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staphylococcal food poisoning

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staphylococcal food poisoning

lethal or non- lethal
people that eat or drink can contaminated food or water and can travels to diarrhea usually caused by by the bacterium like coil.
Salmonella poisoning can occur from eating contaminated poultry, eggs, and meat; though potentially fatal, most cases cause only mild symptoms.
If you don't untreated the food poisoning you can die.
The effects that can happen are the nervous system, abdominal cramps, diarrhea, vomiting, loss or appetite, mild fever, weakness, nausea, and headaches.



Communicable and non- communicable
the other types food poisoning are caused by toxins produced by bacteria in the food.
They usually from spoiled food that has been left at room temperature too long.
This is a less common type of food poisoning, but it's not contagious from one person to another. You can get it only from eating the contaminated food.
symptoms of staphylococcal food poisoning
The attack of food poisoning
how do cells and tissues infect food poisoning
the most dangerous bacteria that enter the body are engulfed and digested by cells called macrophages.
Therefore to survive and replicate, bacteria must act rapidly to avoid this pathway to degradation.
Salmonella, the bacterium that causes food poisoning and typhoid fever, can do that.
it is mostly acute but there are some reports that it could be causing some chronic damage to other humans system.
In 2011 there was food poisoning and there were 128,000 people that were hospitalized as a result of these infections. and 3,000 deaths were attributed to food-borne illness.
food poisoning can cause bacteria, parasites, and viruses.
chronic or acute disease
Some produce a toxin that is absorbed into the bloodstream. And others directly invade body tissues.
Your symptoms depend greatly on the type of organism that has infected you.
there are Different organisms cause similar symptoms, especially diarrhea, vomiting, and stomach cramps.
communicable disease
non communicable disease
bacteria
the symptoms of staphylococcal food poisoning it usually develop within 30 minutes to 6 hours. Patients typically experience vomiting, nausea, stomach cramps, and diarrhea.
the food poisoning affects the central of the nervous system and causes the symptom typical nerve poisons.
The most common complication of food poisoning is dehydration, when your body loses too much water and electrolytes example sodium, potassium
What can happen if you don't untreated?
how it attacks and spreads?
The Bacteria and bacterial toxins has Many bacteria can cause food poisoning, either directly or by the toxins they produce.
the Viruses Norovirus and other viruses can cause food poisoning most commonly through contaminated raw or uncooked produce and shellfish from contaminated water.
these are the attacks and spreades that happens in food poisoining.
what is the infectious agent
The Staph food poisoning is a type of food poisoning caused by infection with the Staphylococcus aureus bacterium.
The bacteria multiply in foods and produce toxins especially if food is kept at room temperature.
Some produce a toxin that is absorbed into the bloodstream. And others directly invade body tissues. Your symptoms depend greatly on the type of organism that has infected you. Different organisms cause similar symptoms, especially diarrhea, vomiting, and stomach cramps
how does food poisoning gets in your body
How do you get sick from food poisoning?
This disorder can be caused by toxins produced by Staphylococcus aureus bacteria.
The toxins are found in contaminated foods
It can spread through contaminated food or water. that has been contact with the other person
how is it transmitted from host to host?
How is food poisoning treated?
Food poisoning can usually be treated at home without seeking medical advice.
Most people will feel better within a few days. It's important to avoid dehydration by drinking plenty of water everyday.
Even if you can only sip it out as you need to replace any fluids lost through vomiting and diarrhoea
who are the usual victims
there are certian groups of people are mostly likely to get foodborne illness this mean their likely to get sick from contamined food.
If they do get sick the effects are much more serious.
This can inculde pregnant woman , older adults and Persons with chronic illnesses.
how many people die from food poisoning
there are 48 millions that gets sick in food poisoning. And also there are 128,000 that are hospitalized and 3,000 people die from foodbrone disease. we should be very careful of what we eat and give to others.
how will food poisoning affect us in the future?
if you are preparing food and using the same knife to cut a raw chicken and using the same knife without washing it and cutting the tomatoes this can be contaminated by pathogens from the chicken.
keeping in a view of climate change and shortage of food and water.
will food poisoning continue to threaten humans and eradicate
yes food poisoning will continue to threathen humans because we dont have that much drinking water.
The climate change and the globle wraming and we dont have that much food and water so it will not stop it will continue to spread in our life.

picture of the bacteria or a person that is infected \ afflicted with the disease?
there are four types of food poisoning and they are Campylobacter, Clostridium perfringens, Listeria,and Bacillus cereus.
References
www.cdc.gov/foodsafety/diseases/staphylococcal.html
www.webmd.com/food-recipes/food-poisoning/tc/staph-food-poisoning-topic-overview#1
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