What is Mastitis? Mastitis is inflammation of the mammary gland and udder tissue. It occurs as a response to an invasion of bacteria in the teat canal, from a variety of bacteria sources from the cows surroundings and is a major problem to dairy cattle. Mastitis can also occur from mechanical, chemical or thermal injury to the cow’s udder. The bacterial toxins can damage milk secreting tissue and other such ducts and sometimes-permanent damage can occur.
This is harmful because they could pass it to another person and not even have knowledge of it. If there is a cut in the skin staphylococci bacteria will enter the body and cause the staph infection. There are different forms of Staphylococcus. Staphylococcus food poisoning is an illness is caused by eating foods that are contaminated with the staphylococcus infection. This is usually caused when a person who works with food has the staphylococcus infection and they do not wash their hands properly before he/she handles the food.
825,826) B. If Zachary has a peptic ulcer affecting his stomach or duodenum, which components of the peritoneum will be affected? If the ulcer eats a hole into the wall of the stomach, bacteria and partially digested food can spill through the opening into the peritoneum causing severe inflammation of the abdominopelvic cavity and the visceral peritoneum, which covers some other organs. (Jenkins & Tortora pg. 826) C. How can Zach’s stomach contribute to the formation of ulcers in other parts of the G.I.
Millard reaction products changes while processing foods, and they are important either in the increasing or fighting of diseases. Furthermore; SOYBEAN processing also produces MPRs that is good and bad to health play an important role in the cardiovascular diseases, osteoporosis, and cancer. Also microwaving of soybeans for a short time (1-2) min produces high of acrylamide, while (3-5) min microwaving can lead to low level of acrylamide which acts as a carcinogen. Milk undergoes Ultra high temperature (UHT) treatment for the quality and safety. Also milk processing has both initial and advanced stages of MPRs which acts as an indicator of browning reaction in milk.
Parasites - A parasite is an organism that lives on or within another living organism, it feeds off of the host. It can be very detrimental to the host. 1.2 Identify common illnesses and infections caused by: Bacteria - Clostridium Difficile, (C-Diff) Diarrhoea. Legionella,through water contact, can be water coolers and showers heads Salmonella, is passed human to human through food or water MRSA – usually from urine tract and catheters Viruses - Hepatitus A,B and C. Transmitted through bodily fluids HIV. Transmitted through blood, sexual contact, Influenza.
You must be kept cold 3. You must cook food thoroughly When food is contaminated by bacteria it may cause gastro-enteritis. Gastro-enteritis is the “inflammation of the stomach and intestines, typically resulting from bacterial toxins or viral infection and causing vomiting and diarrhoea”(1). this can be very serious. Bacteria can get into food in various ways such as having dirty hands, dirty work surfaces, dirty drying up towels, uncooked meat and poultry, dirty sinks and draining pipes, fingers or spoons being licked , flies and so many others to get in contact with bacteria.
Gas Gangrene Etiology/causative agent. The cause of Gas Gangrene, otherwise known as Myonecrosis or Clostridial Tissue infection, is usually from a bacterium called Clostridium perfringens (Vorvick 2012). This bacteria usually if found in the G.I. tract and in dirt, and is a gram-positive, spore-forming, anaerobic rod (Shukla 2009). Staphylococcus aureus and Vibrio vulnificus can also cause very similar infections considered to be Gas Gangrene (Vorvick 2012).
1.1 food safety hazards when preparing, serving, storing and cleaning away food and drinks are of three types, namely, biological and chemical hazards. 1.2 this is important because it prevents food poisoning for the individual for e.g. if i don't take all the necessary precautions when preparing food or drink, the service user may get food poisoning which could end with the service user going into hospital. food poisoning is caused when contaminated food is eaten, it can be extremely unpleasant, and in worst case scenarios it can be fatal, particularly in high-risk group clients. the most common cause of illness from food is bacterial contamination.
In addition, mustard also damages the eyes and airways by topical contact and the gastrointestinal tract and bone marrow after absorption. In the eyes, blindness can occur during prolonged exposure. Mustard contaminates everything it touches, and with a low volatility