Various sanitation practices changed as a result of germ theory of disease.
Germ theory states that germs are the causative organisms of various diseases. Germs include several microbes like bacteria, fungi, virus, protozoa etc. These microbes invade the host body and multiply inside the host body.
Prior to germ theory there were several other theories like the miasma theory but the discovery of microbes proved them to be false. Germ theory brought several changes in sanitation practices and thus has several applications.
John snow an English physician who studied cholera suggested that the transmission was through water contaminated by the faecal matter of infected people.
This discovery gave the idea that sanitation practices have to be improved. The disinfection of surgical instruments is also an improvement that was made in sanitary practices after the formation and acceptance of germ theory.
The definition of sanitation is the process of maintaining cleanliness and dealing with sewage.
An example of sanitation is the city department that makes sure trash is disposed of properly. "Sanitation. hope this helps you :)
wash your hands always you can
use chlorine ti wash the handles.
desinfect your House
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