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OVERVIEW So what is E. Coli? E. Coli is a bacterium that lives in people and animals. E. Coli can cause bloody diarrhea, stomach cramps, vomiting and.

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3 OVERVIEW So what is E. Coli? E. Coli is a bacterium that lives in people and animals. E. Coli can cause bloody diarrhea, stomach cramps, vomiting and head aches. It can lead to severe anemia or kidney failure, which can also lead to death. You can get E. Coli by having contact with the feces of humans or animals, or unsanitary food. Symptoms of E. Coli start three or four days after contact with E. Coli.

4 TREATMENTS OF E. COLI Avoid medicines and prescription or nonprescription in 5 to 10 days. Do not use antibiotics. Just get plenty of rest and lots of fluids. Avoid: Difenoxin with atropine (Motofen)atropineMotofen Diphenoxylate with atropine (Lomotil)Lomotil Loperamide (prescription-strength Imodium) Do not take prescription for diarrhea

5 NEW FAIR GROUND LAYOUT Animals and Show room Trailer Bathroom Trailer Bathroom Game Booth Food Booths Commercial Building Rides T.B. Trailer Bathroom Bathroom T. B. E.E.E.E. E.E.E.E. Entrance / Exit Bathroom Sinks

6 WAYS TO IMPROVE THE FAIR  Take away the hamburger vendor and replace it with a more safer hamburger company such as Wendy’s, Burger King, and McDonald’s.  We should add portable trailer bathrooms, to keep hands and places sanitary. Which is also inexpensive and portable.  Make sure we have reliable food vendors. Keep distances from food and animals to prevent E. Coli again.

7 HOW IT STARTED AND SPREAD  The origin the of E. Coli is from the milk in the ice cream and the elephant ears  The cows and the goats from the petting zoo also spread E. Coli. They may have had E. Coli in their digestive systems.  The water may have also had E. coli bacteria.  It can also come from unsanitary hands

8 HOW TO PREVENT E. COLI FROM STARTING 1)Avoid pink (Raw/Undercooked) hamburger 2)Drink pasteurized milk, juice, and cider 3)Wash raw produce THOROUGHLY 4)Wash utensils 5)Keep raw foods separate 6)Wash your hands a lot

9 RISK FACTORS OF E. COLI Toddlers, children, and seniors are more vulnerable to E. Coli People who have had weakened immune systems by getting AIDS, or other diseases like that are more vulnerable Eating certain type of foods is dangerous and all foods should be clean

10 WHO IS IN DANGER The people who are endangered are Mary Smith, Donna Jones, Jonathan Miller, Bruce Donaldson, David Jones, and Daryl Harper (already saved). The reason why they are endanger is because they all have had contact with animals, ate fair food and have the same symptoms. There is a chance that Donna Black may be in danger. Charlie Thompson is in danger (due to the fact of contaminated water).

11 DIAGNOSIS If the person is dying, a kidney transplant would be helpful. Also try using the element Manganese because it has been shown to stop E. Coli.

12 SOURCES  Mayoclinic  

13 The End!


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