Salmonella Enterica Culture

Salmonella is a pathogenic bacterium for humans and animals. It belongs to the Enterobactericae family. It is ingested from animals and contaminated foods and passes to the gastrointestinal system in humans. The most common form of disease is typhoid fever. The causative agent of this is Salmonella Thypi bacteria. It enters the human body through the intestinal flora and multiplies rapidly. It can be transmitted from reptile animals, farm animals such as chickens, pigs, and eggs. It is resistant to very high temperatures.
Interpretation:Symptoms appear within 8-72 hours after the bacteria enters the body. Those who do not show symptoms are very active in terms of spreading it to the environment. Symptoms include cramps, vomiting, severe diarrhoea, bloody stools, severe headache. In untreated cases exceeding 3 weeks, enteric fever and typhoid fever are mentioned.It becomes positive in the blood in after the first week of ingestion. In the 2nd week, it is also detected in stool. If stool positivity exceeds 1 year, the patient becomes a carrier.
Sample: Arm venous blood or stool
Working day: Every day
Result Time: 2 days at 6 PM