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  • Answer: They look like they are bent over a toilet vomiting their intestines up.. Hard to tell what their face looks like at that angle.
  • Answer: Eating raw chicken, eating or touching then putting your fingers near your mouth from a dirty surface that has chicken blood, poop on chicken eggs that you eat, and many other nasty things.
  • Answer: Some strains should be available through laboratory supply houses.
  • Answer: you can get salmonella by eating raw food, or other food infected with it.
  • Answer: salmonella comes from cows,birds,rats and also when you use unclean utensil and also eggs, unprocessed milk and uncooked meat. Glad to help!
  • Answer: Salmonella spp. typically come from uncooked meat and eggs.
  • Answer: yes you get it by eating raw meat and some fish
  • Answer: Drink plenty of fluids, especially ones that contain electrolytes such as Gatorade. Also, take some kind of anti-diarrhea, stay away from other people (you could get the flu with salmonella which would be absolutely horrible), and stay informed with your doctor about your symptoms.
  • Answer: Salmonella can cause Typhoid fever.
  • Answer: No, I think not.
  • Answer: you get it from chickens, raw chicken eggs, raw cookie dough. Pretty much anything that is raw that has raw eggs in the ingrediance.You wont get it every time you eat it unless the salmonella sickness is spreading around through chickens.

    well you get it be eating contaminated food or water
  • Answer: it eats brownies
  • Answer: Generally it depends on which type of Salmonella spp. is asked.

    Salmonella typhi is the most pathogenic one causing typhoid fever. The patient has an increasing fever after about a week after ingestion. Symptoms are headache, diarrhea, myalgia, anorexia and later to Typhus( delirium) and further complications such as meningitis, hepatosplenomegaly, myocarditis and an interstital pneumonia.
    The most severe part is a perforation of the GI tract and a mostly deadly peritonitis.

    This count for S. typhi, other Salmonella strains cause much less severe gastroenteritis and are self limited.

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  • Answer: Uncooked/undercooked poultry and eggs, unpasterized milk, contaminated water, and from reptiles whom most likely carry it.
  • Answer: Salmonella poisoning stems from individuals eating undercookedmeats especially chicken. The most common symptoms that happenafter consuming salmonella are diarrhea, vomiting and dehydrationin the body.

What are the systoms of salmonella?

  • Salmonella is caused by the ingestion of the salmonella bacteria, usually through ingestion of tainted meat and poultry products.

    Symptoms can be hard to pin down but generally include
    • Headache
    • Abdominal pain
    • Diarrhea
    • Nausea
    • Fever (almost always present)
    • Dehydration, especially in babies and older adults.

    Anyone exhibiting these symptoms should seek medical attention.

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