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According to Nature.com, “In total, there are ∼1,400 known species of human pathogens (including viruses, bacteria, fungi, protozoa and helminths), and although this may seem like a large number, human pathogens account for much less than 1% of the total number of microbial species on the planet.”

We have compiled a table of 54 common pathogens below. Our Standard Scalar Sessions Program destroys all 54 of these common pathogens that you see in the table below and a lot more! Please note however that we administer Scalar Energy to photographs and NOT directly to people. See the video below to explain.

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54 Most Common Pathogens

PathogenTypeDiseaseSymptomsCauses
/ H1N1 and A / H3N2VirusFluFever, chills, asthenia, myalgia, headache, arthralgia, and general malaise.
Respiratory: odynophagia, rhinitis (usually mild), dry cough.
less common: laryngitis or otitis media, nausea, vomiting, mild diarrhea
Close contact (up to 1.5-2 m) with an infected person. Direct contact with a sick or infected person or contaminated objects, improper hand hygiene, touching lips, nose, and eyes with contaminated hands, staying in crowded places especially during flu season
Actinomyces israeliiBacteriumActinomycosisUlcers that drain into the skin, particularly those on the chest wall resulting from a lung infection with actinomyces. Fever, swelling, deep red to purple-red lump that appears on the face or upper body neck, weight lossSymptoms occur when bacteria enter facial tissues after trauma, surgery, or infection. Common triggers include tooth abscess or oral surgery
adenovirus (HAdV)VirusRespiratory tract infections. Conjunctivitis. Digestive tract diseases. Urogenital tract infections. Nervous system infection. Infection in immunosuppressed peopleThe clinical picture is diverse. HAdV infections may be associated with reactive lymph node hypertrophy and an increase in surrounding nodes, as well as a tendency to bleed. A certain type of HAdV can cause different clinical syndromes and several different types of adenovirus the same set of symptomsThe source of infection is the symptomatic patient or the person with chronic or asymptomatic infection. HAdVs are transmitted mainly through droplets of respiratory secretions, fecal-oral route from individuals with an acute or asymptomatic infection, and less frequently by contact with contaminated objects
Blastomyces dermatitidisFungusBlastomycosisJoint pain, chest pain, cough (may produce a brown or bloody mucus), fatigue, fever and night sweats, discomfort, muscle pain, weight lossBy contact with moist soil, most commonly where there are leaves and decaying vegetation. The fungus enters the body through the lungs, where the infection begins. Later, the fungus spreads to other parts of the body. The disease can affect the skin, bones and joints, and other areas
Brucellosis melitensisBacteriumBrucellosisJoint and muscle pain, fever, weight loss, and fatigue. Some people also have a stomach ache and coughThe bacteria can be spread to humans if they come into contact with infected meat or the placenta of infected animals or if drinking milk or eat raw cheese.
Candida albicansFungusCandidiasisThe areas of the body most affected are the folds of the skin, such as the groin, armpit, nails, and between the fingers and toes; It can also reach mucous membranes, such as the mouth, esophagus, vagina, and rectum. Also, the infection can be serious and spread through the bloodstream and reach organs such as the lungs, heart, or kidneysThe infection develops due to the overgrowth of the fungus
Chlamydophila psittacBacteriumPsittacosisBlood-tinged sputum, dry cough, fatigue, fever, headache, joint pain, muscle aches, shortness of breath, pharyngitis, liver swellingPsittacosis is an infection that occurs when the bacteria are inhaled. The most affected are common people between 30 and 60 years of age
Coccidioides immitisFungusAcute coccidioidomycosisSwelling of the ankle, legs, and feet, chest pain (can range from mild to severe), cough (possibly with blood), fever and night sweats, headache, joint pain, and stiffness or muscle aches, loss of appetite, red and painful lumps on the lower legs (nodular erythema)It is an infection that occurs when spores of the fungus Coccidioides immitis enter the body through the lungs
Coxiella burnetiiBacteriumNecrotizing fasciitisDry cough, fever, Headache, joint pain (arthralgia) muscle pains. jaundice (yellowing of the skin and the whites of the eyes), acneIt is spread by domestic and wild animals, as well as by ticks. Drinking raw (unpasteurized) milk or after inhaling dust and airborne droplets contaminated with feces, blood, or placentas from infected animals
Cryptococcus neoformans and Cryptococcus gattii.FungusCryptococcosisNeurological symptoms start slowly. Most people have swelling and irritation of the brain and spinal cord at the time of diagnosis. Symptoms of brain infection may include: fever and headache, stiff neck, nausea and vomiting, blurred or double vision, confusion. The infection can also affect the lungs and other organs. Pulmonary symptoms may include: shortness of breath, cough, chest painBoth types of fungus are found in the soil. If one inhales them, they infect the lungs. The infection may go away on its own, stay only in the lungs, or spread throughout the body.
