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Scientific Name: Clostridium Tetani

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Chloe Cruz

on 12 May 2015

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Transcript of Scientific Name: Clostridium Tetani

How The Organism Attacks and Spreads
In unvaccinated individuals, tetanus is contracted through a cut or deep wound which becomes contaminated with the disease. Tetanus has also been associated with clean wounds, surgical procedures, insect bites, dental infections, and intravenous drug use. this disease is not contagious.
Is It Dangerous?
Tetanus is extremely dangerous because of the damage it can do to your body, and if not treated soon and well enough, you can ultimately lose your life.
Most common Victims
Annual rate of victims.
Tejpratap S. P. Tiwari MD.December 21, 2014(www.cdc.gov)
Health,New York. December 21,2014 (www.health.ny.gov)

Scientific Name: Clostridium Tetani
Common Name: Tetanus or lockjaw

Where the disease can be found
The bacteria is everywhere in the environment and is commonly found in soil, dust, and manure.
Most common injury done to victim
Broken bones
Breathing difficulties
Tetanus is a serious
disease that affects the nervous system, leading to painful muscle contractions, specifically to your jaw and neck muscles. Tetanus can interfere with your ability to breath and may ultimately cost you your life.
Symptoms Of Tetanus
Muscle Cramps
Sore Muscles
Difficulty Swallowing
Tetanus occurs most in older people and in agricultural workers who come in contact with animal manure.
Written By: Chloë Cruz
Grade 8

Branswell,Helen.The Globe and Mail. December 22,2014 (http://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/health-and-fitness)
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