How are diseases transmitted in food service?
Diseases can be transmitted in food service if the food service worker has not washed his or her hands recently and they get germs on their hands before handling food. This kind of transmission is easily avoidable if gloves and a hairnet are worn by food service workers.
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All infectious diseases are transmitted form one person to another and most genetic diseases are transmitted genetically by inheritance.
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Excreta transmitted diseases are diseases in which the body excretes waste such as urine, sweat, and feces. Some of these diseases include cholera, polio, and typhoid.
If you include "inherited" as "being transmitted", virtually all diseases are "transmitted". That's the only way they "stay around" from generation to generation.
That would refer to sexually transmitted diseases - diseases that are usually (but not only) transmitted by sexual intercourse between an infected person and another person.
Waterborne diseases are caused by pathogenic microorganisms. The most common are transmitted in contaminated fresh water. Infection commonly results during bathing, washing, drinking, in the preparation of food, or the consumption of food thus infected
Excreta Transmitted diseases including cholera, typhoid, hepatitis, polio, cryptosporidiosis, ascariasis, andschistosomiasis.
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Blood-borne diseases are transmitted between two people when bodily fluids are exchanged in some way.
yes if the food or water is infected or has a diseas you can get a disease or gat infected
Diseases that are not transmitted from one person to another
Diseases that can be transmitted from one organism to another
Why are diseases transmitted through the bites of infected animals not considered contagious diseases?
Contagious diseases are those that are transmitted through normal contact. An animal bite isn't considered normal contact.
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A transmitted disease is an infectious disease that can be passed from one person to another.
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Sexually transmitted diseases were previously called as venereal diseases.
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all the sexually transmitted diseases.
The H1N1 Pandemic Swine Flu is not a "food disease". You can not get it from eating pork or pork products. There are many food-borne diseases, however. More than 200 known diseases can be transmitted through food. Here's a list of some: Noroviruses Salmonella Campylobacter E. coli Clostridium Botulinum Hepatitis A Shigellosis (dysentery) Bacillus cereus Listeria Staphylococcus Aureus
There are many diseases that can be transmitted through wet kissing such as mono. Bacterial meningitis can also be spread through wet kissing.
Nah, they aint the same. water related diseases could mean 'water-borne diseases' and/or 'water-based diseases' at the same time. Water-borne diseases refers to the diseases that are transmitted by water.E.g.: typhoid fever. i.e. without water, it is impossible for the pathogen responsible for the disease to spread and be transmitted. It may not necessarily be water based. Water-based diseases; E.g: Schistosomiasis. refers to the diseases that contain and/or are dissolved in water within their life-cycle… Read More
Hepatitis B can be transmitted by corneal transplant. Recently rabies was transmitted by this route and patient died.
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All the sexually transmitted diseases are essentially communicable diseases.
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Semen has no appreciable food value or vitamin content. It is not a health food. In fact, it is not a food at all. In terms of overall health, if the donor is healthy, the sperm is. If the donor has diseases, they may well be transmitted in the sperm or on the surface of the penis.
Mononucleosis and herpes are diseases that can be transmitted by kissing. Streptococcus infections, cytomegalovirus, hand, foot and mouth disease, and the three types of hepatitis can also be transmitted this way.
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It is transmitted to people from animals, through water that has been contaminated by animal urine
Zoonosis is a general term for a disease that can be transmitted from an animal to a human.
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three examples of infectious diseases are chicken pocks the common flu and sexually transmitted diseases.
Explain the 3 ways diseases are transmitted List the Personal protection equipment you would need for transmission based precautions?
the 3 main ways diseases ae transmitted are through direct contact, air transmitted droplets and bite by infected animal
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Disease that is transmitted from water.
Well they can, but its not usual.
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They are transmitted by the person that has the diease if they sneeze, cough, or share anything with another person. They are easily able to be catches by another person. Let's say a person has a diease or the flu if they share a soda or food with someone else that person they shared it With can catch it.
I think you mean: Contagious Diseases. these diseases can be transmitted though air, body fluids, water, food, and even things we touch. There are many different contagious diseases which each have their own effects on the body. Some seasonal ones are: The Flu The Cold Some moderate ones: Bronchitis Strep Throat Mono And some deadly ones: HIV and AIDS (Sexually Transmitted) Measles Rabies Ebola