Transmission It is a term that comes from Latin transmissio and that refers to the action and effect of transmitting . This verb, meanwhile, is linked to transfer, transfer, disseminate, communicate or drive , according to him context.
The mechanical transmission is the mechanism which is responsible for transmitting power between two or more elements of a machine, and this is usually done by rotating elements, such as gears with belts or chains.
By changing the speed Rotating an input shaft, the transmission generates a different output speed. An example of the use of transmission appears in the case of automobiles.
It is known as heat transmission to the passage of the thermal energy of a body from a higher temperature to a lower temperature. This transfer occurs in such a way that both bodies (or the body and its environment) reach thermal equilibrium.
The data transmission , on the other hand, is the exchange or sending of information in analog or digital format. It is said that television and radio broadcast their programs, since they reach the public through antennas, cables and other devices. For example: "The transmission of Channel 12 was cut just as the president's speech began", "I don't like the transmission of the game: the camera is very far from the action", "Thanks to the efforts of our advertisers, the broadcast arrives live and direct to all corners of the country", “The recital will not enjoy television broadcasting, but can be heard on the radio or Internet”.
Sexually transmitted diseases
It is known by the name of disease sexually transmitted (STD) to any infection acquired through sexual intercourse with a person who previously possesses it, and its causes may be parasites, viruses or bacteria.
A large part of these diseases are as common in men as in women, although very often the complications that arise from them usually affect women in particular. In the case of a pregnancy, in addition, the baby can also suffer the consequences.
STDs caused by parasites or bacteria they can be treated with certain medications, such as antibiotics; On the other hand, those that have a viral origin have no cure, although some drugs help keep them under control. To prevent the spread of a sexually transmitted disease, the use of latex condoms is advised; However, this precaution is not infallible.
Among the most common STDs are the following:
* chlamydia: It is caused by bacteria and is spread during any type of sexual practice. It affects men and women alike. Normally, there are no symptoms, but it can cause a certain burning when urinating, or a strange discharge from the penis or vagina;
* Genital herpes: the cause of the virus herpes simplex and it is spread through penetration and oral sex. It usually causes sores in the genital or rectal area, on the thighs and buttocks. It is worth mentioning that the presence of these sores is not necessary for contagion to occur. Women can infect their children at the time of Birth;
* AIDS: acronym that represents the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, the most advanced phase of infection caused by human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). It can be contracted through sexual intercourse with someone infected, and babies can catch of their mothers in the womb or during childbirth;
* HPV: acronym of human papilloma virus, which can produce warts and occur in more than a hundred ways. A large part of these viruses are harmless, although a third are associated with an increase in the chances of contracting Cancer.