Typhoid fever is a bacterial infection transmitted by food or water from urine or faeces from infected people.
Those are infectious stages of the parasite and it's also excreted into the environment with the faeces .
It is important to change the baby's nappy regularly, to minimise the chance of urine and faeces irritating the skin.
Furthermore, the attenuated virus is excreted in the faeces , leading to herd immunity.
Incontinence to urine and faeces commonly dates from pregnancy and childbirth.
Contact with cats, kittens, cats' faeces , or cats who hunt for food was not a risk factor for infection.
Urine, faeces and sweat have been described as the three main excretable products.
Human infection follows accidental ingestion of ova passed in dog faeces .
Typhoid bacteria are released in the urine and faeces of infected people.
Collect and label urine and faeces of patients who have possible internal radioactive contamination.