Safiya Graham - Dyn 18 Gallery Walk Chain of Infection.docx

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Dyn 18 Gallery Walk Chain of Infection 1. View 5 chains and complete: in another color ink Infectious disease name- Norovirus mode of transmission- Through preparation of food, consuming food. susceptible host- People who eat meat or foods that carry the virus. Outcome- Acute gastroenteritis How can you “Break this chain of infection” Be Specific- Making sure to properly prepare food by cleaning it, fully cooking it and making sure there is no red or pink left in the meat. Also washing your hands properly before preparing meat and after. In addition, wearing gloves and proper protection when preparing food or meat because you can get this virus from preparing food. Infectious disease name- Legionnaires’ disease mode of transmission- Droplets from contaminated water. susceptible host- Smokers and people over 50 are more common to get this disease. Behavioral Defenses- Making sure to disinfect all water and make sure it is not contaminated.
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