Staphylococcus food poisoning

Staphylococcus food poi·son·ing

outbreaks commonly caused by staphylococcal enterotoxin and characterized by an abrupt onset of gastroenteritis within several hours after ingestion of the food contaminated with the preformed exotoxin; vomiting is usually more severe and diarrhea less severe than in infectious forms of bacterial food poisoning.
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Sims was most likely suffering from an overwhelming staphylococcus food poisoning and toxemia."
448,240 22,412 17,324 Staphylococcus Food Poisoning 185,060 4,870 Streptococcus, Foodborne 50,920 1,340 Vibrio cholerae, Toxigenic 54 27 V.
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