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Dysentery Pandemic

By: Saaketh Vummalaneni and Ansel Olmeda
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By: Ansel Olmeda and Saaketh Vummalaneni Dysentery Dysentery Pandemic Thank You For Watching Most governments reacted by increasing sanitation and hiring epidemiologists
Local areas did the same and worked with the government
Also governments trained and educated its people
Community reaction was to be sanitized and be educated
Local and federal governments had to work very efficiently to get rid of dysentery
Vaccines are being developed at the moment
Antibiotics include: ampicillin, Rocephine, Cipro, and Bactrim
Treatment Methods of prevention include: sanitation, education, and awareness.
Remember to practice good habits in foreign countries
Wash your hands before handling, eating, or cooking food
Wash your hands after you go to the bathroom
Wash your hands after touching an infected person
Vaccines are being developed using many methods
A few of these are typhoid vaccines, zinc, enema, and shigella vaccines Prevention Despcription Dysentery is a viral, bacterial, or parasitic disease
The most common pathogen though is Shigella bacteria
Some symptoms include: diarrhea, stomach pains, delirium
We believe that this disease is a pandemic
This is because it has appeared in all continents in large numbers
The spread rate for dysentery is 50 out of 1000 people
The death rate is 15% of people who contract it Bibliography “Dysentery.” Phage International. PhageInternational, 3 Feb. 2003. Web. 30 Oct. 2012. <http://www.phageinternational.com/phagetherapy/diseases/dysentery.htm>.
Dysentery. PickledEel. Revolution Magazine, Feb. 2007. Web. 31 Oct. 2012. <http://www.pickledeel.com/2007/02/>.
Medify. Alliance Health Networks, n.d. Web. 31 Oct. 2012. <https://www.medify.com/conditions/dysentery>.
“Namuwongo Slum.” Britolam. Hewlett-Packard, n.d. Web. 31 Oct. 2012. <http://www.britolam.org/Index.asp?ArticleID=389&CategoryID=408&Page=1>. By: Saaketh Vummalaneni and Ansel Olmeda Worldwide spread of disease Model of how you get infected Cause of Dysentery Dysentery can be caused by any pathogen.
But most commonly caused by Shigella bacteria
Also common is amoebic dysentery
Shigella is a rod shaped bacteria that comes in duos or groups
You only need to ingest 100 bacteria to become infected
If you eat contaminated food or touch a contaminated person, then you might contract Shigella
Other pathogens are incapable of creating epidemics
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