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Infection outbreaks dueto food consumption in countriesof the world

Authors: Трихліб В.І.
Українська військово-медична академія, м. Київ, Україна

Categories: Infectious diseases

Sections: Specialist manual

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Summary

У статті проведено огляд літератури щодо спалахів інфекційних захворювань у країнах світу, обумовлених уживанням харчових продуктів. Розглянуті збудники, які їх викликали.

В статье приведен обзор литературы относительно вспышек инфекционных заболеваний в странах мира, обусловленных употреблением продуктов питания. Рассматриваются возбудители, которые их вызвали.

The article provides a review of the literature on infection outbreaks in the countries throughout the world, which were caused by the use of food products, and considers pathogens that caused them.


Keywords

спалахи інфекційних захворювань; продукти харчування; збудники; огляд

вспышки инфекционных заболеваний; продукты питания; возбудители; обзор

infection outbreaks; food products; pathogens; review


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