Table of contents for Exposure : a guide to sources of infections / Dieter A. Stáeurchler ; with contributions by Matius P. Stáeurchler, Marjam S. Ráeudiger-Stáeurchler, and Nikolas J. Stáeurchler.

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Preface
INTRODUCTION
I. ANIMALS
1. BITES 
1.1 Rabies. 1.2 Systemic other infections from bites. 1.3 Bite wound infections.
2. DOMESTIC MAMMALS
2.1 Dogs. 2.2 Cats. 2.3 Domestic bovids. 2.4 Suids. 2.5 Equids. 2.6 Camelids.
3. WILD VERTEBRATES
3.1 Herbivores. 3.2 Carnivores. 3.3 Rodents. 3.4 Lagomorphs. 3.5 Primates. 3.6 Bats. 3.7 Birds. 3.8 Reptiles, amphibians. 3.9 Fish.
4. INVERTEBRATES
4.1 Hard ticks and vector mites. 4.2 Diurnal fleas, vector flies. 4.3 Mainly diurnal mosquitoes. 4.4 Mainly nocturnal mosquitoes. 4.5 Nocturnal bugs and soft ticks. 4.6 Ectoparasites (Lice, Fly Larvae, and Scabies Mites)
	II ENVIRONMENT
5. NATURAL ENVIRONMENTS
5.1 Marine habitats. 5.2 Freshwater habitats and floods. 5.3 Soil and plants. 5.4 Terrestrial Bioms. 5.5 Dust and winds. 5.6 Seasons.
6. HUMAN-MADE ENVIRONMENTS
6.1 Dams, irrigation. 6.2 Buildings, sanitation, and wastewater. 6.3 Cities. 6.4 Utensils and belongings.
	III. FOODS
7. ANIMAL-DERIVED FOODS
7.1 Milk and Dairy Products 7.2 Eggs and Egg Products. 7.3 Poultry. 7.4 Meat and Meat Products 7.5 Seafood, Fish, and Molluscs
8. PLANT-DERIVED FOODS
8.1 Cereals, pasta, bakery, and sweets. 8.2 Vegetables, salads, fruits, and spices.
9 FINISHED FOODS
9.1 Snacks and sandwiches. 9.2 Menus and ethnic foods
10. DRINKING WATER AND BEVERAGES
10.1 Bottled waters and ice. 10.2 Municipal high-income tap water. 10.3 Private and low-income water supplies.
	IV. HUMANS 
11. HUMAN DOMICILES
11.1 Regular domiciles. 11.2 Substandard domiciles. 11.3 Homeless persons. 11.4 Refugees, relief camps. 11.5 Orphans and adoptees. 11.6 Adults in long-term care. 11.7 Detention facilities. 11.8 Hotel accomodation.
12. HUMAN WORK
12.1 Construction and mining. 12.2 Manufacture, maintenance. 12.3 Military, Police, and Guards 12.4 Field, Forest, Herd, and Abattoir. 12.5 Catering. 12.6 Health and laboratory work. 12.7 Cleaning and waste work 12.8 Transportation work 12.9 Clerk, Class, and Sales Work
13. HUMAN LEISURE AND LIFESTYLE
13.1 Fairs and Mass Gatherings. 13.2 Catered events and restaurants. 13.3 Swimming pools and spas. 13.4 Outdoor sports and hobbies. 13.5 Indoor sports and hobbies. 13.6 Female prostitution. 13.7 Sex among men. 13.8 Injection drug use (IDU). 
14. COMMUNITY
14.1 Colonization, carriage, and contact. 14.2 Age. 14.3 Day care. 14.4 Schools, training. 14.5 Minorities. 14.6 Latency, reactivation, immune impairment. 14.7 Community-acquired syndromes.
	V. TRAVEL, TRANSPORT
15. TRAVEL
15.1 Local traffic. 15.2 Ships, seaports. 15.3 Aircraft, airports. 15.4 International short-term travel. 15.5 Expatriates. 15.6 Immigrants and migrants
16. TRANSPORT
16.1 Moved or migrating vertebrates. 16.2 Moved invertebrates. 16.3 Transported goods.
	VI. NOSOCOMIAL INFECTIONS
17. NONINVASIVE PROCEDURES
17.1 Hands. 17.2 Instruments and machines. 17.3 Endoscopy. 17.4. Bladder catheters and UTIs. 17.5 Intubation and Nosocomial Pneumonia. 17.6 Medications, Bioproducts, and Nosocomial Diarrhea, 17.7 Hospital Air, Water, and Surfaces. 17.8 Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers in Hospitals
18. INVASIVE PROCEDURES
18.1 Instantly invasive procedures. 18.2 Intravascular Devices and Bloodstream Infections 18.3 Surgical site and wound infections. 18.4 Transfusions. 18.5 Transplants. 18.6 Implants. 18.7 Dialysis. 18.8 Intensive care.
	VII. AGENTS
19. TAXONOMIC OVERVIEW
20. GENERA A TO Z
APPENDIX 1. Exposure Checklist
APPENDIX 2. Acronyms
GLOSSARY
REFERENCES
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Infection -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Infection -- Etiology -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Infection -- diagnosis.
Infection -- epidemiology.
Environmental Exposure.