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  1. 1. Food borne Food poisoningNO. STUDENT NAME MATRIX NO. 1 NORAINNA BINTI CHE ROZI 11DKA10F2009 2 KARTINA BINTI SAZALI 11DKA10F2015 3 MUHAMAD AZLAN SHAH BIN MUHAMAD 11DKA10F2016 4 ROSZITA BINTI AHMAD 11DKA10F2027
  2. 2. WHAT IS FOOD POISONING ? Food poisoningcomes from eatingfoods that contain germs like badbacteria or toxins, which are poisonous substances
  3. 3. ARTICLE15 STUDENTS TREATED FOR SUSPECTED FOOD POISONINGSEREMBAN, 17 July 2012-Fifteen students from Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan AgamaSheikh Haji Mohd Said here were rushed to the Tuanku Jaafar Seremban Hospital yesterday withsuspected food poisoning.All of them were allowed to leave after receiving outpatient treatment about 9am yesterday.It is understood that the 15 were among 72 Form 3 to Form 5 students who were believed tohave suffered food poisoning after dinner at the school hostel Sunday night.A student, Nor Syahira Mohd Shah, 16, said she spent a sleepless night due to diarrhea andvomiting.Fellow student Atiqah Mohd Rafi, 13, said she had similar symptoms and had vomited more than10 times.Meanwhile, the Hospital „s public relations officer, Lathifah Abdul Hamid confirmed that 15students from the school had received treatment at the hospital about 9.15am.“From the information we received, 72 students from the school experienced stomach upset anddiarrhea from suspected food poisoning.“All 15 who were treated here are reported to be stable,” she said.State Health, Science, Technology and Innovation Action Committee chairman Datuk Ismail Taibsaid they would investigate the matter and take action if the canteen operator was at fault.The school authorities were unavailable for comment when contacted
  4. 4. ARTICLESTUDENTS DOWN WITH FOOD POISONING AFTER SAHUR MEALKOTA BARU, 2 Sept 2010 — Forty-two students of a secondary schoolin Bachok suffered food poisoning after having their “sahur” (Ramadanpre-dawn meal) yesterday, according to the Kelantan EducationDepartment.A spokesman said today the students, from the first to the fifth forms ofSekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Datuk Perdana staying at the schoolhostel, vomited and had diarrhea after the meal and were rushed to twohospitals.“Thirteen students were sent to the Raja Perempuan Zainab II Hospital(HRPZII) and the rest to the Universiti Sains Malaysia Hospital in KubangKerian.“Only three students still remain at the HRPZII, the rest having beengiven outpatient treatment and allowed to go back,” he said.The spokesman said the department had suspended the service at theschool canteen where the students had had their meal, and was awaitinga report from the school administration on the matter.
  5. 5. Causes of food poisoning BACTERIA AND VIRUSESALLERGENS CAUSES PARASITES MOLD, TOXINS AND CONTAMINANTS
  6. 6. Descriptions about causes of food poisoningBacteria and virusesBacteria and viruses are the mostcommon cause of food poisoning.The symptoms and severity of foodpoisoning vary, depending on whichbacteria or virus has contaminatedthe food parasites Parasites are organisms that derive nourishment and protection from other living organisms known as hosts. In the United States, the most common foodborne parasites are protozoa, roundworms, and tapeworms.
  7. 7. Mold, toxins and contaminantsMost food poisoning is caused bybacteria, viruses, and parasitesrather than toxic substances in thefood. But, some cases of foodpoisoning can be linked to eithernatural toxins or chemical toxins. allergens Food allergy is an abnormal response to a food triggered by your bodys immune system. Some foods, such as nuts, milk, eggs, or seafood, can cause allergic reactions in people with food allergies.
  8. 8. Effect of food poisoningDIARRHEADiarrhea is the conditionof having three or moreloose or liquid bowelmovements per day VOMITING Vomiting is the forceful expulsion of the contents of ones stomach through the mouth and sometimes the nose. Vomiting can be caused by a wide variety of conditions; it may present as a specific response to ailments like gastritis or poisoning
  9. 9. How to Prevention of food poisoning
  10. 10. PURCHASE OF FOOD Select fresh meat and vegetable. Purchase food from hygienic, reliable and reputable sources to ensure quality. Do not patronize unlicensed hawkers or food stalls selling cooked food. Read and follow the storage instructions, and pay attention to the "use by" or "best before" date on food labels when buying repacked food. Do not buy any food that is abnormal in appearance, for example: canned food in rusty, expanded or dented cans.
  11. 11. Handling of food Food should be thoroughly washed before storage or cooking. Meat and seafood must be thoroughly cooked. Food should be consumed as soon as it is served. Hot food should be eaten when it is still hot and cold dishes should be stored in the refrigerator until consumption. Use different sets of chopping blocks and knives for cutting raw and cooked food.
  12. 12. Storage of food Raw and cooked food should be stored separately to avoid cross contamination. Place cooked food in the upper compartment of refrigerator. Cooked food, unless consumed at once, should be kept below 4 C or above 63 C. Do not store food under room temperature to avoid multiplication of bacteria. Leftover food should be stored in the refrigerator and re-heated thoroughly before consumption. Refrigerator should be cleaned properly and regularly and its temperature should be kept below 4 C. Do not store excessive amount of food in the refrigerator to avoid affecting cold air circulation.
  13. 13. Personal hygiene Wash hands with soap and water after going to the toilet and before handling food. Anybody who suffers from diarrhea or vomiting should not handle or touch any food to avoid bacteria contaminating the food. Bandage wounds with waterproof plasters before handling any foodEnvironmental hygiene Put all rubbish & food remains into a dustbin and cover it up tightly. Dustbin must be emptied frequently and regularly. Clean the kitchen frequently and regularly to prevent harboring rats and insects.
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