Cryptococcus, Histoplasma, Blastomyces, Coccidioides, and CandidaFungusFungal meningitisFever, headache, stiff neck, nausea, and vomiting, photophobia (increased sensitivity of the eyes to light), altered mental status (confusion)People can get sick if they breathe in fungal spores. People get meningitis if the fungal infection spreads from the lungs to the brain or spinal cord
Ehrlichia and AnaplasmaBacteriumEhrlichiosis and AnaplasmosisFever, chills, muscle aches, weakness, nausea and/or vomiting, cough, headache, and general malaise.These infections are transmitted by different ticks:
Ehrlichiosis: the lone star tick (Amblyomma americanum).
Anaplasmosis: the deer tick (Ixodes species).
Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiaeBacteriumErysipeloidBright red skin in the infected area, swelling in the area, shooting pain with burning or stinging, fluid-filled blistersThis type of bacteria is found in fish, birds, mammals, and shellfish. Erysipeloid normally affects people who work with these animals. The infection results from the entry of bacteria into the skin through small cuts.
Shigella speciesBacteriumShigellosisAcute abdominal pain or cramps, Acute fever, bloody mucus or pus in the stool, rectal pain with cramps, vomiting, nausea, diarrheaPeople infected with the bacteria excrete it in their stools. They can spread the bacteria to water or food, or directly to another person. Getting just a little of the Shigella bacteria in the mouth is enough to cause infection.
Species of the genus NocardiaBacteriumNocardia infectionChest pain when breathing (may come on suddenly or slowly), coughing up blood, fevers, night sweats, weight lossIt usually begins in the lungs. It can spread to other organs, most often the brain and skin. Likewise, it can affect the kidneys, joints, heart, eyes, and bones. Nocardial bacteria are found in soil throughout the world. People get the disease by breathing in dust that has the bacteria or gets into an open wound
StreptococciBacteriumLymphangitisFever and chills, swollen lymph nodes, general ill feeling (malaise), headache, loss of appetite, muscle aches, red lines from the infected area to armpit or groin, throbbing pain along the affected areaLymphangitis almost always results from an acute streptococcal infection of the skin. Less commonly, it is caused by a staph infection. The infection causes the lymphatic vessels to become inflamed
group A streptococciBacteriumNecrotizing fasciitisA red or swollen area on the skin that spreads quickly. Severe pain, even outside the red or inflamed area of ​​the skin, fever, ulcers, blisters or black patches on the skin, color changes in the skin, pus or discharge from the infected area, dizzinessThe most common way these bacteria enter the body is through openings in the skin
Francisella tularensisBacteriumTularemiaFever, chills, sweating, eye irritation (conjunctivitis, if the infection starts in the eye), headache, joint stiffness, muscle aches, red patch on the skin that grows into a sore (ulcer), shortness of breath, weight lossIt is a bacterial infection in wild rodents. The bacterium is transmitted to humans through contact with infected animal tissues. The bacteria can also be transmitted through ticks, the bite of flies and mosquitoes
Fusobacterium necrophorum, Prevotella intermedia, Prevotella melaninogenica, Fusobacterium nucleatum, Bacteroides fragilis, Bacillus cereus, Trueperella pyogenes, spirochetesBacteriumNomaIt causes sudden tissue destruction that quickly gets worse. First, the gums and lining of the cheeks become inflamed and develop sores (ulcers). Ulcers produce foul drainage, causing bad breath and odor on the skin. The infection spreads to the skin and the lip and cheek tissue dies. The process can ultimately destroy soft tissue and bone. The eventual destruction of the bones around the mouth causes deformity and loss of teeth.It is a disease for which there is no known single cause. It can be classified as an infectious disease but associated with various previous factors that condition a profound weakening of the immune response
fungus of the species FusariumFungusHyalohyphomycosisIt can cause signs and symptoms associated with a sinus infection (sinusitis), a urinary tract infection, a blood infection, or meningitis.These fungi can enter the body through the respiratory tract, sinuses, or the skin.
