A Review of Salmonella types on food source

1SudadJasimMohammed, Adil .T. Al – Mousawi, Aliaa, S. A. Al-Fraji


Salmonella are some of the most effective medicines common foodborne pathogensdivorced. It is a major public health concern in Iraq and around the world, accounting for 95.5 million foodborne illnesses and 257,000 deaths annually. To date, more than 2,500 Salmonella serotypes have been identified and more than half of them belong to Salmonellaenterica subsp. enterica, which accounts for the majority of salmonella infections in humans. Salmonella infection involving invasive serotypes is often life-threatening. Epidemiological studies indicate that the serotypes of multidrug-resistant in patients with MDR strains, salmonella is more virulent than food-susceptible strains, since they are affected by increased risk of prolonged illness. Preventive steps to prevent the transmission of salmonella infection have been taken. maintaining actualfood hygiene is the main point of preventing bacterial contamination, additional measures such as methods of preserving food and sterilization methods as well as the possibility of preserving sterile food play an important role in determining contamination rates and worker hygiene. The article examines an overview of salmonella infection in Foods available in Iraq, labels, pathogenesis, and clinical features are discussed.


Salmonella, food source, Pathogenesis

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