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Here are the real health risks, "In vulnerable patients, beware of sepsis!"

Here are the real health risks, “In vulnerable patients, beware of sepsis!”


According to the Afsca, possible symptoms of foodborne salmonellosis are fever, abdominal cramps, and diarrhea within 6 to 72 hours of eating the infected food. Young children, pregnant women, immunocompromised people, and the elderly are more likely to have symptoms.

Infectious disease specialist Yves van Leethem from CHU Saint-Pierre more accurate. “You can have salmonellosis without having a fever or you can have a very low fever,” he says.

►► But he still cautions on one point: “In the most fragile people, beware of sepsis”

But there is a cure: the antibiotic! In case of fever, you should consult a doctor. If the person is weak, the doctor will likely send them to a hospital where they will receive a strong antibiotic intravenously.

►► What should a non-weak salmonella patient do? Doctor van Leethem’s advice.


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