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Shigella Bacteria

By: Jared Moore and Breezy Walton

Breezy Walton

on 18 September 2012

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Shigella Bacteria survive better in heating to 63 degrees celcius for 2 to 3 minutes. They are more suitable in low temperatures and moist areas. What does shigella bacteria need to thrive? Salads, such as, patato, tuna, shrimp, macaroni, and chicken. Also, raw vegetables, milk and dairy products, and meat. What are the possible food/sources associated with Shigella bacteria? What are the possible contamination's? When you are unsanitary when handling food. Shigellosis is an infectious disease someone can get from shigella bacteria. Shigellosis can cause someone to have diarrhea, fever, and adominal pains. What is the implicated illnesses? Usually 1-3 days, and can range from 12-96, but you can have diarhea for a whole week. What is the incubation period for Shigellosis? Symotoms include diarhea, fever, and adominal cramps. What are symtoms associated with Shigellosis? It can range for 1-3 days or for a week depending on the bad the sickness is. What is the duration o fthe symtoms? Frequently wash hands with soap and water, keep infected things away from food items, avoid cross contaimination, cook every food properly, cook ready to eat foods till steaming, wash fruits and vegetables throughly, and to refrigerate properly. What are the steps for preventing Shigella? Graphics of Shigella
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