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Once a person gets sick with some disease, his body begins to make antibodies to fight the entered microorganisms and get better. After a person's recovery, these antibodies are stored in his body, form immunity, and protect him from getting the same illness again. But another way of getting immunity also exists. You can gain it through immunization.

Immunization is a process of protecting an organism against a disease through vaccination. A corresponding vaccine is introduced into the body. A vaccine contains the antigens causing a disease or their parts, but not active, they are weakened or killed. These antigens trigger an immune response as if the organism has been exposed to a disease naturally. As a result, an individual's immune system fortifies against this agent (immunogen), specific immune T cells and B cells called memory cells are produced. These cells will stop the re-infection with this disease in the future.

One more way of getting T cells and B cells by the organism is their direct introduction into the body. This type of immunization is called passive immunization, in contrast to active immunization when these cells are produced by the body itself. Being obtained in any of two ways, T and B cells are responsible for a fast response when encountering again with foreign molecules of the same kind. And in any case, obtaining immunity happens without the complications for the organism, risks, and life-threatening consequences as it is possible in the case of natural disease.

Immunization Infographics Design in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM

Example 1. Immunization Infographics Design in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM

Immunization is particularly relevant for dangerous diseases causing serious complications or threats to health and life, leading to hospitalization, or even death. It is an excellent way to avoid possible negative consequences in a case of infection with diseases of this kind. Immunization is especially important for children having yet a weak immune system and for particularly vulnerable people. Immunization protects children against the most harmful diseases and helps in developing a child's immune system.

However, vaccines differ in the duration of provided immunity. There are two types of vaccines: providing lifelong immunity and others protecting only for several years and requiring re-vaccination. Immunization can protect people from pertussis, diphtheria, polio, blood infection, mumps, meningitis, measles, influenza, rubella, tetanus, varicella, and many more diseases. Due to the immunization, some infections and diseases were almost completely eradicated in all the world or some countries.

Medical Virology Infographic - Coronavirus Virion Structure

Example 2. Medical Virology Infographic - Coronavirus Virion Structure

It does not matter what information about the infectious diseases, viruses, immunization, or else virology issues you want to outline in your Medical Virology Infographics, ConceptDraw DIAGRAM will be helpful for you. ConceptDraw DIAGRAM software provides the Medical Virology solution allowing you to simplify your drawing and designing work. You can create an extensive describing how virus entry into the body, how it spreads and multiplies, how to prevent its entry into a body, treat it, and many more.

Virus Prevention Library Design Elements

Example 3. Virus Prevention Library Design Elements

The medical virology infographics you see on this page were created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM software using the Medical Virology Solution and included virology-related pictograms. They successfully demonstrate the solution's capabilities and professional results you can achieve. An experienced user spent 10-15 minutes creating each of these samples.

Use the powerful tools of the Medical Virology Solution for ConceptDraw DIAGRAM software to create your own infographics and diagrams of any complexity fast and easy, and then successfully use them in your work activity.

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