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Septic Shock
1. Pathogen
2. Portal of Entry
3. Symptoms
4. Method of Transmission
1.Enterococci
Group B Streptococci
2. Skin
3. Fever, chills, increased heart rate, lymphangitis
4. Injection, Catheterization
Endocarditis
1. Pathogen
2. Portal of Entry
3. Symptoms
4. Method of Transmission
1. Group A streptococci
Staphylococci Aureus
2. Skin, Mucous Membrane
3. Feverl, Malaise, heart murmur, damage to heart valves
4. From focal infection
Pericarditis
1. Pathogen
2. Portal of Entry
3. Symptoms
4. Method of Transmission
1. Streptococcus Pyogenes
2. Skin, mucous membrane
3. Fever, mailaise, heart murmur
4. From focal infection
Rheumatic Fever
1. Pathogen
2. Portal of Entry
3. Symptoms
4. Method of Transmission
1. Group A Beta-hemolytic streptococci
2. repeated streptococcal infection creates autoimmune condition that attacks heart
3. Arthritis, Fever, damage to heart valves
4.
Tularemia
1. Pathogen
2. Portal of Entry
3. Symptoms
4. Method of Transmission
1. Francisella Tularensis
2. Skin, Respiratory Tract
3. Local infection, enlarged lymph nodes, pneumonia
4. Fly bite, inhalation, direct contact with infected animals
Brucellosis
1. Pathogen
2. Portal of Entry
3. Symptoms
4. Method of Transmission
1. Brucella spp.
2. Mouth, skin, mucous membrane
3. Local abscess, undulating fever
4. Direct contact
Anthrax
1. Pathogen
2. Portal of Entry
3. Symptoms
4. Method of Transmission
1. Bacillus Anthracis
2. Mouth, Skin, Respiratory Tract
3. Papule(cutaneous), bloody diarrhea, septic shock
4. Direct contact, ingestions, inhalation
Gangrene
1. Pathogen
2. Portal of Entry
3. Symptoms
4. Method of Transmission
1. Clostridium Perfingens
2. Skin
3. Tissue necrosis
4. Puncture wound
Plague
1. Pathogen
2. Portal of Entry
3. Symptoms
4. Method of Transmission
1. Yersinia Pestis
2. Skin, Respiratory Tract
3. Enlarged lymph nodes, septic shock
4. fleas, inhalation
Relapsing Fever
1. Pathogen
2. Portal of Entry
3. Symptoms
4. Method of Transmission
1. Borrelia spp.
2. Skin
3. Series of fever peaks
4. Soft ticks
Lyme Disease
1. Pathogen
2. Portal of Entry
3. Symptoms
4. Method of Transmission
1. Borrelia Burgdorferi
2. Skin
3. Bull's eye rash, neurological symptoms
4. Ticks
Epidemic Typhus
1. Pathogen
2. Portal of Entry
3. Symptoms
4. Method of Transmission
1. Rickettsia Prowazekii
2. Skin
3. Stupor and Rash
4. louse
Endemic Typhus
1. Pathogen
2. Portal of Entry
3. Symptoms
4. Method of Transmission
1. Rickettsia Typhi
2. Skin
3. Fever, Headache, mild disease, rarely fatal
4. Fleas
Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
1. Pathogen
2. Portal of Entry
3. Symptoms
4. Method of Transmission
1. Rickettsia Rickettsii
2. Skin
3. Macular rash, fever, headache
4. ticks
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