Food Intoxication and Infection

 

Food intoxication is a result of consumption of toxins produced in food by bacterial growth.

 

    • What are the differences between food intoxication and food infection? Explain this distinction in detail.
    • Provide at least three specific examples of each.

 

  1. Food Intoxication:

 

1.

 

          • The specific organism
          • The disease and its symptoms
          • Patient outcome if left untreated

2.

 

          • The specific organism
          • The disease and its symptoms
          • Patient outcome if left untreated

3.

 

          • The specific organism
          • The disease and its symptoms
          • Patient outcome if left untreated

 

  1. Food Infection:

 

1.

 

          • The specific organism
          • The disease and its symptoms
          • Patient outcome if left untreated

2.

 

          • The specific organism
          • The disease and its symptoms
          • Patient outcome if left untreated

3.

 

          • The specific organism
          • The disease and its symptoms
          • Patient outcome if left untreated

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