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Identify common sources of infection
The sources of infection can be divided into two main groups. These are exogenous and endogenous sources. A source of infection is endogenous when the infectious agent comes from the patient’s own body, usually from his own normal flora. While the exogenous sources of infection introduce organisms from any where outside to inside the body, which is the case most of the time. In addition to
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The sources of infection can be divided into two main groups. These are exogenous and endogenous sources. A source of infection is endogenous when the infectious agent comes from the patient’s own body, usually from his own normal flora. While the exogenous sources of infection introduce organisms from any where outside to inside the body, which is the case most of the time. In addition to being exogenous, most of the time infections are transmitted from person to person or from animal to man.
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