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FSA 16/01/13 Proceedings of the Food Standards Agency’s Foodborne Viruses Research Conference. QUOI DANS MON ASSIETE 16/12/19 INFOGRAPHIE : LES INTOXICATIONS ALIMENTAIRES EN EUROPE : PRINCIPAUX AGENTS PATHOGÈNES RESPONSABLES D’ÉPIDÉMIES ALIMENTAIRES. Tous les États membres de l’Union européenne (UE) sont tenus de collecter des données sur les intoxications et épidémies alimentaires et leurs origines.

QUOI DANS MON ASSIETE 16/12/19 INFOGRAPHIE : LES INTOXICATIONS ALIMENTAIRES EN EUROPE : PRINCIPAUX AGENTS PATHOGÈNES RESPONSABLES D’ÉPIDÉMIES ALIMENTAIRES

Un rapport de l’EFSA (Autorité Européenne de Sécurité Alimentaire) analysé les maladies d’origines alimentaires en Europe en 2018. Les infections d’origine alimentaire sont courantes, 5146 épidémies alimentaires ont été rapportés dans l’Union Européenne. La salmonellose est la pathologie la plus courante (surtout représentée en Slovaquie, en Espagne et en Pologne) et liée à la consommation d’œufs. Les pathologies alimentaires vont de la diarrhée, de la nausée, des vomissements à des troubles graves comme des insuffisances rénales, hépatiques, neurologiques, la septicémie voire le décès. Les infections d’origine alimentaire sont causée par des micro-organismes (bactéries, virus, parasites, champignons, prions) ou des toxines. Quels sont les causes les plus courantes de ces intoxications alimentaires ? D’autres agents infectieux.

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FSA - AVRIL 2019 - The food and you survey. FOOD SAFETY NEWS 29/04/19 Survey finds rise in people affected by food poisoning in UK. Almost half of the respondents in a survey in the United Kingdom said they have experienced food poisoning.

FOOD SAFETY NEWS 29/04/19 Survey finds rise in people affected by food poisoning in UK

The figure of 47 percent of people who reported getting sick from food at some time in their life is up from between 40 percent in 2012, 41 percent in 2014 and 44 percent in 2016. The Food Standards Agency’s (FSA) Food and You survey covered food poisoning, hygiene in the home and shopping habits. The agency uses the information to inform policies and work with consumers. It includes data from England, Wales, and Northern Ireland and collects information about the public’s self-reported behaviors and attitudes about buying, cooking and eating food. The survey, conducted between June and November 2018, included 2,241 interviews with a representative sample of adults across the three countries. However, the self-reported public rise is not backed up by statistics from Public Health England, which covers England and Wales. ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH 05/12/17 Food-borne disease and climate change in the United Kingdom. Climate change may have many impacts upon the weather and climate of the United Kingdom [1], and in this paper we focus upon its potential effects on food.

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH 05/12/17 Food-borne disease and climate change in the United Kingdom

We focus initially upon two food-borne diseases, Campylobacter and Salmonella. These are chosen because, in addition to their public heath importance, there is much evidence that they are influenced by existing climate variability especially temperature [2]. Therefore, under a warmer climate, incidence of these infections may change. An understanding of how these two food-borne diseases may be affected by climate change provides important insight into what the impacts may be on other food-borne diseases. The purpose of this review is to consider what the likely impacts of climate change will be, as well as to consider the distributional impacts of any changes. Le site INNUENDO. FOOD_GOV_UK 06/09/18 Systematic review of the relative proportion of foodborne disease caused by food preparation or handling within the home.

VETAGRO-SUP LYON - 2014 - Thèse en ligne : Toxi-infections alimentaires (Tiac) en région Rhône-Alpes : bilan et analyse des causes. Gestion opérationnelle d'une suspicion de Tiac par une Direction départementale de la (cohésion sociale et de la) protecti. RIVM 04/07/18 Disease burden of food-related pathogens in the Netherlands, 2017. PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-007808-17 Increase in cases of food poisoning. CEFAS 20/10/16 Summary Report of Joint Scientific Workshop on Foodborne Viruses. SANTE PUBLIQUE FRANCE 30/05/17 Présentation : ESTIMATION DE LA MORBIDITÉ ET LA MORTALITÉ DES INFECTIONS D’ORIGINE ALIMENTAIRE EN FRANCE. CDC EID - SEPT 2017 - Estimated Annual Numbers of Foodborne Pathogen–Associated Illnesses, Hospitalizations, and Deaths, France, 2008–2013. Author affiliations: Santé Publique France, Saint-Maurice, France Suggested citation for this article Abstract Estimates of the annual numbers of foodborne illnesses and associated hospitalizations and deaths are needed to set priorities for surveillance, prevention, and control strategies.

CDC EID - SEPT 2017 - Estimated Annual Numbers of Foodborne Pathogen–Associated Illnesses, Hospitalizations, and Deaths, France, 2008–2013

The objective of this study was to determine such estimates for 2008–2013 in France. We considered 15 major foodborne pathogens (10 bacteria, 3 viruses, and 2 parasites) and estimated that each year, the pathogens accounted for 1.28–2.23 million illnesses, 16,500–20,800 hospitalizations, and 250 deaths. Foodborne pathogens are of public health concern worldwide (1). Since that study, specific surveillance systems have been implemented in France for Campylobacter spp. (2002) (3), hepatitis A virus (2005), and hepatitis E virus (2002) (4).

