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While the majority of microorganisms are innocuous and some are even useful to man, a small proportion of them are harmful. When microorganisms elude the body and cause harm, the person is said to have an infection. Localized infection refers to an infection that affects a relatively limited part of the body, while generalized or systemic infection refers to an illness that affects the whole body (which are usually spread through the bloodstream).

The Presidents of Suriname (on behalf of the Caribbean Community), Slovenia, Brazil, Nauru, Hungary, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Senegal, Mozambique, Gabon, Guinea, Trinidad and Tobago, Kenya, and Austria addressed the discussion on non-communicable illnesses.

Bangladesh, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Barbados, Fiji, the Bahamas, Swaziland, Tonga, and Mali were also represented by their Prime Ministers.

Previously, chronic NCDs were thought to be an issue primarily affecting high-income nations, while infectious illnesses seemed to be a problem primarily affecting low-income ones. The burden of illness due to NCDs has been estimated at 85 percent in developed countries, 70 percent in middle-income countries, and approximately 50 percent in low-income countries. [8] Chronic NCDs accounted for more than 60% (over 35 million) of the world's 57 million deaths in 2008. Given the global population distribution, about 80% of fatalities from chronic NCDs occur in poor and medium income nations, with just 20% occurring in high income countries.

Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease (COLD) is a non-allergic bronchial inflammation that results in bronchial constriction, impairing normal respiratory metabolism. COLD is characterized by a persistent cough with phlegm and shortness of breath. Multiple bronchiectasis is a chronic condition characterized by bronchial enlargement and suppuration in the lower lungs. Multiple bronchiectasis is characterized by a cough with purulent sputum, shortness of breath, and chest discomfort. Among respiratory distress syndromes, it is possible to define an acute respiratory failure induced by major lung injuries of any kind and manifested by non-coronary pulmonary edema and difficult breathing.

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