Region Type of virus Transmission Route Incubation Period Source of Infection Sign Symptom Complication Virulence Factor Dif. Diagnosis Epidemiology Prophylaxis
Bacterial infections Yersinia pestis Infected rat flea(X.cheopsis), Airborne droplets 1 Na
Bacterial infections Yersinia pestis Infected rat flea(X.cheopsis), Airborne droplets 2-6 days Na Bubonic plague: swelling inguinal lymph nodes with suppuration, fever, chills, malaise, In case of bubonic plague : fever, cough, epectation Septicemic: haemorrhages in skin Bubonic plague: swelling inguinal lymph nodes with suppuration, fever, chills, malaise, In case of bubonic plague : fever, cough, epectation Septicemic: haemorrhages in skin Fraction-1 envelope, V & w proteins,bacteriocin,fibronolycin, coagulase,produce haemin & purine. Control of fleas, active immunisation & killed (whole bacterial culture antigen of plague bacillus) Tetracyclin 500mg 6 hourly 1 week
Bacterial infections Yersinia pestis Infected rat flea, Airborne (droplets) 2-6 days Na 1.bubonic plague :swelling inguinal lymph nodes with suppuration, fever, chills, malaise. 2. Pneumonic plague: fever, cough, expectoration,3. Septicaemic plague: haemmorhages in skin 1.bubonic plague :swelling inguinal lymph nodes with suppuration, fever, chills, malaise. 2. Pneumonic plague: fever, cough, expectoration,3. Septicaemic plague: haemmorhages in skin Fraction -1 envelop, V and W proteins, Coagulase, haemin and purine., bacteriocin, fibrinolysin Control of fleas, active immunisation with killed vaccine, Tetracycline 500mg 6 hrly for 1 week.