Human illness from milk borne pathogens is usually associated with consumption of raw milk or products made from raw milk such as fresh cheeses.
Especially dangerous are dairy products from the market, as well as cheeses grown on raw milk.
During doing researches using a method of resonance testing, in milk and dairy products grown on raw milk were found such infections as: tuberculosis, brucellosis, E. coli, listeria and staphylococcus. In cheeses, especially with a mold, very pathogenic fungi of aspergilla group are often tested.
Tuberculosis – is an infectious disease which is mainly caused by the bacterium named «Mycobacterium tuberculosis» (Tubercle bacillus Koch). Most infection tuberculosis is exposed to the bronchus and the lungs and less exposed to the bones, skin, lymphatic system, genitourinary system, nervous system and brain.
As we are talking about the ways of infection of the person through food, only these ways will be described. The infection of tuberculosis gets into a person through a digestive tract. This is caused by cooking or eating food with unwashed hands. Also, the ingestion occurs if food is infected, untreated carefully, unwashed in a proper way or thermally aren’t processed.
For example it is possible to mark homemade milk; the cow infected by tuberculosis produces the infected milk. Very rarely a person who buys homemade dairy products, checks it for an existence of an infection. As a result the risk of being infected is really big.
Brucellosis is classified as a particularly dangerous infection – this infection is caused by bacterium called Brucella. This disease is transmitted from the animals to the humans. Mostly often the infection can be transmitted by unpasteurized milk, cheeses and other dairy products. Brucella can be also breathed with dust from animal’s wool, manure, animal’s bedding or soil. It is also possible to be infected through scratches or cuts on the skin. In some cases bacteria can be transmitted from a person to another person, including sexually.
Brucella can survive in water- about 2 months, in fresh meat – about 3 months, in animal’s wool – about 4 months, at a temperature of 60 degrees – about 30 minutes.
E. coli (Escherichia coli) is the name of a germ, or bacterium that lives in the digestive tracts of humans and animals. E.coli includes pathogenic and nonpathogenic species. The pathogenic species of E. coli cause infectious-inflammatory diseases of the digestive tract, urinary and reproductive system. E. coli may also affect any other parts of a human’s system. The sources of E. coli infection are: infected water, food, fruit and vegetables and foods that aren’t cooked to the right temperature or duration of time, especially meats and poultry.
The person can be infected by Listeria eating not enough thermally processed food of animal origin. The great number of listeria can contain in the pasteurized milk, eggs, cottage cheese and ice-cream and improperly cooked meat. What is more, the pathogen can get into the human’s organism through unboiled water, fresh fruit and vegetables which were watered by contaminated water.
Staphylococcus – it’s a bacteria. For the person in certain cases staphylococcus is a part of conditionally pathogenic microflora, it means that bacteria always lives in the person’s organism. Anyway, there is also a pathogenic staphylococcus, which will cause a disease right after getting into the person’s organism. Besides, the pathogen is widely spread in the nature. Staphylococcus being inside the organism may manifest pathological activity and cause the inflammatory process of any organ or some group of organs. Among them may be: the skin, nervous tissue, brain, heart, digestive system, and so on. The main threat to the organism is that staphylococcus is the toxic microorganism, capable to produce toxicant enzymes.
Aspergillosis – is a fungal disease. The infection is caused by molds which damage human’s organism, which in case of severe immunodeficiency can lead to death.
Aspergillus fungi are widely spread in the nature and can be also found in the food, soil, hay, grain and in the dust. The pathogenic features of aspergillus are determined by the ability to excrete the allergens, which is manifested by severe allergic reactions. The example of affecting on person’s lungs by this infection can be bronchopulmonary aspergillosis. Besides, some of representatives of fungi can excrete endotoxin, which can cause intoxication. Aspergillus species are resistant to drying and can stay in the dust particles for a long time.
A case of practice:
A patient has come for a diagnostic check as was diagnosed a blood cancer before. During the diagnostic all group of aspergillus fungi was found in her blood. During the conversation it turned out that she was eating a lot of blue cheese.
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