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TYPHOID FEVER  Dzeldin Veljacic
COMMON CAUSES        1. Bacteria – Salmonella Typhi              2. Poor Hygiene      3. Contaminated Foods (Bacteria)    ...
SYMPTOMS    1. High Fever    2. Headaches   3. Constipation     4. Diarrhea 5. Skin Inflammation6. Spleen Enlargement 7. L...
TREATMENTSVaccinations (Not 100% Effective)                                          Antibiotics - Temporary
HAIL MARYTyphoid Mary was a carrier of Typhoid Fever.She spread it throughout New York and parts ofNew England. After bein...
HOW DO I AVOID IT?                Always eat clean fruit.                  Drink clean water.(Boil if traveling to a high ...
WHERE DO I FIND OUT MORE?                           Visit the following websites!http://www.who.int/en/                   ...
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  1. 1. TYPHOID FEVER Dzeldin Veljacic
  2. 2. COMMON CAUSES 1. Bacteria – Salmonella Typhi 2. Poor Hygiene 3. Contaminated Foods (Bacteria) 4. Sweat and Physical Contact5. Exposure to animal (human too!) excretion 6. Insects (blood contamination)
  3. 3. SYMPTOMS 1. High Fever 2. Headaches 3. Constipation 4. Diarrhea 5. Skin Inflammation6. Spleen Enlargement 7. Liver Enlargement
  4. 4. TREATMENTSVaccinations (Not 100% Effective) Antibiotics - Temporary
  5. 5. HAIL MARYTyphoid Mary was a carrier of Typhoid Fever.She spread it throughout New York and parts ofNew England. After being released from aholding facility, Mary went back to cooking food,and at a hospital. She infected more and more(said to have been thousands) people through hercooking. She was placed into custody in order toprevent the further spread of Typhoid Fever.
  6. 6. HOW DO I AVOID IT? Always eat clean fruit. Drink clean water.(Boil if traveling to a high Typhoid carrier region.) Do not eat any contaminated foods. Stay clean, as much as possible. Keep a tidy, hygienic living quarter. Not necessary, but helpful!
  7. 7. WHERE DO I FIND OUT MORE? Visit the following websites!http://www.who.int/en/ http://www.cdc.gov/ Center for Disease Control and Prevention http://www.pubmed.gov

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