Brucellosis Undulant Fever
Brucellosis Undulant Fever, The genus Brucella contains important humans and animals Pathogen. Brucellosis, also called undulant fever. It is an infectious disease caused by bacteria. The bacteria are commonly transmitted through the consumption of contaminated animal products or abrasions of the skin from handling infected mammals (Cattle, Sheep, Goats, Pigs, and rarely Dogs).
Transmission of Brucellosis:
- From contaminated animal products.
- Through Sexual contact.
- Through their mother’s breast milk.
- Direct Person to Person.
- Ingestion of contaminated milk Products.
- Through transplantation of contaminated Blood or tissue.
Symptoms of Brucellosis:
The symptoms of Brucellosis is flu-like.
Diagnosis of Brucellosis:
Brucellosis can be diagnosed in a Laboratory by finding:
Treatment of Brucellosis:
Treatment of Brucellosis is usually with:
It is the combination for 6 weeks to Prevent recurring infection.