Region Type of virus Transmission Route Incubation Period Source of Infection Sign Symptom Complication Virulence Factor Dif. Diagnosis Epidemiology Prophylaxis
Bacterial infections PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA Contact with Infected articles Variable Na - Urinary tract infection: Fever with chills , and burning micturition - Pyogenic infection : Fever , Localized signs of Inflammation ( red, swollen , Function loss ) and abscess ( indurated ) formation with or without draining sinus or fistula . - Septicaemia : fever ,and signs of septicshock - Urinary tract infection: Fever with chills , and burning micturition - Pyogenic infection : Fever , Localized signs of Inflammation ( red, swollen , Function loss ) and abscess ( indurated ) formation with or without draining sinus or fistula . - Septicaemia : fever ,and signs of septicshock Polysaccharide capsule , Pili, Lipopolysaccharide ( LPS) , Pyocyanin , Exotoxin A and Exotoxin S, proteases ( general protease , alkaline protease and elastase), haemolysins ( phospholipase C and heat- stable hamnolipid ) and lipase , inherently resistant to many antibiotics Prevention of cross infection in hospitals requires constant vigilance and strict attention to asepsis . The inappropriate use of broad - spectrum antibiotic should also be avoided .