How to use Salmonella in a sentence
People living in rural areas have been raising backyard chickens for decades without any trouble, but diseases like avian flu have raised a number of concerns, as has the possibility of salmonella.
Ultimately, it was learned that, because the eggshell has tiny pores, even uncracked eggs which sat for a time on a surface (nest) contaminated with salmonella could themselves become contaminated.
Not only should chicken be cooked thoroughly, until no pink juices flow, but all surfaces and utensils used on raw chicken must be carefully cleaned to prevent salmonella from contaminating other foods.
Natural Balance assures customers that all pet food products are rigorously tested for contaminants such as melamine, cyanuric acid, ochratoxin, E. coli and salmonella.
Early in the infection, the blood is far more likely to positively show a presence of the salmonella bacterium when a sample is grown on a nutrient substance (culture) for identification purposes.Advertisement
In cases in which other medical problems complicate the illness, prognosis depends on the severity of the other medical conditions, as well as the specific organ system infected with salmonella.
One out of every 1,000 people are reported to have food poisoning caused by Salmonella; two-thirds are young people under age 20, and the majority are children under age nine.
The colon, for example, contains approximately 85 percent beneficial bacteria that prevent bad bacteria such as E. coli and salmonella from taking over and causing illness.
Foods such as homemade mayonnaise, ice cream, cake mix and mousses can contain raw eggs and therefore carry the risk of salmonella.
Because children are notoriously bad at hand washing, parents want to be particularly vigilant to make sure that careful hand washing is followed, especially if someone in the home is actually ill with salmonella food poisoning.Advertisement
Campylobacter is the leading cause of bacterial diarrhea worldwide, responsible for more cases (2 million or more) of bacterial diarrhea in the United States than Shigella and Salmonella combined.
Perez C, In vitro antibacterial activity of Argentine folk medicinal plants against Salmonella typhi.
This heat kills the salmonella and neutralizes the Avidin to allow it to be digested and absorbed by the body.
For control select a disinfectant with proven activity against Salmonella.
A number of reptiles are known to carry salmonella, including turtles and lizards (including iguanas ).Advertisement
In 2000, a baby died from contracting salmonella believed to be passed from a pet iguana.
Duck eggs were responsible for nearly one quarter of salmonella outbreaks.
He also works on the cell biology of the invasive Salmonella food-borne pathogen, supported by a Wellcome Trust Program grant.
Figure 5. Salmonella produces Actin Binding Proteins to induce phagocytosis.
Salmonella is found in a variety of animals, including reptiles.Advertisement
Also, many reptiles carry salmonella, which can cause their human caretakers to become ill or even die.
No pathogens, including salmonella, have been isolated from any of the food, water, or environmental samples collected at the school.
The scalding tank, which removes the feathers after slaughter, does not kill salmonella.
In the last two years, 13 people in the UK have contracted salmonella from pet reptiles.
No UK Lion Quality egg samples were found to contain salmonella.Advertisement
An initial test also showed him to have salmonella.
Some bacteria make us ill (Eg salmonella causes food poisoning) but others are harmless.
Uses For active immunization of chickens to reduce mortality and infection caused by Salmonella gallinarum (fowl typhoid) and Salmonella enteritidis.
The term ' murine typhus ' is used for salmonella in animals.
Some bacteria make us ill (eg salmonella causes food poisoning) but others are harmless.
Salmonella typhi causes typhoid fever in humans, leading to 16 million cases (600,000 deaths) worldwide each year.
Salmonella typhimurium is a common cause of food poisoning in humans.
Eggs are a major source of salmonella food poisoning.
Cadbury is confident the recall of seven of its products over a salmonella scare will have no long-lasting effect on sales.
She resigned after warning the public about salmonella in eggs.
A researcher might be looking for salmonella in pigs.
The Code is aimed at pig farmers and provides a ' best practice ' guide to preventing the occurrence of salmonella in pig farms.
Salmonella, e Coli, and other dangerous microbes may be present if the food is not cooked.
Foods may be contaminated with bacterial diseases such as salmonella which poses a risk to humans handling the product.
