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  • Salmonella Of Salmonella And Enteritidis

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    Salmonella is a communicable disease that is caused by the salmonella enterica bacterium. There are many types of this bacteria including salmonella Typhimurium and Enteritidis. Salmonella is most common in young children and elderly who have impaired immune systems meaning they are more likely to contract infections. Salmonella is one of the most reported causes of food poisoning in the UK. Types: All types of salmonella come from the genus Salmonella, the bacteria then gets divided up into categories

  • Salmonell Salmonella And Salmonella

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    today is from a group of bacteria, Salmonella (, n.d.). As reported by the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention [CDC] (2014), Salmonella causes an estimated 1.2 million illnesses annually leading to 19,000 hospitalizations and a mortality of 380 (CDC, 2014). This cost was reported to be more than $3.7 billion in 2013 (, n.d.)! The two most common kinds of Salmonella in the United States are Salmonella serotype Typhimurium and Salmonella serotype Enteritidis with Salmonellosis

  • The Outbreak Of Salmonella Montevideo And Salmonella Senftenberg

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    contaminated with Salmonella Montevideo and Salmonella Senftenberg. It was discovered after a total of 11 people were infected with the strains of Salmonella Montevideo and Salmonella Senftenberg, CDC and U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) collaborated to investigate this outbreak. After interviewing ill people, eight out of 10 of the ones interviewed, reported eating pistachios the week before they started getting ill from the article, “Multistate Outbreak of Salmonella Montevideo and Salmonella Senftenberg

  • Why Are Salmonella Typhi?

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    Salmonella Typhi Salmonella thyphi is a gram-negative bacterium, which causes systemic infections and Typhoid fever in human beings. It is rod shaped and is flagellated and inhabits the lympathic tissues of the small intestine, liver, spleen, and bloodstream of infected humans. This bacterium belongs to the family Enterobacteriaceae. There have been typhoid fever outbreaks in many different countries including United States of America, Canada and Uganda. Being Uganda the most recent place to have

  • A Report On The Outbreak Of Salmonella

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    Salmonella is a gram-negative bacterium present in contaminated food or water. Typhoid fever is a systemic infection caused by the serotype Salmonella typhi and can be fatal without proper intervention. Instances of resistant typhoid are high in less developed countries. Resistance occurs when genetic mutations prevent antibiotic mechanisms of action, making current antibiotics less effective. The purpose of this drug screen was to target oncological drugs and diversity library compounds to identify

  • The Outbreak Of Salmonella Heidelberg

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    (a) In 2011 there was a multistate outbreak of Salmonella Heidelberg infections. There were a total of 190 affected individuals from 6 states [New York (109), New Jersey (62), Pennsylvania (10), Maryland (6), Ohio (2), and Minnesota (1)]. Research showed a correlation between the outbreak and a contaminated kosher chicken liver product labeled as "kosher broiled chicken livers" from Schreiber Processing Corporation. This product is one that not ready-to-eat requiring cooking before eating. According

  • Societal Impact of Salmonella Essay

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    Societal Impact of Salmonella Abstract: Salmonella is a bacterium that causes one of the most common intestinal infections in the United States - Salmonellosis. The chance of contracting this disease is significantly high, and more and more people are suffering from the symptoms and complications of Salmonella. This paper will discuss about the disease itself, the current outbreaks that are related to this disease, preventions and the treatments. Many say that history repeats itself, and throughout

  • Milk and Viable Salmonella Essay example

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    Salmonella Salmonella is a prokaryotic, rod shaped, bacterial organism. It is nonsporeforming and Gram-negative.(1) Salmonella is responsible for almost 60 percent of reported cases of bacterial food borne illness and 40 percent of all food borne illness of any kind. Salmonella survives digestion and reproduces in the small intestine, making people sick. Salmonella has hundreds of different types, all of which cause much the same illness in humans. Eating food containing live salmonella bacteria

  • Community Health Issues: Salmonella Outbreak

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    Health Issues: Salmonella Outbreak Introduction: An area of particular importance to organizers of community health imperatives is that concerning the containment and prevention of epidemic illness. Especially in the case of foodborne illness, the root cause can be difficult to isolate. This is well demonstrated by the community health problem delineated in the article by Falco (2012), which concerns a recent and proliferating outbreak of a salmonella strain called Salmonella Bareilly. As the

  • Essay Transmission, Treatment and Prevention of Salmonella

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    Transmission, Treatment and Prevention of Salmonella Abstract Salmonella is a gram-negative rod, which is known to infect humans, birds, and other mammals by invading and irritating the intestines. It is more common in poultry and swine which, if consumed, can cause diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, and stomach cramps. The infectious disease can be found almost everywhere and anywhere, including in water, animal feces, raw poultry, and raw seafood. Animals consume salmonella from the soil or contaminated processed