Mic 330 HW_GenInfo_Set3

Mic 330 HW_GenInfo_Set3 - ARUMUGAM SHANTHINI GROUP 1 Mic...

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ARUMUGAM SHANTHINI GROUP 1 Mic 330 HW Asignments_Set3 Look up the following information for: 1) Amoeba dysentery; 2) Brucellosis; 3) Norwalk-like viruses; 4) Staphylococcus aureus; 5) Japanese encephalitis Name of disease: Amoeba dysentery Brucellosis Norwalk virus infection Skin infections, Pneumonia, Food poisoning, Toxic shock syndrome and Blood poisoning (bacteremia) Japanese encephalitis Agent: Entamoeba histolytica Brucella. Norwalk-like viruses Staphylococcus aureus Japanese encephalitis virus Spore former (in spore form) Protozoa Bacterium Viral Bacterium Viral Natural Reservoir: contaminated food or drink domestic animals Humans man and warm- blooded animals Pond herons, cattle egrets, poultry ducks ardeid birds and pigs. Incubation Period: 10 hours to 7 days 1 to 2 months 1 to 2 days 1-6 hours 5 to 15 days. Mode of Transmission: Fecal-oral, sexual contact orogenital, oroanal and protogenital sexual activity Contact Infection, Food–borne Infection, Air–borne Infection Water borne, Food borne, Person to person (fecal- oral). Gastrointestinal, Skin and hair infections, Systemic infections, Nosocomial infections vector borne (Several species of mosquitoes) Risk Factors: Living in or traveling to developing countries, places that have poor
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