Salmonellosis, known as salmonella infection and caused by salmonella bacteria, is one of the most common consequences of food poisoning.
Salmonella bacteria living in the intestines of animals and humans can enter the human body mostly through fecal contamination to water and food.
As a result of salmonellosis, symptoms are seen with diarrhea, fever and abdominal pain for 8-72 hours. Healthy individuals recover within 1-2 days.
- Abdominal Pain
- Sometimes Vomiting
- Blood in Stool
Protection ways from Salmonella:
- Raw, undercooked eggs, meat and poultry should not be eaten.
- Raw and unpasteurized milk or dairy products should not be consumed.
- All foods should be washed thoroughly
- Cross contamination should be prevented
- Hands should be washed regularly and well