Sixty-three more people were infected with salmonella associated with raw turkey products in an outbreak that began in November 2017, reports the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
There were 279 cases of salmonella with raw turkeys in 41 state and county of Columbia as of December 21st. Of these, 107 were hospitalized, and one death was registered in California.
Six cases were registered in Colorado. reported the use of many types and brands of raw turkey products, and the CDC was unable to find the origin of the outbreak, so it is advancing from recall and advising consumers to take precautionary measures when buying and using raw turkey.
The agency offers a list of withdrawn products of the turkey, which are used up to this flash.
Non-typhoid salmonella is transmitted through consumption of contaminated food and is the usual culprit for diarrhea throughout the United States. States and all over the world. Another risk factor is the handling of reptile animals like turtles.
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The Food and Drug Administration's Food and Drug Administration does not recommend washing the turkey before cooking because of the risk of introducing bacteria into juices from the surrounding raw materials. [19659002CDCforthebenefitoftheconsumerdidnotconsidertheirownillnessesprolongingtheirinflammationandrefrainingfromreplenishinganyofthesesubstancesinanyoftheregimesforthepurposeofillnessdisease
. Symptoms of salmonella include nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain and diarrhea. Spasms in the stomach can begin from 12 to 72 hours after exposure. Most patients suffer from four to seven days and recover without treatment.
Diarrhea can become serious if there is an imbalance of body electrolytes and dehydration. The infection can also move from the intestine to the bloodstream and cause more widespread infection throughout the body.
People who may require special consideration for salmonella include children under the age of 5 years, adults over 65 years of age and those who have an impaired immune system. .