Bacterial diseases lecture 2 - Coggle Diagram
Bacterial diseases lecture 2
bacterium possesses adhesins, cytotoxins, and endotoxin
Chickens are the main source for human infections
based on S/S and evidence of bacterium in stool
supportive therapy and erythromycin
proper hand hygiene after handling raw poultry
Severe from of diarrhea with intense inflammation and formation of lesions in the colon.
5-10 clear, foul smelling watery stool
leading to psuedomembranes colitis
toxins help bring on the inflammation and pseudomembrane formation.
based on presence of bacterial toxin in stool
antimicrobials, experimental fecal transplants, antidiarrheal
Avoid unnecessary antimicrobials, hand hygiene practices.
Salmonella typhoid fever
Salmonella enterica serotypes
serotypes typhi and paratyphi
cause typhoid fever
finding salmonella in stool using xTAG GPP nucleic acid test.
avoid unnecessary antimicrobials hand hygiene practice.
presence of "rice-H2O" in stool
supportive care and administration of doxycycline
Bacterial food poisoning (intoxication)
Toxin produced by bacteria grow in food ingested long with food.
Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, discomfort, bloating, loss of appetite, and fever
based on S/S
fluid and electrolyte replacement