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Microorganism microbe - small organism not visible to the naked eye.
nonpathogens mocriorganisms who take care of the body
pathogens germs
bacteria simple, one celled organism that multiply rapidly
protozoa one cell animal like organisms
fungi simple plant like organisms
rickettside parasitic microorganism
viruses the smallest organisms and cause sickness
hepetitis B caused by HPV virus
hep C caused by HCV, blood trammits it
aerobic require oxygen to survive
anaerobic live and reproduce in absence of oxygen
endegemous infection/disease originated in the body
exogenes infection/disease originates outside the body
nosocomial infection aquire it in hospital
oppurtunistic infections occurs when body is weak/defensless
causative agent pathogen bacterium/virus
reservoir where it on live
fomites objecs contaminated wih infectious material that contains pathogens
portal of exit way to escape from resvoir to another resevoir
mode of transmission way it transmitted to another resevoir
portal of entry way to enter the resevoir
susceptible host person likely to get infections/disease
chain of infection (all 3 before chain of infection) togather.
Created by: kevinwm