Salmonella Food Poisoning

 Food-borne infections are widespread, and pose a major global health and economic burden. Centralization and globalization of food supply, increasing microbial antibiotic resistance and the growth of immunosuppressed subpopulations are among the factors responsible for this burden. Non-typhoidal salmonella is one of the most recorded causes of infections born from food. The most commonly identified source of Salmonella infection is food products of animal origin (contaminated meat , poultry, eggs , and dairy products). Eating uncooked eggs or meals prepared with uncooked eggs is a well-defined risk factor; many salmonella outbreaks associated with raw or uncooked consumption of eggs have been reported in deferent parts of the world over the last two decades  

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