Lysterias disease

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The diagnosis of Lysterias and Lysteria is based on the patient's medical history, the physical examination and the necessary analysis of his or her type of germ. The doctor asks questions about the symptoms associated with the disease, which the patient has noticed and felt, and the various food products that were taken in the last period before the disease and the environment around The patient wherever he is. And a laboratory blood test or lumbar puncture test to confirm the diagnosis and type of germ causing the disease

As well as refrain from eating sausages, sausages and hamburgers intended here, takeaway, and canned products unless heated to a sufficient degree of cooking.

Do not eat soft cheeses and there is no problem with the consumption of a little hard cheese, such as grated cheese.
Do not eat chopped liver, or meat products used for fat. These products can be eaten if they come from canned food and should be well cooked.
Do not eat smoked seafood products that are cold unless they are part of pre-cooked food as in. Examples of smoked sea products: salmon, cod, tuna and mackerel. Canned seafood products, such as salmon or tuna and smoked fish products that do not require cooling, can be considered semi-cooked.
Do not drink unprocessed milk and do not eat milk products made from unpasteurized milk, such as different types of cheeses. And foods that increase the risk of lystarism
Avoid eating the authorities that are purchased and that contain beef, chicken, eggs, tuna and seafood.
Causes and causes of Lysterias

Lysterium is present in both water and soil.

Vegetables can be contaminated from the soil during agriculture as vegetables can be contaminated by the use of pesticides that are produced from animal manure. Animals can transport bacteria and cause pollution in meat products and dairy products produced by raising livestock for human food.

Lysterian bacteria cause gastrointestinal disorder caused by foods contaminated with lysteria and the risk of germs in pregnant women. Infection may lead to premature birth, acute infection of the fetus, or even the birth of an unborn infant.

The most likely to be infected with Listeria bacteria, in most cases are pregnant women, newborns as well as older people who suffer from immune system weakness as a result of aging. Lysteria bacteria can also be infected with people and children. However, they often develop only minor symptoms. Children born with Lysteria may be born if the mother has eaten foods contaminated with this germ during pregnancy.

Pregnant women usually experience mild symptoms similar to those seen in the flu.

The body may spread to the nervous system at the time when symptoms such as headache, stiffness in the neck and confusion may arise. Symptoms include loss of balance as well as severe gastrointestinal disorder.