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Collective Food Toxi- infection Patterns in Gharb-Chrarda-Bni Hsein region in North West of Morocco

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Collective Food Toxi- infection Patterns in Gharb-Chrarda-Bni Hsein region in North West of Morocco
Résumé
The collective food Toxi-infection (CFTI) are collective foodborne diseases affecting usually more than two people following a common meal, are increasing inboth industrialized countries than in developing countries. Morocco is affected by this disease. Recognizing this reality, the Moroccan health authorities have made in recent years many efforts under these conditions. After exposure of the problem, we propose in this study related to outbreaks of foodborne illness group reported to the Provincial Hospital of during the period (2007 - 2009), to identify the epidemiological profile of these diseases in region of Gharb-Chrarda-Bni Hsein. Thus the main results:14 cases of foodborne illness Collective for the period 2007-2009, the statements are almost stable for the years 2007-2008, eight reported outbreaks (57%) were concerned the urban areas while six either ( 43%) of households were interested in the ruralareas, the 2 / 3 of patients are adolescents, women are most at risk (64%). Thestatement is made mostly by the host of health (80%), the home is the most affected(72%). The main causes of foodborne disease are food fish (22%) and Lben (22%).The causative agent is Staphylococcus aureus (93%) and Clostridium perfringens(7%). The actions to be undertaken should be focused on the education of households that should benefit from the contribution of the media and the intervention of the associative fabric to absorb the educational messages on the observation of food hygiene.
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Année
2010
Publié en
Antropo, 21, 79-84
10/12/13 - Introduit par: Youssef Aboussaleh
Food consumption patterns: diet, environment, society, economy and health
Thème principal: Food consumption patterns: diet, environment, society, economy and health