Reservoirs and transmission of disease

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Malara
Etiology: Plasmodium
Reservoir: Animal
Method of transmission: Vector/insect
**Tuberculosis
Etiology: Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Reservoir: Human
Method of transmission:: Vehicle (air)
**Typhoid fever
Etiology: Salmonella Typhi
Reservoir: Human
Method of transmission: Vehicle
**Strep Throat
Etiology: Strep pyogenes
Reservoir: Human
Method of transmission: Contact
**Mononuclosis
Etiology: Virus
Reservoir: Human
Method of transmission: Contact
Measles
Etiology: Virus
Reservoir: Human
Method of transmission: Contact/vehicle
Hepatitis A
Etiology: Virus
Reservoir: Human
Method of transmission: Contact/vehicle
Hepatitis B
Etiology: Virus
Reservoir: Human
Method of transmission: Contact
**Tetanus
Etiology: Clostridium tetani
Reservoir: Non living
Method of transmission: Contact
Chlamydia STD
Etiology: Chlamydia
Reservoir: Human
Method of transmission: Contact
**Botulism
Etiology: Clostridium botulinom
Reservoir: Non living
Method of transmission: Vehicle
Rabies
Etiology: Virus
Reservoir: animal
Method of transmission: Contact
Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever RMSF
Etiology: Rikettsia
Reservoir: Animal
Method of transmission: Vector
Erichiosis
Etiology: Ehrichia
Reservoir: Animal
Method of transmission: Vector
Fish tapeworm
Etiology: Diphyllobothrium
Reservoir: Animal
Method of transmission: Vechile
Lyme disease
Etiology: Borrelia
Reservoir: Animal
Method of transmission: Vector
Giardiasis
Etiology: Giardia
Reservoir: Animal
Method of transmission: Vehicle
Flu
Etiology: Virus
Reservoir: Human
Method of transmission: Contact
Rabbit Fever
Etiology: Francisella
Reservoir: Animal
Method of transmission: Contact/vector
Rose Growers Disease
Etiology:Sporothrix
Reservoir: Nonliving
Method of transmission: Contact
3 Reservoirs of Infection
Human
Animal
Non living
3 Methods of transmission
Vehicle
Contact
Vector
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