Food as Cause of Human Salmonellosis

@inproceedings{Giaccone2012FoodAC,
  title={Food as Cause of Human Salmonellosis},
  author={Val{\'e}rio Giaccone and Paolo Catellani and Leonardo Alberghini},
  year={2012}
}
Foodborne salmonellosis is still today a serious public health issue: very common in poor developing countries, due to the bad general hygiene conditions, it is also largely widespread in developed countries. In the latter, 95% of recorded clinical cases are foodborne (Liu et al., 2011). According to EFSA epidemiological data (2011), in the European Union (EU) Salmonella is the second cause of foodborne disease after Campylobacter and it is still first in many EU States, such as Italy. Unlike… CONTINUE READING

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Also fresh fruits and vegetables can convey the bacteria to humans , as well as undrinkable water .
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Also fresh fruits and vegetables can convey the bacteria to humans , as well as undrinkable water .
Usually a healthy carrier eliminates Salmonella in their faeces for several months after the episode of gastroenteritis through which they became carrier .
Usually a healthy carrier eliminates Salmonella in their faeces for several months after the episode of gastroenteritis through which they became carrier .
The dangers for human health mainly arise from food contaminated with Salmonella enterica , which is often present in the intestines of livestock and pets , without causing any infection to the animals ( “ healthy carrier ” condition ) .
The dangers for human health mainly arise from food contaminated with Salmonella enterica , which is often present in the intestines of livestock and pets , without causing any infection to the animals ( “ healthy carrier ” condition ) .
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