salmonellosis


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a kind of food poisoning caused by eating foods contaminated with Salmonella typhimurium

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EU co-financing has resulted in a continuous improvement of the animal health and also a decrease in the number of human cases of various zoonotic diseases, such as Salmonellosis (from 151.
can be acquired from reptiles and amphibians (6); a poll conducted by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) during 2003 showed that as few as 4 of 49 states require pet stores to provide information about salmonellosis to persons purchasing reptiles (4).
On June 17 and 18, 1991, the Oakland County (Michigan) Health Division received reports of salmonellosis in three children.
Queensland, the northeastern state of Australia, has a higher salmonellosis incidence than most Australian states.
Salmonellosis is a bacterial infection seen in humans and many animals.
Many of our zoonotic disease concerns have to do with dogs and cats, more so than exotics, such as leptospirosis, salmonellosis, and more recently, influenza.
Deidentified reports of campylobacteriosis and salmonellosis among Maryland, Ohio, and Virginia residents aged [greater than or equal to] 16 years were obtained and reviewed.
Exposure to small turtles (Figure) has been recognized as a source of human salmonellosis in the United States since the 1960s, when small baby turtles first became a popular pet (3).
Salmonellosis is one of the principal foodborne bacterial zoonoses throughout the world (Berndt and Methner, 2004).
Human salmonellosis attributable to reptile exposure was first documented in the 1940s, and a large number of case reports have since described zoonotic transmissions of salmonella from reptiles to humans (Hoelzer, 2011).
Focal salmonellosis of soft tissues is relatively uncommon accounting for 6-12 percent of all focal salmonella infections.
It is caused by bacteria salmonellosis that lasts four up to seven days.
However, the prevalence of typhoid fever, salmonellosis, acute dysentery, acute intestinal diseases, bacterial meningitis, measles, typhoid fever, whooping cough, mononucleosis, rubella, scarlet fever, chickenpox, mumps is reportedly on the rise.
The test kit helps food processors and other parties detect Salmonella and consequently prevent salmonellosis.
evaluated the 175 cases of salmonellosis in children less than five years of age that occurred from January 2010 through December 2013.