Measles will be spread or transmitted and the   mode   of transmission is by cough or sneeze it spread and the measles virus can live up to two hours in air space and if the other person breathe the contaminated air or touch the infected person surfaces then their eyes, nose will become infected and the treatment  is a measles vaccine given within 72 hours of exposure  and a dose of immune  proteins  called immunoglobulin, taken within the six days of exposure  and the treatment will be the acetaminophen to reduce  the fever and the  humidifier  to ease a cough  and sore throat and the vitamin a supplements also and the diagnosis by the examining of skin rashes  and checking  the symptoms of the disease  such  as white spots in the mouth, fever, cough, and sore throat  and the other complications are like ear infection,  bronchitis, blindness, and during pregnancy it may lead to the complications like miscarriage or preterm labor Measles now a days coming with the vaccines  and the 90% vaccines are effective in treating of it in the 2015 approximately 1300 people died due to the disease  and the vaccine of MMR  give life to the people and the vaccines will be different for the pediatric  and adults and the new vaccines are there to treating of it


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