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This type of fever is usually transmitted through animals. The Coxiella Burnetii bacterium is responsible for this condition which generally has symptoms of flu. While it does not cause serious harm in most cases, it can affect the liver, lungs, brain and heart in extreme cases. You need to be careful while handling cattle, sheep and goats as the bacterium can get passed through their fecal material. Apart from humans, the infection can also affect other pets like dogs and cats. The infection usually spreads through fecal matter of animals and the dried dung can become airborne and infect other people. It can be prevented by taking vaccines and this is beneficial when you are working or staying close to agricultural farms. Treatment for the condition is also readily available and it can be controlled by using antibiotics.
Symptoms of Q Fever
The symptoms may show up even after few weeks after getting infected. Some of the common symptoms include
Causes of Q Fever
Diagnosis of Q Fever
Treatment for Q Fever
Complications of Q Fever
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