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Mode of Transmission

Mode of Transmission

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Cellulitis - MOT
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InfectionTransmissionIsolationInfectionTransmissionIsolation
Infectious Disease Epidemiology SectionOffice of Public HealthLouisiana Dept of Health & Hospitals504-219-4563
http://www.dhh.louisiana.gov/offices/?id=249
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Spectrum:
No Exposure -Exposure -Colonization -Infection -Disease
Spectrum:
No Exposure -Exposure -Colonization -Infection -Disease
Host + Infectious agent
No foothold:ExposedExposed
Foothold, no reactionColonizationColonizationCarrier
Foothold: epithelial attachment
Multiplication:InfectionInfection
Direct cytotoxicity
Toxins
Tissue disruption
Tissue injury
Dissemination
Asymptomatic
SymptomaticSymptomaticWhat is “Exposed?
Means of transmission:Being in the same room asan infectious tuberculouspatient or with a person with HIV
Specific information:Eating a meal or eating thecontaminated food item?Exposure definition relieson information that may not be all known
 
Flora at Colonization SitesFlora at Colonization Sites
OROPHARYNXOROPHARYNXStreptococcus
viridans 
group
Streptococcus pyogenes Streptococcus pneumoniae 
Staphylococci
Moraxella catarrhalis Neisseria 
spp
Corynebacterium 
spp
Haemophilus 
sppAnaerobes: Bacteroides
Candida albicans 
SKINSKINStaphylococciCorynebacteriaPropionibacteriaCandidaMalassezia furfurCONJUNCTIVACONJUNCTIVAStaphylococciCorynebacteriaHaempphilusGENITOURINARY TRACTGENITOURINARY TRACTStaphylococci, StreptococciEnterococci
Lactobacillus 
spp, Corynebacterium
Neisseria 
spp, Anaerobes
Candida albicans 
UPPER INTESTINEUPPER INTESTINEStreptococci
Lactobacillus 
spp
Candida 
spp
 
NASOPHARYNXNASOPHARYNXStaphylococciStreptococci
Moraxella catarrhalis Neisseria 
spp
Haemophilus 
sppLOWER INTESTINELOWER INTESTINEAerobic G-bacilli:
E.coli 
, KlebsEnterobacter, Proteus, SerratiaProvidencia, Bacteroides, AnaerobicEnterococci, Streptococci, Candida

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