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1

When is a foodborne illness and outbreak?

1. when two or more people get sick.
2. when there is an investigation.
3. laboratory analysis confirms.

2

what are the four types of pathogens?

1. viruses
2. bacteria
3. parasites
4. fungi

3

what are the six illnesses you can receive from eating bad food?

1. shigella
2. salmonella typhi
3. nontyphoidal salmonella
4. shiga or e. coli
5. hepatitis
6. norovirus

4

from the six food borne illnesses what are the two highly contagious ones?

hepatitis A and norovirus

5

what are the common symptoms if you eat bad food?

diarrhea
vomiting
fever
nausea
abdominal pain
jaundice

6

what are the onset times for symptoms of foodborne illnesses?

30 minutes to as long as six weeks

7

what is a basic characteristic of a virus

requires a living host to grow

8

to prevent the transfer of pathogens from here and skin to food managers should make sure food handlers what

shower and bathe before work

9

if a foodborne illness outbreak occurs who should be notified

local regulatory Authority

10

what type of pathogen is hepatitis A

virus

11

what are the six conditions in which bacteria need to grow

food acidity temperature time oxygen moisture

fattom

12

where would you find salmonella typhi

Ready-to-Eat food and beverages human

13

where would you find salmonella

farm animals or feces of humans with disease poultry eggs meat milk dairy tomatoes peppers cantaloupes

14

where would you find shigella

food easily contaminated by hand contact with contaminated water

15

where would you find e coli

cattle beef contaminated produce

16

what is the most important way to prevent food-borne illnesses from becoming a virus

practice good hygiene

17

what are three main contaminants

biological pathogens toxic plants mushrooms Seafood

chemical

physical