Food Poisoning Incidents
Children are the group most vulnerable to food poisoning; because of the inability of the immune system of the child to resist the microbes found in foods and beverages, where it takes the immune system of the child time to get to know the entry of microbes within the body of a child and start dealing and the fight against these microbes.
Definition of food poisoning:
Food poisoning is the term given to a group of symptoms that appear on the patient when dealing with food or drink contaminated with bacteria, or parasites, or viruses, or poisonous plants, or chemicals.
The bacterial contamination of the most common types of food poisoning, but we must distinguish between cases of food poisoning and illness resulting from eating one of the nutrients in large quantities.
And threatens food poisoning to human health and safety of members of his body, and may lead to death in the cases of children do.
Types of bacteria that cause food poisoning:
Survey scientists are several types of bacteria that cause food poisoning, namely: -
1. Baseles Ceres (Bacillus Cereus).
2. Factions Veibero (Vibio Species: V.Cholorae: V.Parahaemolylicus).
3. Salmonella (Salmonella).
4. Campelukabtr (Campylobacter).
5. E. coli (Toxiginic E.coli).
6. Irumonos (Aeromonas).
7. Shigella (Shigella).
8. Clausaredim perfringens (Clostiridium perfringins).
9. Stavlo aureus (Staphylococcus aureus bacteria) (Staph. Aureus).
10. Listeria (Listeria).
11. Batewolinyum Clostridium (Clostridium Batulinum).
12. Arsenir (Yersinier).
The food poisoning caused by Salmonella bacteria is the most famous types of food poisoning; which contain Salmonella bacteria over 2000 species of bacteria.
Symptoms that appear on the child at risk of food poisoning:
The symptoms of food poisoning after eating contaminated period ranging from two hours to 3 days, and the onset of symptoms depends on the unity of the child on several factors, including (child health and public life, and the ability of the immune system to resist, and the cause and severity of poisoning).
• abdominal pain and cramps in the stomach.
• Loss of appetite.
• fatigue and extreme fatigue.
• high body temperature.
• limited infections in bones, joints, and brain membranes.