Region Type of virus Transmission Route Incubation Period Source of Infection Sign Symptom Complication Virulence Factor Dif. Diagnosis Epidemiology Prophylaxis
Bacterial infections Staphylococcus aureus Skin and mucosa 24 hours Na Mucosal hyperemia, erythematous rash Fever, hypotension,myalgia,vomiting, diarrhea Liver failure, kidney failure, Central nervous system involvement Staphylococcal enterotoxins,Toxic shock syndrome toxin which is superantigen
Bacterial infections Staphylococcus aureus Skin and mucosa 24 hours Na Mucosal hyperemia, erythematous rash Fever, hypotension,myalgia,vomiting, diarrhea Liver failure, kidney failure, Central nervous system involvement Staphylococcal enterotoxins,Toxic shock syndrome toxin which is superantigen drug hypersensitivity, viral exanthemas, scarlet fever, thermal burnspemphigus vulgaris, bullous pemphigoid), and toxic epidermal necrolysis Children and menstrurating age group of women
Bacterial infections Gardnerella vagiualis Sexually Na
Bacterial infections ACTINOMYCES Species Contact with contaminated soil 2 to 14 days Na Multiple abscesses and granulomata, tissue destruction, extensive fibrosis and the formation of sinuses with discharging yellow pus with hard sulphur kind granules. Multiple abscesses and granulomata, tissue destruction, extensive fibrosis and the formation of sinuses with discharging yellow pus with hard sulphur kind granules