How People Can Become Infected With Tetanus, And Warning Symptoms Of This Dangerous Infection
March 19, 2018
Tetanus is a serious, potentially life-threatening bacterial infection that manifests primarily in uncontrollable muscle contractions. The disease is commonly called "lockjaw" because it often affects muscles in the jaw and neck. Fortunately, the disease is rare in the developed world, but those who aren't vaccinated against it and those who haven't received a booster shot as recommended are at a higher risk of getting infected.