Losses for Public Health
In humans, typhoid fever is the classic form of and remains today as a major global health problem. The milder presentation of in humans is food poisoning resulting from the ingestion of contaminated food. In animals, infections are often referred to as paratyphoid.
So is a bacterial disease that affects all species, but more frequently, cattle, horses and swine. It is a, and infected animals serve as reservoirs for infection in humans.
The birds affected by Salmonella clinical disease may develop asymptomatically or, harboring these agents, making it a potential source of in humans.
Due to expansion in recent years, the market for exotic animals as "pets", hundreds of turtles are traded in large centers like the city of São Paulo. There are, however, until now, sanity control these animals and their potential.
Importantly losses for Public Health, represented by the irresponsible marketing of these reptiles, endangering the health of people, especially children, animal owners. Reptiles in general are asymptomatic carriers of "Salmonella" sop, manifesting the disease only in the case of falling immunity.
The stress produced by transporting, commissioning new environment, change management or food, or simply display on a "Pet Shop", can lead to the activation of latent infectious process, with consequent elimination of "Salmonella" feces, making it a risk to human health.
The genus Salmonella contains hundreds of (species).
Salmonella it is primarily:
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