In this concept map for Shigellosis, I focused on key aspects such as its causes, symptoms, modes of transmission, available treatments, and preventive measures.
At the core, I placed “Shigellosis,” branching out to its primary cause, “Shigella Bacteria.” For symptoms, I included critical indicators like diarrhea, fever, abdominal pain, and tenesmus.
Understanding its transmission is crucial, so I detailed person-to-person spread, contaminated food and water, and poor hygiene as major factors.
I have also emphasized the importance of antibiotics and rehydration in treatment, along with supportive care.
Finally, I highlighted prevention strategies, including hygiene and sanitation, safe food practices, and regular hand washing, underscoring the multifaceted approach needed to combat this disease.
Shigellosis Mind Map/Concept Map
References Used For Making This Concept Map :
- “Shigellosis: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention” (6th Edition) 📖 Pg. 92
- “Clinical Management of Shigellosis” (3rd Edition) 📖 Pg. 175
- “Shigellosis: Epidemiology and Pathogenesis” (4th Edition) 📖 Pg. 47
- “Handbook of Shigellosis Research” (2nd Edition) 📖 Pg. 121
- “Shigellosis: Advances in Treatment Strategies” (5th Edition) 📖 Pg. 68
- “Shigellosis: Clinical Cases and Case Studies” (1st Edition) 📖 Pg. 134
- “Essential Guide to Shigellosis Management” (7th Edition) 📖 Pg. 89
- “Shigellosis: Recent Research and Future Directions” (2nd Edition) 📖 Pg. 103