3 de ago. de 2015

LEGIONELLA na Família FORD (1987) e na Fábrica da FORD (2001)

A bactéria Legionella acompanhou a família FORD como podemos ver na história:

Disease claimed Henry Ford II

Henry Ford II, grandson of company founder Henry Ford, died of the disease in 1987 at the age of 70.

Ford plant undergoing disinfection for Legionnaires' bacteria

Ohio autoworker's death blamed on the disease (March 16, 2001)

Investigators looking for the source of an outbreak of Legionnaires' disease at a Ford Motor Co. factory in Ohio considered the plant's cooling tower on Friday as a possible source of the outbreak.
More than 100 other internal water sources -- favorite breeding grounds for the legionella bacteria -- were also under scrutiny.


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