Salmonella enteritidis

What is it

Salmonella enteritidis is a bacterium that affects the digestive system
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what a person with salmonella looks like/what is going on inside their bodies
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Diarrhea, fever, chills, abdominal pain, begins 17-72 hours after ingestion

Damage to the body- gastroenteritis, typhoid fever, developing organ infections


don't eat raw food, make sure your meat is cooked all the way through, proper hygiene


antibiotics, can be self-healing

Who is at risk

Everyone even children. food critics are most at risk. They go around trying a bunch of different foods and the food could not be cooked all the way through
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Photo micro-graph of Salmonella

How it is transmated

Salmonella is transmitted through raw eggs/meat. If your meat isn't cooked properly in a dish you can get salmonella also if you eat raw cookie dough and cake batter containing raw eggs.

Damage to the body

gastroenteritis, typhoid fever, developing organ infections

Where it is found

Found in raw meats, raw eggs, unpasteurized milk. Found in animals in particular to cows, chickens, and pigs.