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Salmonella symptons are
nausea, vomiting, abdominal cramps, headache, feaver, and diarrhea; may cause severe dehydration in infants and elderly
What is the source of salmonella bacteria?
Widespread in poultry and swine; also water, soil, insects, domestic and wild animals and the human intestinal tract
Name some foods involved in an outbreak of salmonella.
raw poultry and poultry salads; raw meat and meat products; fish; shrimp; milk and dairy products; sell eggs and egg products, such as improperly cooked custards, sauces and pastry creams; toful and other protein foods; sliced melons, sliced tomatoes, raw sprouts, and other fresh produce
What preventive measures can be taken to prevent salmonella?
Thoroughly cook poultry to at least 165F for at least 15 seconds and cook other food to required minimum internate temperatures; avoid cross contamination; properly refrigerate food; propertly cool cooked meat and meat products; properly handle and cook eggs; ensure that employees practice good personal hygiene
Shigellosis symptoms are:
diarrhea (may be bloody), abdominal pain, fever, nausea, cramps, vomiting, chills, fatigue, dehydration
What is the source of shigellosis bacteria?
Human intestinal tract;
Frequently found in water polluted by feces
Name some foods involved in an outbreak of shigellosis:
Salads (potato, tuna, shrimp, chicken, and macroni);
Raw vegetables;
Milk & dairy products
What preventive measures can be taken to prevent shigella?
Properly cool food;
Use sanitary food and water sources;
Avoid cross-contamination
Ensure employees practice good hygine when handling ready-to-eat foods
Staphyloccus symptoms are:
vomiting/retching, nausea, diarrhea, abdominal cramps; in severe cases -- headache, muscle cramping, changes in Blood Pressure and Pulse
Where does Staphylococcus bacteria come from?
Humans: nose, skin, hair, throat, and infected sores.
and Animals