Fungi of the species Rhizopus, Mucor, Absidia and RhizomucorFungusZygomycosisFever, nasal congestion, and sinus discomfort. If the infection spreads, it can affect the lungs and brain, leading to pneumonia, seizures, paralysis, and death in the worst cases.It can develop in children with leukemia, lymphoma, or diabetes and those who use non-sterile bandages on wounds or cuts
Fungi of the genus Fusarium, Aspergillus or CandidaFungusFungal keratitisEye redness, eye pain, excess tears or other eye discharge, difficulty opening the eyelid due to pain or irritation, blurred vision, decreased vision, sensitivity to light (photophobia), feeling of having something in the eyeFungal keratitis can develop quickly from an eye injury or the use of contact lenses. It can cause blindness if it is not treated. In some cases, treatment cannot restore vision
Fungi of the genus mucor, absidia and rhizopusFungusMucormycosisEyes that swell and protrude, dark crusting of the nasal cavities, fever, headache, changes in mental status, redness of the skin over the sinuses, sinus pain, or congestion. Symptoms of pulmonary mucormycosis include cough, fever, difficulty breathing. Symptoms of gastrointestinal mucormycosis include abdominal pain, blood in stool, diarrhea, vomiting blood. symptoms of mucormycosis of the kidney (renal) include fever, pain in the upper abdomen
Symptoms of skin mucormycosis include: a single, painful, hardened area of ​​skin that may have a blackened center
Mucormycosis is caused by different types of fungi that are usually found in decaying organic matter. This matter includes decomposing bread, fruits, and vegetables, as well as piles of soil and compost
Dermatophyte fungiFungusNail infectionNails are thickened, they change color from white to brownish yellow, they are brittle, flaky, or irregular, they are abnormally shaped, they are dark in color, caused by the accumulation of residue under of the nail have a slightly unpleasant odorAs the nail ages, it can become brittle and dry out. The cracks that appear in the nails allow the entry of fungus. Other factors, such as reduced blood circulation to the feet and a weakened immune system, can also play a role
Leptospira interrogansBacteriumLeptospirosisDry cough, fever, headache, muscle pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, chillsThis bacteria can be found in freshwaters that have been contaminated by animal urine. People could also become infected if they come in contact with infected animals
MalaseziaFungusTinea versicolorThe main symptom is patches of discolored skin that have well-delineated edges and fine scales, they are often dark reddish or darker in color, they are found on the back, armpits, upper arm, the chest, and neck, they are located on the forehead (in children), they do not darken in the sun, so they may appear lighter than the surrounding healthy skinTinea versicolor is quite common. It is caused by a type of fungus called Malassezia. This fungus is normally found on human skin. It only causes problems in certain environments
Mycobacterium marinumBacteriumPool granulomaThe main symptom is a reddish bump (papules) that slowly turns into a purplish, painful noduleThe bacteria usually live in brackish water, in unchlorinated swimming pools, and aquarium tanks. The bacteria can enter the body through an opening in the skin, such as a cut, by coming into contact with water that contains these bacteria
Nocardia asteroides.BacteriumPulmonary nocardiosisFever (intermittent), general ill feeling (malaise), night sweats, nausea, inflammation of the liver and spleen, loss of appetite, weight loss, vomiting, shortness of breath, chest pain, headacheNocardia infection occurs when breathing the bacteria. The infection produces symptoms similar to pneumonia. It can spread to any part of the body
Human parvovirus B19VirusErythema infectiosum and papulo-purpuric syndrome in gloves and sockInflammation of the upper respiratory tract (nasal congestion, pharyngitis, cough), fever, malaise, headaches, myalgias, nausea, rash, arthritis, skin rashes, eruptions on the oral mucosa, chronic anemia, aplastic crisisThe infection is transmitted by droplets, but also by blood components and products (very rarely) and through the placenta (infection of the fetus)
Penicillium marneffeiFungusPenicilliosisIt can cause signs and symptoms such as inflammation of the lungs (pneumonitis) and acne-like skin lesions on the face, torso, arms, and legs.This fungus is found in soil and decomposed vegetation, as well as in the air, and is transmitted by entry to humans in the form of spores
Pseudonomas aeruginosaBacteriumHot tub folliculitisThe first symptom is a bumpy, red, itchy rash. The rash can: turn into tender, dark red nodules, having pus-filled bumps, look like acne, be thicker under the areas of the swimsuit where water has been in contact with the skin for a longer periodHot tub folliculitis is caused by the bacteria Pseudomonas aeruginosa, a bacteria that survives in hot tubs, especially those made of wood. This bacteria can also be found in hot tubs and swimming pools
