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Campylobacter, FDA
Campylobacter: Low-Profile Bug Is Food Poisoning Leader/ Concerns About Chicken, Resistance to Antibiotics, Vaccine on the Horizon, The Consumer's Role
Campylobacteriosis Foodborne, Institute of Food Science & Technology
Foodborne Campylobacteriosis - and How to Safeguard Against It/ Summary: Campylobacters occur widely as part of the normal intestinal flora of many warm- blooded animals including chickens and turkeys. in addition, the organism occurs in raw water and raw milk. Campylobacters enter the human food chain at slaughter of the animals and this is believed to be the main source of infection for man. The illness in man involves diarrhoea, sometimes with a bloody stool, which may last from 2-10 days. It is usually self-limiting. Campylobacters will not readily grow in food, so the control measures should focus on the prevention of contamination and cross-contamination. Thus, experts around the world recognise that the application of HACCP to production, processing and distribution of poultry products is important. Consumers should be aware of the risk associated with consuming raw or undercooked food of animal origin. This risk can be avoided by consuming only pasteurised milk and thoroughly cooked meat/poultry; by obtaining water from approved sources; and by good hygiene in the kitchen. Another risk factor is pets in and around the home, so they should be kept out of the kitchen.
Campylobacteriosis, New York State Department of Health
New York State Department of Health, Communicable Disease Fact Sheet/ Campylobacteriosis
Candidiasis Oral, P&G Dental Resource Net
Oral Candidiasis/ Overview, Epidemiology, Etiology and Pathogenesis, Diagnosis, Clinical Presentation and Treatment, Suggested Medications for the Treatment of Pseudomembranous Candidiasis, Treatment of hyperplastic candidiasis, Suggested Medications for the Treatment of Chronic Atrophic (Erythematous) Candidiasis, Suggested Medications for the Treatment of Angular Cheilitis
Candidiasis Oral, Project Inform,
Oral Candidiasis (Thrush)/ Cause, Diagnosis, Treatment, Treating Candidiasis Chart, Side Effects & Drug Interactions, Anti-fungal Drugs & Pregnancy, Kids and Candidiasis, Prevention, Good Oral Health Tips!, Treating & Preventing Fungal Infections Naturally, Help from Food and Diet Changes
Candidiasis Oral, Sesame Street Parents
A Coating on the Tongue
Candidiasis Right Axilla, Dept. of Dermatology/University of Iowa College of Medicine
Candidiasis - Right Axilla - Satellite Pustules
Candidiasis, AEGiS
Candidiasis / Classification, Description, Danger Zone, Prevention, Treatment
Candidiasis, American Family Physician
Terconazole vs. Fluconazole for Treatment of Candidiasis
Candidiasis, Candida Page
Candida Albicans/Candidiasis Web Sites
Cat Scratch Disease, MMWR
Epidemiologic Notes and Reports Encephalitis Associated with Cat Scratch Disease -- Broward and Palm Beach Counties, Florida, 1994/ MMWR Weekly, December 16, 1994 / 43 (49);909,915-916
Cat Scratch Disease, Pediatric Bulletin
Cat-Scratch Disease, EID
Unraveling Mysteries Associated with Cat-Scratch Disease, Bacillary Angiomatosis, and Related Syndromes/ EID Volume 1, Number 1, January-March 1995, Abstract: The search for the infectious agents responsible for cat-scratch disease, bacillary angiomatosis, and related syndromes has a long and often circuitous history. Recognition of the etiologic agents and a new understanding of the fundamental features of the epidemiology and natural history of modern day Bartonella (formerly Rochalimaea)-associated diseases culminate a multipartite story that combines clinical medicine, traditional microbiology, and novel technological approaches to solve a long-standing enigma.
Cat-Scratch Disease,
Diagnosis and Management of Cat-Scratch Disease in Primary Care/ The Internet Journal of Advanced Nursing Practice, 1997; Vol.1, No.2, Abstract: Cat-scratch disease (CSD) is a relatively common, zoonotic, infectious disease transmitted by young cats that serve as passive vectors for the bacillus Bartonella henselae. Although CSD can affect persons of any age, the condition is most common in previously healthy children and adolescents. Clients with CSD generally present with a positive history of contact with young cats, an inoculation skin papule, and proximal, regional lymphadenitis which can persist for several months. The typical course of CSD is usually benign and self-limiting and requires only supportive therapy. This article discusses the diagnosis and management of uncomplicated CSD in the primary care setting. Recommendations for prevention, reflective of the Centers for Disease Control guidelines, are included.
Cat-Scratch Disease, PedBase
Cervix Cancer, NOAH
Cervix Cancer / Basics, Risks and Prevention, Diagnosis and Symptoms, Staging and Treatment, Special Considerations
Chancroid, American Social Health Association
Chancroid / About chancroid. What Is Chancroid?, How Common is It?, Transmission, Signs Of Symptoms, Testing, Treatment, Prevention, Why Worry?, Partner Communication, Provider Communication, More Information
Chancroid, New York State Department of Health
Chancroid (Soft Chancre) / About chancroid
Chikungunya Virus Disease, ENIVD
Chikungunya Virus Disease
Chikungunya Virus, Chikungunya Virus-Vads Corner
Chikungunya Virus
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