Microbiological water pollution is usually a natural form of water pollution caused by microorganisms. Different types of microorganisms live in water and cause fish, land animals and humans to become ill. Microorganisms such as Bacteria ,Viruses and Protozoa Serious diseases such as cholera cause from microorganisms that lives in water. These diseases usually affects health of people in poorer countries as they do not have the facilities to treat polluted water. Generally speaking contamination occurs if any part of a system, product or medicine gets in touch with the microbiological pathogens where it should be sterile. For example if a surgical instrument is contaminated with pathogens then the result might be a surgical wound infection. Contamination in infusion settings may occur when pathogens are carried inside of the infusion system, mostly happening during manipulation .
Last date updated on July, 2014