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ZOONOTIC DISEASES

QUIZ REVIEW 10=20=09

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ZOONOTIC DISEASES Passed from animals to humans
ZOONOTIC DISEASES Inhalation; Contact with broken skin; Ingestion; Contact with eyes and mucous membranes; Accidental inoculation by a needle
VIRAL INFECTIONS RABIES
RABIES Spread by contact with infected animal¬īs saliva
RABIES Through a BITE. Tansmited by open woulds or mucous membrances coming in contact with virus rich saliva
RABIES Bats, Raccoons, SkunksCats, Dogs, Horses, Cattle, Companion animals
RABIES At Vet hospital
RABIES Should be immunized with PREEXPOSURE PROPHYLAXIS
RABIES Wear protective glovesx <rubber or latex), Protective gowns and goggles
BACTERIAL INFECTIONS Pathogenic and Nonpathogenic bacteria
BACTERIAL INFECTIONS = PATHOGENIC Salmonella spp; Pasteurellal spp; E coli; Pseudomonas spp
BACTERIAL INFECTIONS = PATHOGENIC Can be transferred by direct contact with animals and their exudates. OPEN CUTS or SORES
BACTERIAL INFECTIONS = PATHOGENIC Inhaled or Absorbed through MUCOUS MEMBRANCES
BACTERIAL INFECTIONS = PATHOGENIC Best Protection = GOOD PERSONAL HYGIENE
LYME DISEASE Infected DEER TICKBORELIA BURGDORFERI
LYME DISEASE People = Aches in the joints; Fever, Other flu=like symptoms
LYME DISEASE BEST DEFENSE = Check yourself daily for ticks. Remove them promptly
LYME DISEASE Use an INSECT REPELLANT when you go out in the fields to work
FUNGAL INFECTIONS RINGWORM is NOT a parasite or worm. Infection of the skin MICROSPORUM sp.
FUNGAL INFECTIONS Passed betwen animals and humans.CATS and HORSES susceptible
FUNGAL INFECTIONS Wear gloves; Practice good hygieneEspecially careful about contamination of clothing because FUNGAL SPORES can be carried to other location (MY HOME) on clothing and infect other animals or people
INTERNAL PARASITES ROUNDWORMS Migrate into virtually any organ in the bodyDevelop into a CYSTLIKE growth known as VISCERAL LARVAL MIGRANS.
ROUNDWORMS VISCERAL LARVAL MIGRANS can develop in a vital organ such as EYE where they can do permanent damage to the retina and may cause blindness
ROUNDWORMS PUPPIES always have some level because of the passage of worms from the bitch to the fetus occurs through the PLACENTA and via LACTATION
ROUNDWORMS When puppy defecates in the soil, roundworm egges survive for long period of time. Then picked up and ingested by another mammal
HOOKWORMS INTERNAL PARASITEÇCUTANEOUS LARVAL MIGRANS
HOOKWORMS Prevelant in warm, humid winters southern areas of US. Children play barefoot where pets defecate
HOOKWORMS Easy to spot Appear as small, red lines in regions where HOOKWORM burrows into skin from soil
HOOKWORMS ITCHY. Lengthen as parasite moves from one part of body to another, SUBCUTANEOUSLY
EXTERNAL PARASITES MITES SARCOPTIC MANGE
EXTERNAL PARASITES Spreads easily to humans from animals
MANGE Occurs in tight clothing. Bra lines and waistbandsDisinfecting soap, gloves, protective gown
Created by: pamjkillgore