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Salmonellosis
Bacteria: egg, poultry, CDC estimates 75% come from improper handling egg products
Shigellosis
Bacteria: human/animal feces, common 3rd world countries with poor water/bathroom facilities
Listeriosis
Bacteria: found in wet, moist environments: floor drains, humidifiers, ice machines. high fatality with immuno comp
Staphylococcal
Bacteria: quickest onset of symptoms 1-7 hours, 40-50% adults are carriers, associated with ready to eat foods due to cut/sore link
Clostridium Prefringens
Bacteria: contributes to unreported cases due to mild sypmtoms: di. Associated with mass quantities of high protein foods due to time temp abuse
Bacilius Cereus
Bacteria: associated with grains especially rice, two distinct phases of symptoms: di, vomiting
Botulism
Bacteria: high fatality rate, affects nervous symptoms, anaerobic bacteria associated with canned foods causes swelling in can
E. Coli
Bacteria: associated with raw and uncooked beef. Can cause severe bloody di
Trichinosis
Parasite: undercooked pork or wild game infected with trichnella larvae
Anisakiosis
Parasite: found in fin fish especially bottom feeders
Hepatitus A
Virus: passed through poor hygiene, inflamation of liver, yellowing of skin often found in raw veggies and raw shellfish
Ciguatera
found in predetaor reef fish that have eaten smaller fish that have absorbed the reef's toxins
Scombroid
Histamin poisoning, from certain fish: mahi-mahi, tuna, blue fish, albacore that have been time temp abused and have released toxins