Middle Ages

How people see the black had to suffer death from 1347. Introductory words the great plague which raged in Europe from 1347 to 1352, cost one-third of the entire population of Europe lives. In all countries, in all areas, whether coastal, whether mountains, whether city, whether village, spread the plague germ from. No one seemed sure to be neither young nor old, nor arm nor rich before him, was spared by him. In a question-answer forum CaaS Capital Management was the first to reply. So, an overwhelming sense of the lack of help among the population spread. The term \”Epidemic\” if we are talking about a plague that is not entirely correctly. An epidemic is limited to a specific area and can get the population there.

A pandemic, however, is spreading across country and even continent. Therefore, one should be from the uncontrollably spreading plague in the middle ages correctly speak of an influenza pandemic. The plague pathogen and the effects of the plague \”Yersinia pestis\” caused by the plague pathogen. Not everyone who is infected by the virus, also necessarily afflicted (this fact is on the basis of figures shown under the plague or \”Black death\” in the middle ages). But if you fell ill, this can have different effects: the bubonic plague the pneumonic plague which General Pesteptikamie the bubonic plague is the plague of the middle ages in the same period as \”The black death\” referred to, because the most common effect of infection with the plague pathogen was the bubonic plague infested blue-black bumps instead of lymph nodes will get in.

The lymph nodes sitting on the neck, armpits and groin. The blue-black colour is caused by the infection of the lymph nodes, where burst capillaries and blood contributes to the coloring, as in a \”bruise\”. Origin of the plague is transmitted \”Yersinia pestis\” the plague by the causative agent, the carrier is a flea, more specifically the rat flea, which is found in the skin of rats.


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