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FACT SHEET SHIGELLA SHIGELLA (Shigellosis/Bacillary dysentery) I:\School Fact Sheets\Shigella Fact Sheet.doc What is Shigella? Shigella is a bacteria that can infect the intestinal tract of children and adults.

Another Perfect Storm: Shigella, Men Who Have Sex with Men ...

EDITORIAL COMMENTARY• CID 2007:44 (1 February) •335 EDITORIAL COMMENTARY Another Perfect Storm: Shigella, Men Who Have Sex with Men, and HIV DemetreC.

Shigella Annual Summary 2005

2005 2005 Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Coordinating Center for Infectious Diseases National Center for Zoonotic, Vector-Borne and Enteric Diseases Division of Foodborne, Bacterial and Mycotic Diseases Atlanta, Georgia 30333


Louisiana Office th -Infectious Disease Epidemiology Section -Annual Report 2009 _____ Page 1 of 11 Shigella Shigellosis is a Class B Disease and must be reported to the state within ...


Shigellosis Reporting and Surveillance Guidelines The Washington State Retail Food Code requires food employees to report Shigella infections to their employer and requires food establishments to restrict infected workers from areas where ...

SHIGELLOSIS (Bacillary Dysentery)

Shigellosis refers to disease caused by any bacteria in the genus Shigella. Shigella are small, nonmotile, nonencapsulated, gram negative rods.


SHIGELLOSIS (Shigella) SHIGELLOSIS (Shigella) What is Shigellosis? Shigellosis is a bacterial infection of the large and small intestines caused by the bacteria called Shigella.


INTENDED USE Polyvalent Shigella antisera are prepared for use in serological identification of organisms belonging to the genus Shigella , for use by appropriately qualified personnel.

Health Department Shigella

Health Department Shigella How is shigella treated? Shigella will resolve by itself, usually within 48 – 72 hours. Antibiotics are recommended for treatment for people with

World Health Organization Emerging and other Communicable ...

WHO/CDR/95.4 Guidelines for the control of epidemics due to Shigella dysenteriae type 1 World Health Organization Emerging and other Communicable Diseases, Surveillance and Control This document has been downloaded from the WHO/EMC Web site.