Region Type of virus Transmission Route Incubation Period Source of Infection Sign Symptom Complication Virulence Factor Dif. Diagnosis Epidemiology Prophylaxis
Bacterial infections Shigella , Enteroinvasive ,E.coli, Viibiro Chalesac, Capmylobacter. Through conaminated food or water , Faeco oral route 1-6 days Na Loose feces containing blood & mucus Abdominal cramps Tenesmus Fever Vomiting Loose feces containing blood & mucus Abdominal cramps Tensemus fever Vomiting
Bacterial infections Shigella, Enteroinvasive , Vibrio cholerae , campylobacter Through conaminated food or water , Faeco oral route 1-6 days Na Loose feces containing blood & mucus Abdominal cramps Tenesmus Fever Vomiting Loose feces containing blood & mucus Abdominal cramps Tensemus fever Vomiting Improving Personal and environmental Sanitation