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      Achromobacter
      Acinetobacter anitratus
      Actinomyces israeli
      Aeromonas hydrophilia
      Anaerobic Infections
      Apophysomyces trapeziformis 
            - Necrotizing Cutaneous Mucormycosis after a Tornado in Joplin, Missouri, in 2011
      Bacillus anthracis
      Bacteroides fragilis
      Blastomycosis
      Borrelia burgdorferi
      Branhamella catarrhalis
      Candida
      Chlamydia
      Citrobacter diversus
      Clostridium tetani
      Clostridium perfringens
      Clostridium difficile
      Cornybacterium diphthiae
      Enterobacter sp
      Enterococci Grp D
      Eikenella corrodens
      Enterobacteriaceae
      Erysipelothrix
      Escherichia coli
      Francisella tularensis
      Gardenella vaginalis
      Hemophilus aphrophilus
      H. ducreyi (chancroid)
      H. influenza
      Herpes:
           - highly contagious
           - secreted from mucous membranes, active blisters, and saliva;
           - athletes need to be free from systemic symptoms and any new blisters for 72 hours before they can participate
                   in contact sports;
           - before allowed to compete, lesions should be dry and crusted and at least 120 hours of antiviral therapy should have
                   been instituted.
           - ref: Herpes gladiatorum and other skin diseases
      Klebsiella
      Legionella pneumophila
      Liptospirosis:
            - a spirochetal zoonosis which may live in contaminated fresh water;
            - may infect humans while swimming and can cause fever, HA, chills, myalgia;
            - incubation period ranges from 7-12 days;
            - organism is sensitive to penicillin, amoxicillin, doxycycline, and tetracycline;
      Listeria
      Mycoplasma Pneumoniae
      Myobacterium marinum:
      Neisseria gonorrhea
      Nocardia asteroides
      Pasteurella multocida
      Proprionobacter acnes
      Proteus mirabilis
      Providencia
      Pseudomonas
      AP Pen
      Salmonella typhi
      Serratia
      Sporotrichum
      Staph aureus / MRSA
      Staph epidermidis
      Streptococcus
      Tuberculosis
      Vibrio

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Original Text by Clifford R. Wheeless, III, MD.

Last updated by Data Trace Staff on Monday, April 17, 2017 1:52 pm