Food Borne Virus And Causes

Food borne viruses can transmit through food, that is, food that is Contaminated which was handled by an infected food workers. Viral food borne illness contribute to major food borne illness. Noroviruses and Hapatitis A viruses have been linked to the food handler transmission and sewage.

Food borne Viruses are;

A. Polio: polio can be a transient Visalia with incubation period of 3to 5days which can be characterized by headache fever and sore throat.

Hapatitis A and E ; this caused by infectious Hapatitis. Two to six weeks is the incubation period and can be varies. The virus multiplies into cells of the guts epithelium during this period before it’s carry the blood to the liver. The virus is later she’d into faces, this is during the incubation period, symptoms such as malaise, nausea, vomiting, flowed after few days by symptoms of liver damage such as passage of dark urine and jaundice.

Gastroenteritis Virus: different viruses implicates gastroenteritis because of the presence of some food. Virus such as Calico virus and Astrovirus are known to cause diarrhea.

A. Staphylococcus intoxication_ Staphylococcus aureus

B. Botulism _ CLOSTRIDIUM botulinum

C. Salmonella _Salmonella spp

D. CLOSTRIDIUM perfringes illness_C. perfringes

E. Bacillus Cyrus gastroenteritis_Bacillus cerus

F. E. coli infections_ Ecoli

G. Typhoid fever_ Salmonella typhi

H. Parathyroid fever_ Salmonella paratyphi

I. Pareahaemolyticus infections_ Virgo Pareahaemolyticus

J. Bacillus dysentery_ Shield flexer

K. B. hemolytic streptococcal infections _Staphylococcus pyogens

L. Mycotoxicosis_Aspergillus famous, A parasiticus

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