberculosis and rarer than other types
mycobacteria. Mycobacterium tuberculosis can affect any organ of the body but usually affects the lungs.
(The test Mantis)
It is passed from one person to another, by inhalation of droplets containing mycobacteria. Individuals pulmonary tuberculosis eliminate such small droplets by coughing, sneezing and loud speech. These people usually transmit the disease to people who are in contact with them several times each day. These can be family, friends or colleagues.
Learn more about tuberculosis here
Most people who inhale mycobacteria infected, but the organization has the ability to defend and stop their growth. In this way, the mycobacteria are inactive, but they remain in the body and can become active later. Many people who are infected never develop TB, but others, especially those that their immune system is compromised may develop TB at some point in the future. Those who are infected do not feel sick, have no symptoms, do not transmit disease and are usually dermoantidrasi positive Mantoux. These people are said to have "latent tuberculosis infection".
Infection with Mycobacterium tuberculosis and no means of this illness.
Mycobacteria tuberculosis become active if the immune system can not stop their growth. Active mycobacteria multiply in the body and cause disease. Some people get sick almost immediately after infection, but others may get sick later, when for some reason weakened their immune system. Most vulnerable are young children and the elderly, as well as people with diabetes, chronic renal failure, leukemia or lymphomas, people with addiction to alcohol or toxic substances. Also, people taking corticosteroids or immunosuppressive drugs, which are carriers of HIV (the virus that causes AIDS), and people who are not well fed.
Reporting for tsismosaonline.com : Panagiotis Vlachoutsakos Christos mass Sotiris Skouloudis, Filipino Gr