Typhoid

Daisy Waring
Mind Map by Daisy Waring, updated more than 1 year ago
Daisy Waring
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Typhoid mind map

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Typhoid
1 Causative organism
1.1 Salmonella typhi
2 Incubation period
2.1 8-14 days
3 Occurence
3.1 17 million per year worldwide
4 Natural reservoirs
4.1 No natural reservoir outside humans
5 Mode of transmission
5.1 Only affects humans
5.2 Water & food contaminated by infected feces
6 Period of cummunicability
6.1 As long as Typhoid is present in excreta
6.2 Some become permanent carriers
7 Signs & symptoms
7.1 Severe diarrhea
7.2 Rose spots on chest & abdomen
7.3 Temperature above 39 degrees C
7.4 Headache
7.5 Stomach pains
7.6 Headache
7.7 Loss of appetite
8 Preventative measures
8.1 Vaccination for travellers to Asia, Middle East, Africa, Latin America, & Pacific Islands
8.2 Health education on hygiene & hand washing
9 Methods of control
9.1 Antibiotics
9.2 Frequently washing hands before food & after toilet
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