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Cholera Ryan Nguyen
Vibrio Cholerae (scanning EM) Our star: Vibrio Cholerae
I am a Gram-Negative, curved rod shaped bacteria
Cholera has been killing millions of people for centuries
Cholera is an Ancient Disease
It is estimated from 1817-1923 Cholera killed millions of people
As late as the 1800s, causes and cures of Cholera remained mysterious
John Snow disproved the theory that Cholera was caused by Miasma John Snow
Snow’s studies identified the source of the outbreak to be from the public water supply
This occurred 30 Years before Robert Koch isolated Vibrio Cholerae In 1854 while working in Florence I isolated the cholera bacillus Vibrio Cholerae. Filippo Pancini
Cholera stems from the ingestion of food or water contaminated with the bacterium Vibrio cholerae
Here’s how it all works
Cholera is present world-wide but Prevalence differs dramatically
There are still an estimated 3–5 million cholera cases and 100 000–120 000 deaths due to cholera per year.
Symptoms of Untreated Cholera Diarrhea Nausea Vomiting Dehydration
The Cholera Dipstick Test is now used for rapid diagnosis
The best way to treat Cholera is through Rehydration
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