MIC 330 HW January 27 2011-1 (Repaired)

MIC 330 HW January 27 2011-1 (Repaired) - Bhalerao Kaustubh...

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Bhalerao Kaustubh MIC 330 1/27/11 Group 1 Name of Disease: Food poisoning Campylobacteriosis Yersinia enterocolitica Entamoeba histolytica Chlamydia trachomatis Agent Clostridium perfringens Campylobacter jejuni Hepatitis A virus Hepatitis B virus Viral Protein Spore former (in spore form) Bacterium Bacterium Virus Virus Virus Natural Reservoir Soil, the intestines of human and animals and sewage. Wild bird, migratory bird (ranes, ducks, geese and seagulls), domestic bird and rodents Humans but also seen in monkeys Humans Animals; not any humans
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Incubation Period 8 to 22 hours 2 to 5 days 2 to 6 weeks Weeks to months 2 days Mode of Transmission Foodborne Vehicle borne Ingestion of contaminated food and direct contacted with infected people Exposure to infectious blood, blood transfussion, sexual contact with infected Fecal matter and oral Risk Factors
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Contaminated meat and reheated meat Raw chicken, raw milk and non-chlorinated water.
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