1. Child with red rash, high fever, hacking cough
  2. causative agent of measles or rubeola.
    helical RNA virus
  3. transmission of measles or rubeola
    respiratory droplets
  4. patient suffers from headaches, neck paralysis and numbness of extremities
  5. causative agent and transmission of Meningitis
    • caused by Neisseria meningitidis (gram negative)
    • -exhange of respiratory or throat secretions
  6. others about meningitis
    could be viral meningitis causes by Haemophilus influenzae type b.
  7. patient suffers from bloody stools, intestinal pain, fever and red spots on adomen
    typoid fever
  8. causative agent and transmission of typhoid fever
    Salmonella typhi (g-), ingestion of food/water contaminated by bacterium
  9. patient suffers from burning sensation when urinating, abdominal pain and discharge from penis
    Chlamydia or Gonorrhea
  10. causative agent and transmission of Chlamydia or Gonorrhea
    • Chlamydia - chlamydia trachomatis
    • Gonorrhea - Neisseria gonorrhoeae

    transmitted via sexual intercourse
  11. patient has a very yellow complexion, bleeding gums and bloody stools
    Yellow fever
  12. causative agent and transmission of Yellow fever
    icosohedral RNA virus; by mosquitoes
  13. patient has a enlarged jaw tissues from swollen salivary glands
  14. causative agent and transmission of mumps
    helical RNA virus

    by respiratory droplets
  15. patient suffers from blurred vision, slurred speech, difficulty swallowing, chewing and breathing and developing paralysis
  16. causative agent and transmission of botulism
    gram +: clostridium botulinum

    by consumption of toxin-contaminated food
  17. child with bloodshot eyes
  18. causative agent and transmission of conjunctivitis.
    • several microbes include gram _ bacterium Haemophilus aegyptius
    • -by face to face contact, airborne droplets and contaminated instruments
  19. patient has high fever, sharp chest pains and difficulty breathing
    bacterial pneumonia
  20. causative agent and transmission of bacterial pneumonia
    • differ microorganisms; most common is gram + bacterium streptococcus pneumoniae
    • by person to person contact, respiratory droplets
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