Foodborne and Waterborne Diseases: Their Epidemiologic Characteristics
Salmonelloisi. Typhoid fever. Staphylococal food poisoning. Botulism. Shigelloisis. Streptococal food infection. Cholera. Clostridium perfringens food poisoning. Escherichia coli diarrhea. Brucellosis. Tularemia. Leptospirosis. Other bacterial fooddborne and waterborne diseases. Infectious hepatitis. Other viral fooddborne and waterborne diseases. Protozoan intestinal infections. Parasitic fooddborne and waterborn diseases. Fungus poisoning. Chemical poisoning. Poisonous plants. Natural food poisons. Prevention of fooddborne diseases. Commercial food processing. Food service establishments. Investigation of foodborne disease outbreaks. Gastrointestinal illness aboard cruise ships and aircraft. Statistical report of fooddborne and waterborne diseas outbreaks.
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