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Etiology symptoms

REHS 3 Food

QuestionAnswer
bacillus cereus(V) 2-4 hours (1-6) V, N, some D (heat stable enterotoxin Boiled or fried rice
Bacillus cereus (D) 12 hours (4-16) D, C (heat-labile toxin) custards, sauces, cereal products, refried beans, dried potatoes
Campylobacter jejuni 2-5 days (1-10 days) Abc.C (severe) d, Bloody D, F,HA Poultry, unpasteurized milk, water, clams
Clostridium botulinum 12-48 hours (2hrs-8days) weakness, paralysis, double vision canned low acid foods, smoked fish, cooked potatoes, marine mammals
Clostridium perfringens 10-12 hours (6-24 hours) Watery D, colic, nausea, (v and F uncommon) inadequately heated or reheated meats, meat pies, stews, gravy
E. coli (enteroinvasive or enterotoxigenic) 10-12 hours Watery D w/o blood or mucus, cramping, vomiting, low grade fever uncooked vegetables, salads, water
E. coli 0157:H7 (enterohemerrhagic) 48-96 (up to 10 days) bloody or non bloody D, severe cramps, occasional V, fever infrequent undercooked ground beef, raw milk, soft cheese, water
Salmonella spp. (non-Typhoid) 18-39 (12-72) Acute enterocolitis, D, F, N, C, HA, occasional V poultry, egg, meat, unpasteurized milk
Salmonella Typhi 3 days-3 months insidious onset of F, HA, malaise, constipation, D fecally contaminated foods like shellfish, raw fruits
Shigella 24-72 (12-96) D, F, N, V, Tenesmus, severe cramps fecally contam foods like salads, cut fruit, water
Staphylococcus aureus 2-4 (1-8) Abd C, N, V, D, Chills, HA ham, meat, poultry, cream filled pastries, custard, high protein left over foods
Vibrio cholerae 01-0139 24-72 (fewhours-5 days) sudden profuse watery D, dehydration, V raw fish or shellfish, fecally contam foods
Vibrio cholerae non-01 24-72 watery d, v raw fish or shellfish, fecally contam foods
Vibrio parahaemolyticus 12-24 (4-96) Watery D, Cramp, N, V, F, H marine fish, shellfish
Vibrio vulnificus 24-48 hours F, N, Cramps, aches, septicemia in immunocompromised raw oysters
Heavy Metals (antimony, cadmium, copper, iron, tin, zinc) usually < hour (5 min-3 hr) gastroenteritis with metallic taste high acid food/beverages in containers lined with it
scombroid fish poisoning usual
ciguatoxin 2-8 hours (1-48) gastrointestinal with neurologic like burning sensation of tounge and reversal of hot/cold fish (snapper, grouper, amberjack)
PSP 30 min to 3 hours tingling and numbness, leading to paralysis shellfish
mushroom poisoning 6-24 hours nausea, v, diarrhea, liver failure and death Boiled or fried rice
msg usually < 1 hour burning sensation in chest, neck, abdomen custards, sauces, cereal products, refried beans, dried potatoes
HAV 28-30 days anorexia, fever, abdominal discomfort, jaundice Poultry, unpasteurized milk, water, clams
noro 30-36 (10-96) N,projectile V, D, low fever canned low acid foods, smoked fish, cooked potatoes, marine mammals
cyclospora cayetanensus 7 days Fatigue, diarrhea inadequately heated or reheated meats, meat pies, stews, gravy
cryptosporidium parvum 7 days watery diarrhea, cramps, nausea uncooked vegetables, salads, water
trichinella spiralis 8-15 days D, NV, edema of eyelids undercooked ground beef, raw milk, soft cheese, water
Created by: sanitarianpankey
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