he patient is a cook. What precautions or actions should be taken before he is allowed to return to work? CASE #2. Jessie is a 7-year old girl complaining of a 2. day history of diarrhea is brought to the emergency room by her mother due to presence of blood in her stools and increased stool volume. The little girl also has vomited once. The mom says that Jessie went to a cookout 5 days earlier and ate a hamburger that was still “pink” inside. On examination, she is well except for some dehydration. A culture of stool sample produces lactose-positive (pink) colonies on MacConkey agar. 1. What is most likely wrong with this child? Explain what important foctors led you to the diagnosis, 2. How is this organism spread? 3. How could its spread be prevented? CASE 13.Uz is a 55-year-old woman who presents to the emergency room complaining of a burning pain in the abdominal region above 3 inches from her belly button that usually appears 1-3 hours after a meal. On physical examination she appears generally well and has no fever, Radiology studies indicate a thickened fold within her stomach. A Gram stain of a stomach biopsy sample taken through gastroscopy is collected. Below are the results of the Gram stain, growth of the organism in a THIO broth and the biopsy rease test 0 4 AM 10 Prisen Home End C 2 $ 4 3 % 5 6 7 8 w E R T Y O P AL 7 solo G Н
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