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  • 1906 Salmonella Outbreaks

    Salmonella In our country, our government is very strict on the process of food being checked and being clean. At 1906 the Pure Food and Drug Act would be passed by president Franklin D. Roosevelt. This purpose was to make sure the the public would be safe from the many types of food they consume. Meat Inspection Act in 1906 followed by the Pure Food and Drug Act would also be passed for the same reason as the Pure Food and Drug Act. But recently, major foodborne outbreaks would happen such as salmonella, E. coli, and listeria. These outbreaks have tripled in the United States in the past twenty years (Newsela). All these foodborne outbreaks would be included in poultry, vegetables, fruits, and beef (Newsela). A incident that happened would…

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  • Conclusion For Salmonella Bacteria

    Salmonella enterica is a bacteria that causes food poisoning in a human. Most people infected with this bacteria develop diarrhoea, fever, vomiting and abdominal cramps, which occur between 12 and 72 hours after the bacteria has entered the body. This illness usually lasts 4 to 7 days and most individuals recover from Salmonella without the intervention of treatment. The Salmonella starts in the intestines to the bloodstream and then to other areas within the body. People who are mainly…

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  • Salmonella Essay

    Salmonella in Eggs Patti Maisner Kaplan University Introduction Salmonella is a bacterial organism that can cause human illness if food products are not cooked properly or not refrigerated at least 40 oF, in most cases. Salmonella causes two different types of sicknesses, Non-typhoidal which causes gastrointestinal problems, and Typhoidal Salmonella that has the symptoms of Typhoid. About 67% of Salmonella is reported as a foodborne illness by way of eggs, either the bacteria is on the…

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  • Salmonella Agona Case Study

    First Step Background In 2008, an investigation was launched by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease and Prevention (CDC) to explore the causes of a Salmonella Agona outbreak that affected individuals in multiple states. Although 8 people were hospitalized as a result of an infection, no people died from the outbreak (Center for Disease and Prevention, 2008). This outbreak highlighted the ways in which CDC, FDA, and other governmental agencies collaborate to solve a…

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  • Salmonella Research Paper

    Salmonella is bacteria that may cause an infection in your gut known as salmonellosis. It is a genus of rod-shaped gram-negative bacteria. There are two common species of Salmonella, Salmonella bongori and Salmonella enterica. Salmonella enterica has two common sub-strains, Enteritidis and Typhi which are contracted by animals and humans respectively. People who get infected with salmonella are sick for five to seven days. If not treated properly and immediately, the person may become…

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  • Salmonella

    of salmonella especially amphibians and reptiles such as lizards, they may be infected and if we handle them and don’t wash our hands we may be infected too. When we eat or drink something which contains salmonella the bacteria enter our body and it travels through our intestine. Here bacteria can survive by using the gut micro biota as nutrients and can cross the intestinal mucus layer to reach epithelial cells which line the intestine. The disease starts when the Bacteria start to attack these…

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  • Foodborne Outbreak Investigation

    Salmonella is a bacterial illness that comes from food and causes an individual to have food poisoning, fever, vomiting, diarrhea, and other unpleasant symptoms Nordqvist, 2016). A person can contract the bacteria by eating uncooked or undercooked meat, poultry and eggs. Fruits that have been exposed to salmonella are also carriers of the bacteria. Salmonella can also be spread from an individual coming in contact with a carrier of the bacteria. Practicing poor hygiene can cause the spread of…

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  • Case Study Delectables Corporation

    The argument comes down to relativism, because unlike Americans, the people of San Lopegattia have become accustom to eating contaminated food. Therefore the people of San Lopegattia have developed higher levels of natural immunity to parasites and bacteria, like salmonella, resulting in being able to eat these foods without suffering from negative health affects. Shipping out the red-labeled boxes in America would be unlawful and unethical without question. However, sending the boxes to San…

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  • Typhoid Fever Research Paper

    Typhoid fever in itself is not a disease well known by history. Typhoid fever played only a small part in the history of the human race and compared to other diseases comes across as more of a nuisance with exception to its role in the Plague of Athens. On the surface, “enteric fever” causes a small but common array of symptoms: fever, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, headache, chills, muscle aches and skin rash. The cause of the disease is salmonella typhi, a bacterium that rides contaminated…

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  • Poultry Research Paper

    problems in the poultry industry. People tend to claim that Salmonella is mainly a human problem, however; humans and poultry have a common enemy in Salmonella. When salmonella hurts poultry everybody hurts. In order to fight this enemy, we must learn all we can about what causes…

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