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Doctor insights on: Does Food Poisoning Cause Hypovolemic Shock

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Could food poisoning symptoms be caused by old pots and pans?

Could food poisoning symptoms be caused by old pots and pans?

Pots: Here's some information on the subject: http://www.Naturalnews.Com/036029_cookware_non-stick_chemicals.Html. ...Read more

Dr. James Dukelow
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Hypovolemic Shock (Definition)

Hypovolemic shock as the name implies is a shock state due to low circulating intravascular volume. This could be hemorrhagic, due to blood loss or non-hemorrhagic due to profound dehydration from fluid loss such as vomiting, or diarrhea , burns or poor oral intake. Treatment starts with large volume intravenous fluid replacement and correction ...Read more


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How do bacteria cause food poisoning?

How do bacteria cause food poisoning?

Uninvited guests: Some bacteria when present in eaten food will result in irritation to the intestinal tract. This irritation then results in abdominal pain, cramping and diarrhea. ...Read more

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Can cottage cheese cause food poisoning?

Can cottage cheese cause food poisoning?

Yes if spoiled: Any food could cause food poisoning if spoiled or contaminated with microbes. Bacteria, viruses, parasites, and fungus can all cause food poisoning. ...Read more

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Is food poisoning normally caused by bacteria?

Is food poisoning normally caused by bacteria?

Bugs and toxins: Bacteria and preformed bacterial toxins such as staphylococcus toxin and botulinum toxin. Bacteria are the commonest cause. ...Read more

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Is food poisoning the leading cause of hepatitis a?

Is food poisoning the leading cause of hepatitis a?

Hepatits A: Hepatitis a is an infection caused by hep a virus thta is trnasmited through unsafe handwashing of an infected person. It is transmitted by the feco-oral route. Food poisoning can be caused by viruses and bacteria and can be from their toxins or the bacteria itself. Hep a can cause vomitng and fever just like any food poisoning but as htey say all that glitters is not gold. ...Read more

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Is food poisoning the leading cause of gastroenteritis?

Is food poisoning the leading cause of gastroenteritis?

No: A large collection of viruses called enteroviruses target the intestinal tract & are the most common cause of gastroenteritis. ...Read more

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What are the main types of bacteria that cause food poisoning?

What are the main types of bacteria that cause food poisoning?

Many : Depending on the type of food and preparation, list is too long for here but will list the majors : staph aureas, bacillus cereus, salmonella, vibrio, e coli, campylobacter , listeria. ...Read more

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What bacteria cause food poisoning and food-borne disease?

What bacteria cause food poisoning and food-borne disease?

SSCE: Salmonella, shigella, campylobacter and e coli are the bacteria most often associated with food poisoning and food borne disease. Listeria and clostridium can also cause food borne illnesses as well ...Read more

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How do I tell what caused my food poisoning?

How do I tell what caused my food poisoning?

Not a matter for : Self-diagnosis. There are far too many different causes of food poisoning to provide a brief answer. It usually requires taking a history, physical examination and lab tests of the patient as well tests on the suspected foods. ...Read more

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Can food poisoning cause colitis?

Can food poisoning cause colitis?

Yes: Colitis is an inflammation of the colon which can be caused by infection. Food poisoning with bacteria or viruses is an infection which can lead to colitis. ...Read more

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Will food poisoning cause long term effects?

Depends on the cause: Chemicals in food such as arsenic, radiochemicals, chlorinated biphenyls can have long term effects. ...Read more

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What are the causes of food poisoning at caf?

What are the causes of food poisoning at caf?

Multiple: Possibilities. Food poisoning may be due to preformed toxin, such as staphylococcal toxin, chemical contamination; and microbial contamination such as salmonella, toxigenic e. Coli. Adulterated or spoiled food may cause food poisoning symptoms. ...Read more

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Can food poisoning indirectly cause appendicitis?

Can food poisoning indirectly cause appendicitis?

Probably not: Appendicitis is caused when the appendix is blocked from its connection to the colon. Why this happens at a given time is a mystery, and probably by chance as the appendix has been there for years without a problem. A viral or bacterial infection if the intestines probably wouldn't cause this, but its really unknown. ...Read more

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Are restaurants cause of more food poisoning or homes?

Homes: The number of homes versus restaurants and the lack of knowledge of how to correctly prepare and store food would greatly outweight the number of food poisoning in homes. ...Read more

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Do bean sprouts cause food poisoning if not heated properly?

Can: Several outbreaks recorded from contaminated sprouts/seeds. Some can't be cooked, e.g. Alfalfa sprouts; increased risk with them. ...Read more

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What are the causes of food poisoning and how to get over it?

What are the causes of food poisoning and how to get over it?

Many causes: There are many causes of food poisoning and treatment depends on the cause. The causes include preformed bacterial toxins like staphylococcal toxin, botulinus; chemicals; infections like salmonella and shigella and intolerances to food stuffs. ...Read more

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Are most bacterias that cause food poisoning orodless colorless and tasteless?

Are most bacterias that cause food poisoning orodless colorless and tasteless?

Food poisoning: Many organisms that create food poisoning do so by producing toxins and may not be present in sufficient numbers to alter the taste or appearance of the food. Some, which create disease by direct multiplication in the gut, also do so in numbers that will make their detection nearly impossible. If allowed to progress in growth, changes will occur that may cause you to avoid eating them. ...Read more

Dr. William Walsh
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Shock (Definition)

A condition in which a person cannot circulate enough blood (carrying oxygen and nutrients) to the vital organs in the body. If shock persists, various parts of the body will stop working, and the person will die. Causes of shock include injuries, excessive bleeding, heart failure, infections, chemical imbalances, ...Read more


Dr. Wm. Marcus Spurlock
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Poisoning (Definition)

Toxic ingestion (also called "poisoning") is a condition in which a person has eaten or drank a substance that causes ill symptoms or damage to his body. Taking an overdose of a medicine, taking any dose of a poison, drinking too much vodka, or accidentally drinking antifreeze . . . are all ...Read more