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  • Food-Related Diseases

    INTRODUCTION

    Foodborne disease is a pervasive problem caused by consumption of contaminated food and drink. More than 200 pathogens are associated with the disease. An estimated 76 million cases occur annually, resulting in 300,000 hospitalizations and 5,000 deaths.

  • Food-Related Diseases

    SYMPTOMS

    Foodborne disease can be caused by bacteria, parasites, toxins, and viruses. Cultural and demographic factors, as well as increased mobility, have resulted in major epidemiologic shifts in foodborne disease during recent decades.

  • Food-Related Diseases

    TREATMENT

    Most foodborne disease is self-limited and requires only supportive care. The very young, older adults, immune compromised patients, and pregnant women may benefit from antibiotic treatment for certain bacterial or parasitic infections. Drug-resistant pathogens require knowledge of regional, national, and international patterns of resistance to allow appropriate empirical selection of therapy.

  • Food-Related Diseases

    STATSTICS

    It is estimated that each year in the Ireland,around a million people suffer a foodborne illness around 20,000 people receive hospital treatment due to foodborne illness there are around 500 deaths caused by foodborne illness it costs us nearly �1.5 billion

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