Salads Mcdonald's contaminated reported 90 cases of ciclosporiasi
New alarm on the food of Mcdonald's. In particular, the latest reports speak of salads contaminated that have caused dozens of cases of ciclosporiasi. This problem is born in the United States, specifically in Illinois and Iowa. The salads of the well-known fast food are found to be contaminated with an intestinal infection, quite annoying. From the middle of the month of may, were reported in 90 cases. In more detail, a game of salads, have been contaminated by a parasite. Let's see the details.
The food at the Mcdonald's again under attack. This time the salads are contaminated by a parasite. Are different consumers who were to deal with an infection is very annoying which in turn causes dysentery. From mid-may, they are all over 90 cases of ciclosporiasi in the United States, in particular Illinois and Iowa. The salads were contaminated precisely by the cyclospora cayetanensis. In addition to dysentery, acute, the ciclosporiasi can also cause malaise, nausea, fever, abdominal cramps and weight loss. Usually it heals with time, without particular medicinal products, but the discomfort can also last for several weeks. The transmission of this infection can occur via the fecal-through food and beverages contaminated, as in this case. In the meantime, the department of public Health of the state of Illinois has declared that they will seek other possible connections with potential sources of infection, in addition to the salads to the Mcdonald's already established.
At the moment, the note, the company announced it had discontinued the sale of salads in the places affected, in anticipation of a change of supplier. The symptoms of ciclosporiasi manifested a week after the consumption of the contaminated product. The department of public Health reveals that the illness can last a few days, but even a few months. The patient can feel better and find themselves again with this nuisance. In a note, the health department said: “The initial investigation indicates a link between the consumption of salads produced for Mcdonald's restaurants and the parasite: about one-fourth of the patients of Illinois he had eaten the salads from Mcdonald's in the previous days”. It was, also, asked those who had eaten the salad the Mcdonald's to undergo a test to receive treatment. Now the company is working with the health service of Iowa and Illinois.
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