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have been associated with food poisoning from ground meat. shigella
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... who fail to wash their hands properly. shigella
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... Dysentery is an infection of the gut caused by a bacterium called shigella
. Alternate Names : Amebic Dysentery , Intestinal Amebiasis See all ... Entamoeba histolytica, the parasite that causes amebic dysentery . shigella
is the bacterial cause of dysentery , affecting 15% of travelers. It ...
... . Noninvasive types of E. Escherichia coli O157:H7, salmonella , shigella
, Listeria monocyto genes , Giardia intestinalis Abdominal cramps , ... staphylococcus, Escherichia coli , Listeria monocyto genes , shigella
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... In general, the bacteria that cause food poisoning do not affect the appearance, aroma, or flavor of food . Bacteria - Salmonella , shigella
, Campylobacter jejuni, E. coli and many other types of bacteria can cause gastroenteritis . They can be spread by close contact with an ...
... and shellfish . Bacteria that do not normally inhabit the digestive tract, and that are known to cause gastrointestinal infection include shigella
, Salmonella , Campylobacter , and Yersinia. Clostridium difficile produces a toxin that can cause severe diarrhea . Campyvax An oral ...
... Symptoms ( diarrhea , fever , chills , headache ) arise 2 to 11 days after exposure and last one to two weeks. Salmonella enteritis shigella
enteritis Staph aureus food poisoning Campylobacter enteritis E. coli enteritis Food poisoning ... ...
... muscle spasm . Many different types of bacteria can produce the symptoms associated with bacterial gastroenteritis including salmonella , shigella
, staphylococcus, Campylobacter jejuni, clostridium , E. coli, yersinia, and others. Botulism occurs when the poison produced by ...
... a more concentrated source of the active ingredient. Bacterial causes are less common but tend to be more severe. They include campylobacter , shigella
and E.coli infections . The infections are transmitted through contact with an infected child, poor hygiene and contaminated food or drink. ...
... rotavirus es, adenoviruses , and the Norwalk virus . Gastroenteritis is caused by swallowing one of these virus es. Salmonella and shigella
bacteria can also produce turista, and a smaller number of cases are caused by rotavirus or the giardia parasite . Gastro- enteritis is ...