Salmonella is the most frequent cause of foodborne illness, according to the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service.
Other bacteria can be washed into water systems by rain and cause diseases like salmonella and cholera.
Findings of melamine, salmonella and other toxins are reason for worry.
You should be aware that the Food and Drug Administration has posted a warning about sprouts carrying food borne illnesses like Salmonella.
There were a small number of cases of Salmonella that arose from people eating sprouts they had bought at the store.
Salmonella food poisoning is a bacterial infection that causes inflammation (swelling) of the lining of the stomach and intestines (gastroenteritis).
The causative bacteria is called Salmonella.
Improperly handled or undercooked poultry and eggs are the foods which most frequently cause salmonella food poisoning.
Chickens are a major carrier of salmonella bacteria, which accounts for its prominence in poultry products.
However, identifying foods which may be contaminated with salmonella is particularly difficult because infected chickens typically show no signs or symptoms.
At one time, it was thought that salmonella bacteria were only found in eggs which had cracked, thus allowing the bacteria to enter.
Anyone may contract salmonella food poisoning, but the disease is most serious in infants, the elderly, and individuals with weakened immune systems.
Although salmonella food poisoning occurs worldwide, it is most frequently reported in North America and Europe.
In the United States, salmonella is responsible for about 15 percent of all cases of food poisoning.
Salmonella food poisoning can occur when someone drinks unpasteurized milk or eats undercooked chicken or eggs, or salad dressings or desserts which contain raw eggs.
Because the bacteria are shed in the feces for weeks after infection with salmonella, poor hygiene can allow such a carrier to spread the infection to others.
Complications occur when the salmonella bacteria make their way into the bloodstream (bacteremia).
Under appropriate laboratory conditions, salmonella can be grown and then viewed under a microscope for identification.
Chloramphenicol was the first antibiotic successfully used to treat salmonella food poisoning.
The prognosis for uncomplicated cases of salmonella food poisoning is excellent.
Prevention of salmonella food poisoning involves the proper handling and cooking of foods likely to carry the bacteria.
Other examples of enterobacteria are species of Salmonella, Shigella, Klebsiella, Enterobacter, Serratia, Proteus, and Yersinia.
Bloody diarrhea, sometimes called dysentery, is produced by EHEC, EIEC, some types of Salmonella, some types of Shigella, and Yersinia.
Enterobacteriaceae that have been identified in infants with NEC include Salmonella, E. coli, Klebsiella, and Enterobacter.
Typhoid fever-A severe infection caused by a bacterium, Salmonella typhi.
A variety of bacteria cause food poisoning, including Salmonella, Staphylococcus aureus, Campylobacter jejuni, Escherichia coli, Shigella, and Clostridium botulinum.
A 2001 CDC report states that culture-confirmed cases of salmonella poisoning affected almost 50,000 people in the United States.
Salmonella is found in egg yolks from infected chickens, raw and undercooked poultry and other meats, dairy products, fish, shrimp, and many other foods.
Salmonella is also found in feces of pet reptiles such as turtles, lizards, and snakes.
Most cases of salmonella poisoning occur in the warm months between July and October.
Symptoms of food poisoning, such as abdominal pain, diarrhea, vomiting, and fever, begin eight to 72 hours after eating food contaminated with salmonella.
Complications of salmonella food poisoning may include arthritis-like symptoms that occur three to four weeks after infection.
Although deaths from salmonella infection are rare, they do occur.
Common types of bacterial gastroenteritis can be linked to Salmonella and Campylobacter bacteria.
Such symptoms are most likely due to other organisms such as rotavirus, Salmonella, Shigella, or Escherichia coli.
Gram-negative organisms are responsible for many diseases, including gonorrhea, pertussis (whooping cough), salmonella poisoning, and cholera.
Raw eggs sometimes carry salmonella, which can give you a severe case of food poisoning.
The wash kills 99.9% of E Coli, salmonella, and acts as a meat tenderizer, sealing in the moisture and improving the quality of the cooked meat and fish.
Seafood and poultry are also far more of an issue with salmonella.
Swallowing a raw egg quickly (watch out for salmonella!).