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true food bourse toxemias are from what kind of bacteria

gram positive

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food poisining type that has rapid onset

toxemia

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gram positive food bourne pathogen that is treated with antibiotics

listeria

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method of diagnosing food bourne toxemia

focus on the food handler, rather than the patient

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ways gram positive bugs can survive the upper gi tract

forming spores
toxins are heat/acid stable

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gram positive food born bug that does NOT form spores

Listeria

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most common gram positive ingested bacteria that causes severe invasive diease

listeria

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most common gram + bugs that cause fod bourne disease

staph A and clostridium perfringens

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gram positive food borne bug that is a STRICT anerobe

clostridium

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facultaive anerobic rod that causes mild disease

bacillus cerus

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gm + food borne bugs that form rods

bacillus, listeria, closridium

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reason staph A is so common as a food borne bug

salt tolerance

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warm season food illness

staph A

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rapid onset of vomating AND diarrhea with no fever

staph A

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starchy foods and fried rice

b cerus

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n/v and NO diarrhea

b cerus (emetic)

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large quantities of meat that are allowed to cool

c perfinigins

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cold weather bugs

c perfingens

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vegative cells that sporulate when they contact the alkaline intestines

c perfingens

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flagellated motile gram + bug

listeria

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faculative intracelularr pathenogen

listeria

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GI sx + meniginits, encephalitis, late term abortion

listeria

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unpasterizes milk, deli meats and cheese

listeia

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anti-toxin therapy used for

botulism

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home canned foods and infants eating honey

botulism

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reovirus

rotavirus

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2x stranded RNA with no envelope

rotavirus

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transmission of rotavirus

fecal-oral

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mild to severe gatseroenterists and watery diarehha

rotavirus

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peak rotavorus incidence by age

6 months to 2 years

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age at which most kids are immune to rotavirus

4 years

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type of vacciene for rotavirus

live, attenuated

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familiy and communuity outbreak virus

norovirus

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small non-envoloped virus

norovirus

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route of transfer of norovirus

fecal-oral and contanminated water and food

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abrupt abdominal cramps, n/v, diarreha, myalgia, headache and low grade fever

norovirus

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cruise ships, camps, schools, nursing homes

norovirus