Rickettsia akariBacteriumRickettsiosis exanthematousThe disease begins at the site of the mite bite as a red, firm, painless bump (nodule). The nodule turns into a fluid-filled blister that bursts and crusts over. This bump can be up to 1 inch (2.5 cm) wide. This bump can appear on the face, trunk, arms, and legs. They do not appear on the palms of the hands or the feetThe bacteria are spread by the bite of a mite that lives on mice
Rickettsia typhi or Rickettsia prowazekii.BacteriumTyphusAbdominal pain, back pain, a red, dull rash that begins in the middle of the body and spreads, a fever that can be extremely high, 105 ° to 106 ° F (40.6 ° C to 41.1 ° C) and can last up to 2 weeks, dry cough, headache, nausea, vomiting, muscle painIt is a bacterial disease spread by lice or fleas
Picoranviridae family rhinovirus, coronavirus, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), adenovirus, and enterovirusVirusCatarrhal rhinitisGeneral malaise, headache, myalgia, odynophagia, chills accompanied or not by fever, rhinitis, pharyngitis, sometimes micro papules or small vesicles appear on the palatine pillars and discharge from the back of the pharynx, cough, sometimes conjunctivitis and skin rashThe infection is transmitted mainly by droplets, but also by direct contact and through the digestive tract (depending on the type of virus)
Sporothrix schenckiiFungusSporotrichosisSymptoms include a small, red, painless bump that appears at the site of infection. As time passes, this lump turns into an ulcer (sore). The lump can develop up to 3 months after injuryThe Sporothrix schenckii fungus is found on plants. The infection commonly occurs when the skin is broken when handling plant materials such as rose bushes, brambles, or soil that contains a lot of compost
Streptobacillus moniliformis / Spirillum minusBacteriumRat-bite feverFever, vomiting, headache, and back and joint painIt is a rare bacterial disease spread by the bite of infected rodents
Streptococcus pneumoniae and Haemophilus influenzaeBacteriumMiddle ear infectionEarache, fever, nervousness, itching inside the ear, trouble sleepingThis infection is often the result of another illness - cold, flu, or allergy - that causes congestion and swelling of the nasal passages, throat, and Eustachian tubes.
Treponema pallidumbacteriumYawsAbout 2 to 4 weeks after infection, a person develops an ulcer where the bacteria entered the skin. The ulcer is a mass that may be tan or reddish and looks like a raspberry. It is usually painless, but it does itch. These ulcers can last for months. More ulcers may appear shortly before or after heals. Scratching the ulcer can cause the bacteria to spread from the mother's Buba to skin that is not infected. Finally, skin ulcers healIt is transmitted by direct contact with skin lesions of infected people
treptococcus pyogenesBacteriumNecrotizing soft tissue infectionA small, painful, reddish bump or spot on the skin that spreads. A very painful bruise-like area that develops and grows rapidly, sometimes in less than an hour. The center turns dark and blackish and then turns black and the tissue dies. The skin may break open and ooze fluidNecrotizing soft tissue infection occurs when bacteria enter the body, usually through a minor wound or scrape
Trichosporon beigeliiFungusTrichosporonosisInjuries to the skin, torso, face, and arms cause trichosporonosis. Other symptoms include cough, fever, and bloody sputumThis organism is found in the ground and can enter the body through the respiratory tract, gastrointestinal system, or skin wounds
varicella-zoster (VVZ)VirusChickenpoxFever / low-grade fever, malaise, headache, myalgias, pharyngitis, nasal congestion, anorexia, occasionally transient skin erythema, abdominal pain and less frequent diarrhea, generalized gallbladder rash, itchy, initially presents small erythematous macules, than papules 5-10 mm wide diameter that become vesicles with transparent liquid content, later cloudyThe source of infection is the person with chickenpox or, less frequently, herpes zoster. Transmission is through the aerosol generation and the placenta
varicella-zoster (VVZ)VirusZosterPain, burning, numbness or tingling, tenderness to touch, red rash that starts a few days after pain, fluid-filled blisters that break open and crust over, itching, fever, headache, light sensitivity, fatigueZoster occurs because of the varicella-zoster virus, which is the same virus that causes chickenpox. If you have had chickenpox, the virus remains inactive in nerve tissue near the spinal cord and brain. Years later, the virus can reactivate and cause zoster
Vibrio parahaemolyticusBacteriumVibriosisWatery diarrhea, often accompanied by abdominal cramps, nausea, vomiting, fever, and chillsThe infection is transmitted by droplets, also by direct contact with contaminated material (main secretion from the upper respiratory tract, in addition to urine, blood, feces) and transplacental (congenital infection)
