Staphylococcus Aureus belongs to the extremely common bacteria of microflora of the skin and mucous membranes of the humans. These pathogens cause many infections, including superficial and deep purulent infections, poisoning, urinary tract infection etc. In the US, staphylococcus bacteria are supposed to be the leading cause of sepsis, postoperative wound and prosthesis infections. In addition, staphylococcus belongs to one of the leading causes of bacterial food poisoning. Staphylococcus Aureus is one of the most dangerous human pathogen. It is highly virulent with the high rate of resistance to the treatment and antimicrobial infectious agents. The mentioned above proves that the Epidemiology of Staph. Auerus as foodborne pathogen requires
The Bubonic Plague once destroyed 60% of a population once. The Bubonic Plague, or Yertis Pestis bacterium, affects the Immune System, and causes lymph nodes to swell. The Immune System is responsible for the body’s immunity to pathogens. It causes much malfunction in the body, leading up to death if untreated.
Ringworm (Tinea) The disease is primarily known as Ringworm but it can also identified as Tinea or Dermatophytosis. Ringworm can spread by coming in contact with people who already have Ringworm or even animals. It is also spread through sharing dirty items such as combs, towels etc. It could also be developed if you come in contact with any of the fungi which are trichophyton, microsporum and epidermophyton they normally live as spores in soil.
The rash first appears on the wrist and the ankles then spreads in either directions up or down the legs and arms. Other symptoms may include nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain that mimics appendicitis, deep muscle pain, lack of appetite, or red eyes. RMSF is transmitted to humans by a bite of a tick infected with the disease. When an infected tick bites and attaches itself to a human host for at least six to ten hours, transmission of the bacteria may occur. Destroying a tick with your fingers may also transmit the bacteria.
The several medical symptoms are fever, chills, and vomiting(“Plague 1”). There is also the lymph node that consequently swells to form a painful bubo(Benedictow). Discharge can happen and swollen groin and armpits.(Dobson 10). The symptoms can be passed to other people too. The it can be passed in the lungs and make your lungs hurt(Benedictow).
Therefore, most of the infected people are not aware of having that disease in its primary stage. The sores may develop into ulcers that secret uncolored, very infectious fluid. The lesions most of the time are healed without treatment in about six, or it will develop into the secondary
The first symptom was swelling in the groin and armpits ("Black Death"). These swellings were painful and they seeped blood and pus ("Black Death"). Some other symptoms that would begin after the swelling were fever, chills, vomiting, diarrhea, and aches and pains
In the remaining cases, symptoms range from mild to severe. When symptoms occur, they usually begin gradually, about 1 to 3 weeks after the spore is breathed into the lungs. The most common symptoms include: • Cough. • Fever. • Shortness of breath.
Over time the virus can begin to be active and it will rise to the skin where it can there be spread again. If it is not detectable on the skin it can be very hard to discover if you have the disease. If you collect the disease you most likely will not have symptoms right away, symptoms will mainly occur from a couple days to a few weeks after direct contact with the virus. Sometimes you may not have any signs of a breakout for months to a few years.
The bulls-eye rash is around five centimeters in diameter and will have a bright red border. This is accompanied by flu like symptoms that may or may not include chills, fever, myalgia, fatigue and headache. If treatment if not obtained it may take three to four weeks for symptoms and the rash to subsidize, but if antibiotics are administered then rash and symptoms will go away with days. Stage two Lyme disease is present if antibiotics are not administered and will be present within four to ten weeks of the tick bite. In this time some of the manifestations may be joint pain, memory loss, poor motor coordination, and meningitis.
There are symptoms in this stage include lymph nodes enlargement, body rash, and mouth and skin problems (“Symptoms and Stages”). The second stage is chronic HIV also known as human immunodeficiencyvirus a big sign is cold sores. The third and final stage is eventually getting AIDS. AIDS will eventually kill the person infected. Dying from AIDS can be a slow or long process it could take years, months, or even days.
Nguyen Nguyen Professor Microbiology 1 May 18th, 2016 01MW – Staphylococcus Epidermidis The Staphylococcus Epidermidis is classified as bacteria. Scientists reckon it to Firmicutes phylum and adjust it in Bacillales order of Bacilli class. This bacteria belongs to Staphylococcaceae family.