A Coggle Diagram about ( onset of disease symptoms usually occurs two to five days after infection with the bacteria, but can range from one to ten days. , Bacteria on poultry, cattle, and sheep can contaminate meat and milk of these animals. Chief raw food sources: raw poultry, meat, and unpasteurized milk., Campylobacter and The most common clinical symptoms of Campylobacter infections includediarrhoea (frequently with blood in the faeces), abdominal pain, fever,headache, nausea, and/or vomiting.), vomiting, cramps, diharria , Samonella (Generally 30- 8 hours after eating.), ( ( Includes fever, muscle aches, and sometimes nausea or diarrhea., From 7-30 days after eating, but most symptoms have been reported 48-72 hours after consumption of contaminated food., Listeria monocytogenes and Found in soft cheese, unpasteurized milk, hot dogs and deli meats, imported seafood products, frozen cooked crab meat, cooked shrimp, and cooked surimi (imitation shellfish). The Listeria bacteria resist heat, salt, and acidity better than many other micro-organisms. They survive and grow at refrigeration temperatures.)) and E. coli O 157:H7 (Fever (about 100 F to 101 F or 37.7 C to 38.3 C)
Diarrhea that often is bloody.
Poor food intake (appetite loss)