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What is Food Poisoning?

Description of the disease

Food poisoning is a disease caused by consuming food or liquid contaminated with harmful bacteria, viruses, or toxins. It can lead to serious illnesses and even death, especially in children, elderly people, and those with weakened immune systems.


  • Infectious poisoning
  • Chemical poisoning
  • Toxin poisoning


  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Abdominal pain
  • Fever
  • General weakness


Food poisoning can be caused by consuming unwashed vegetables and fruits, undercooked meat, poor quality water, as well as violation of hygiene rules during food preparation.


The diagnosis of food poisoning is based on the analysis of symptoms, medical history, and laboratory tests, including stool and blood analysis.


Treatment of food poisoning includes replenishing fluid losses, taking antibiotics in case of bacterial infection, as well as symptomatic therapy to relieve symptoms.


Prevention of food poisoning requires compliance with hygiene rules during food preparation, storage, and consumption.


For cases of food poisoning, it is recommended to consult an infectious disease specialist or a general practitioner.