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Food and Water Borne Pathogens
In this lecture ´´Bacterial Foodborne and Direct Contact Diseases´´ are explained. Section one is about ´´Food and Water Borne Pathogens´´. Educator starts this section by discussing foodborne and water borne diseases in detail. Then water borne pathogens are elaborated. Following this, botulism is explained. Likewise, information revealed about botulinum toxin. Furthermore, Botox-application is explained. Next is the elucidation of campylobacter jejuni gastroenteritis given by educator. In the end, campylobacter jejuni infection is pursued.
Food and Water Borne Diseases
Section two is about ‘’Food and Water Borne Diseases’’. Educator begins with explanation of cholera. After that Escherichia coli gastroenteritis is discussed. Then Enteropathogenic E. Coli (EPEC) is pursued. Following this, sepsis and septic shock is elaborated. Furthermore, stages of septic shock are discussed in detail. Salmonellosis is also pursued in this section. Later on, shigellosis is highlighted. At last, educator sheds light on staphylococcal food poisoning.
Direct Contact Diseases
Section three is about ‘’Direct Contact Diseases’’. Earlier in this section, educator explains gas gangrene (clostridial myonecrosis). After that group B streptococcal disease is discussed. Then mycobacterial skin infections are highlighted. Likewise, information about leprosy is given. Later on, educator sheds light on tattoo-associated mycobacterial infections. At last, peptic ulcer disease and gastritis is elaborated.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Section four is about ‘’Sexually Transmitted Diseases’’. Educator's prime focus is the elucidation of sexually transmitted diseases. In the very first slide educator briefly explains the microorganism, the disease which they cause, and their treatment. Then elaborates chlamydial diseases. Subsequently, gonorrhea is discussed. Furthermore, syphilis is focused. At the end, information about treatment is revealed.
Staphylococcal and Streptococcal Diseases
Section five is about ‘’Staphylococcal and Streptococcal Diseases’’. Firstly, staphylococcal diseases are discussed. After that enzymes and toxins produced by staphylococci comes under consideration. Then information is conveyed on methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus. Next subject of discussion is streptococcal diseases. Moving onward, invasive streptococcal infections are elaborated. Likewise, tetanus is pursued. Bacterium clostridium tetani is also considered in this section. Lastly, educator focuses trachoma.