Infectious Disease Chart

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Infectious Disease Chart Name Type Major Symptoms Treatment Prevention Vector Zoonosis Anthrax Bacteria antibiotics No Yes Prion Giardiasis Parasite Intestine Diarrhea antibiotics No Yes Hepatitis A Virus Liver Bed Rest Vaccine No No Hepatitis B Virus Body fluids Liver Vaccine No No Hepatitis C Virus Blood, body fluids Liver No No Virus Liver None No No Herpes II Virus Genital Area No No mode of transmission tissue/organ involved Cutaneous - touching animal product Inhalation - breathing gastrointestinal - eating infected meat Cutaneous - skin Inhalation - lungs gastrointestinal - Cutaneous - itching, boil, scab, can spread to lymphnodes and blood stream Inhalation - malaise, fatal gastrointestinal - bad bowels, vimitting with blood antibiotics (cyprofloxacin or doxycycline) Cruetzfeld-Jacob disease If infected feces contaminate water or food, can be passed in daycares washing hands, clean water supply Fecal-Oral, poor sanitation fever, malaise, loss of appetite, nausea, stomach pain, dark- colored urine and jaundice fatigue, poor appetite, stomach pain, fever, nausea, vomiting and occasionally joint pain,
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