alexa Effectiveness Of Biological Analyzes In Food Poisoning And Poisoning
ISSN: 2161-0703

Journal of Medical Microbiology & Diagnosis
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June 21-23, 2017 London, UK

Bensaou Kamel
University Hassiba Benbouali, Algeria
Posters & Accepted Abstracts: J Med Microb Diagn
DOI: 10.4172/2161-0703-C1-006
The study we conducted is a comprehensive descriptive study concerns cases of food-borne infections and typhoid identified in the Chlef region and Ain Defla (Algeria) over the past five years, and notified to prevention services to the direction of the health and population of the two wilaya over the period 2009-2014 with cases reported to national scale over the same period by the INSP Algeria as well as different biological analysis by authoritarian health services and specialized laboratories in preventive controls, law enforcement and in epidemiological investigations. To assess the effectiveness of these analysis in the prevention and consumer protection against food poisoning, and to stop these accidents and prevent its renewal while recalling the existing regulations and proposing measures or desirable changes at each stage or link chain may be likely to influence the quality of food or meals released for consumption. The main results are: A net decrease in case of typhoid and a variation of food-borne infections identified across all sectors, adults are most affected, no predominance of one sex over the other. The most often implicated in foodborne outbreaks reported foods are raw or undercooked foods prepared with eggs and meat. The agent responsible for food-borne infections is not determined in most cases, and the seeds are often found identified Staphylococcus first, then Salmonella and others. Failure of personal hygiene and general measures and conditions of preparation, storage, transport and storage of food products, as well as the inefficient control of foodstuffs placed on the market are the main causes of poisoning in the region.

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