viruses belonging to the family TogaviridaeVirusRubellaGeneral malaise, headache, myalgias, odynophagia, nasal congestion, dry cough, conjunctivitis (without photophobia), mild fever, anorexia, splenomegaly, pharyngitis, small red spots on the soft palate, transient hepatitisThe virus is transmitted by several species of mosquitoes of the genus Aedes spp. (especially A. aegypti and A. albopictus). Transmission between humans by blood or vertical route is possible
chikungunya virus (CHIKV)VirusChikungunya feverHigh fever (> 39 ºC) of sudden onset and severe arthralgia, most often bilateral and symmetrical, of several joints. In general, it affects the hands and feet. Some patients report headaches, myalgia, nausea, and vomiting. On physical examination, conjunctivitis and a maculopapular rash are observedSource of infection: sick or infected persons (the virus is present in saliva; after primary infection, it is excreted episodically throughout life). The infection is spread by contact with saliva and objects contaminated with saliva
Epstein-Barr virusVirusInfectious mononucleosisPharyngitis and tonsillitis, enlargement of lymph nodes and spleen, hepatitis, rash, headache (typically retroorbital), abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting, general malaise, fatigue, feeling of exhaustion, difficulty concentrating; sometimes the so-called chronic fatigue syndrome occursIt is transmitted by saliva: through kisses, when drinking from the same glass or the same bottle, and when sharing food or drinks with other people. Also, the virus can live for several hours outside the body
virus family of ParamyxoviridaeVirusMumpsInflammation of the salivary glands, pain, and edema of the parotid glands, erythema in the exit area of ​​the parotid duct and edema of the parotid papilla in the mucosa of the cheek, decreased salivary secretion (sensation of dryness in the mouth), pain in the parotid gland that increases when eating products, difficulties in chewing, swallowing and opening the mouth, feverThe infection is transmitted by droplets during direct contact with the patient or indirect contact with contaminated material or objects (blood, saliva, cerebrospinal fluid, urine)
virus of the Paramyxoviridae family.VirusMeaslesHigh fever, even up to 40 ° C (1-7 days), dry cough (may persist 1-2 weeks), acute nasal congestion, rhinorrhea, conjunctivitis (photophobia), which can become very severe, especially in adults, associated with eyelid edema; It remits with the drop in fever.The infection is transmitted by small droplets (aerosols) and by contact with the secretions of the patient ( from the respiratory tract)
yellow fever virus (Family FlaviviridaeVirusYellow feverFever, chills, back muscle aches, headache, nausea or vomiting, hypoxia and dizziness, jaundice, choluria, symptoms of kidney failureThe virus is transmitted mainly by mosquitoes of the genus Aedes spp. or Haemagogus spp
dengue virus (DENV 1-4)VirusDengueHigh fever, severe headache, intraocular pain that is very typical, nausea, arthralgia, myalgia, and prostration. erythematous lesions, liver damage, and jaundice may occurHumans and monkeys constitute the only reservoir of the virus, the vectors are mosquitoes of the genus Aedes (the most important being Aedes aegypti). The disease is not transmitted directly from person to person
molluscum contagiosum virus (VMC)VirusMolluscum contagiosumPrimary skin rash: a hard, smooth, skin-colored or lighter papule, 1-5 mm in diameter, They do not usually cause discomfort, there is rarely discomfort during the phase of the disappearance of the lesions (when they have been accompanied by a severe inflammation or eczema). They can occur: autoinoculation, secondary bacterial infection (especially in case of scratching the lesions), and scarsThe infection is spread by direct contact with the infected or contaminated skin of the patient with a susceptible individual, also during sexual contact or by contaminated clothing, towels, or other objects
Coxsackie-type virus (Picornaviridae family)VirusHand, foot and mouth disease, Herpangina, Pleurodynia remitting,Febrile states, multiform rash, digestive tract infection, hepatitis, acute pancreatitis, orchitis and epididymitis, urinary tract infection, conjunctivitis. Coxsackieviruses are considered to be involved in the pathogenesis of type 1 diabetes mellitusThe transmission is person to person by direct or indirect contact through environmental contamination (water and food) and by respiratory secretions through droplets
Zika virus (ZIKV)VirusZikaLow-intensity fever, conjunctivitis, headache, pain in the small joints of the hands and feet, myalgia and pruritic maculopapular rash, sometimes enlarged lymph nodesThe virus is transmitted mainly by several species of mosquitoes of the genus Aedes spp. (especially Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus), which bite more intensely at dawn and dusk
Yersinia enterocoliticaBacteriumYersinosisInfected people may have mild or severe diarrhea, fever, and abdominal cramps. Sometimes yersinia infection can be similar to appendicitisThe yersinia germ is spread through consumption of contaminated food or water and contact with infected people or animals

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