Illnesses Previously published parameters for estimating the number of Campylobacter spp.– and Salmonella spp. Hospitalizations Deaths Foodborne Transmission Dr. References. ACADEMIE VETERINAIRE DE FRANCE 26/04/07 Présentation : ETUDE ETIOLOGIQUE DE 120 FOYERS DE TOXI-INFECTIONS ALIMENTAIRES COLLECTIVES SURVENUES EN MILIEU MILITAIRE. ECDC 20/11/14 Trends in Europe for food- and waterborne diseases and zoonoses. The food- and waterborne diseases and zoonoses content for the 2014 Annual Epidemiological Report provides a snapshot of the epidemiological situation in Europe.

ECDC 20/11/14 Trends in Europe for food- and waterborne diseases and zoonoses

The report features data from 2012 and gives an overview of the epidemiology of each disease, some of which are included below: APA_AT 17/12/14 Bilan des zoonoses d'origine alimentaire en Autriche en 2013. Wien (APA-Science) - Zoonosen sind Infektionskrankheiten, deren Erreger vom Tier auf den Menschen übertragen werden können - das geschieht sehr häufig durch kontaminierte Lebensmittel. 2013 wurden in Österreich 133 solche lebensmittelbedingten Krankheitsausbrüche registriert, das entspricht gegenüber 2012 einem Anstieg von neun Prozent.

APA_AT 17/12/14 Bilan des zoonoses d'origine alimentaire en Autriche en 2013.

Hauptursache für die daraus resultierenden insgesamt 568 Erkrankungsfälle waren überwiegend Campylobacter- und Salmonelleninfektionen, teilt die Agentur für Gesundheit und Ernährungssicherheit (AGES) in einem aktuellen Bericht mit. Lebensmittelbedingte Infektionen können von einer Vielzahl bakterieller, viraler und parasitärer Erreger bzw. durch sie gebildete Gifte verursacht werden. In den meisten Fällen verlaufen sie relativ harmlos. 2013 mussten zwar 108 der erkrankten Menschen stationär im Krankenhaus behandelt werden, Todesfälle waren aber keine zu beklagen. "Der Großteil der lebensmittelbedingten Krankheiten sind Durchfallerkrankungen.

Documents MAA/ANSES concernant les TIAC en Europe et en France

FOOD CONTROL - 2014 - Persistence of foodborne pathogens and their control in primary and secondary food production chains. RIVM NL 19/01/15 Number of cases remains stable despite slight rise in number of outbreaks of food-related disease. U bevindt zich op: Home › Documents and publications › 2015 › Number of cases remains stable despite slight rise in number of outbreaks of food-related disease The report ‘Recording of foodborne infections and food poisoning in 2013’ issued by RIVM and the Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority (NVWA) shows a total of 290 outbreaks involving 1,460 cases of foodborne infection or food poisoning.

RIVM NL 19/01/15 Number of cases remains stable despite slight rise in number of outbreaks of food-related disease

This is the first time that data from both organisations have been combined in a single study, and it is clear that the number of outbreaks has risen slightly in recent years while the number of cases has remained more or less stable. 2012 is an exception. In that year as many as 1,149 people fell ill in a nationwide outbreak of Salmonella Thompson caused by eating contaminated smoked salmon. Hygiene measures By no means everyone who falls ill after eating food notifies their GP or the NVWA. Foodborne Pathogens and Disease 09/03/16 Tracking Foodborne Pathogenic Bacteria in Raw and Ready-to-Eat Food Illegally Sold at the Eastern EU Border.

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Foodborne Pathogens and Disease 09/03/16 Tracking Foodborne Pathogenic Bacteria in Raw and Ready-to-Eat Food Illegally Sold at the Eastern EU Border

PLOS 17/03/16 FoodChain-Lab: A Trace-Back and Trace-Forward Tool Developed and Applied during Food-Borne Disease Outbreak Investigations in Germany and Europe. Abstract FoodChain-Lab is modular open-source software for trace-back and trace-forward analysis in food-borne disease outbreak investigations.

PLOS 17/03/16 FoodChain-Lab: A Trace-Back and Trace-Forward Tool Developed and Applied during Food-Borne Disease Outbreak Investigations in Germany and Europe

Development of FoodChain-Lab has been driven by a need for appropriate software in several food-related outbreaks in Germany since 2011. The software allows integrated data management, data linkage, enrichment and visualization as well as interactive supply chain analyses. J Food Prot. 2015 Nov;78(11):2093-8. Prevalence of Foodborne Pathogens in Freshwater Fish in Latvia. Procedia Food Science Volume 5, 2015, Pages 93–96 European Food Poisoning Outbreaks Involving Meat and Meat-based Products ☆ Volume 5, 2015, Pages 93–96 The 58th International Meat Industry Conference (MeatCon2015) Edited By Ivan Nastasijevic, Reinhard Fries and Sheryl Avery Abstract Foodborne illnesses are syndromes including nausea, vomiting, abdominal cramps and diarrhea caused by the ingestion of food contaminated by chemical substances or microorganisms and/or their toxins.

Procedia Food Science Volume 5, 2015, Pages 93–96 European Food Poisoning Outbreaks Involving Meat and Meat-based Products ☆

Reporting of food poisoning has been mandatory for European Union member states since 2003. Keywords. ECDC 17/12/15 Increasing food-borne infections in the EU in 2014, show data from ECDC and EFSA in latest annual zoonoses report. ​Human cases of campylobacteriosis and listeriosis continued to rise in the EU in 2014, showing an increasing trend since 2008. “It is worrying that Campylobacter and Listeria infections are still rising in the European Union,” Mike Catchpole, Chief Scientist at ECDC said, “this situation highlights the importance of enhancing listeriosis surveillance through molecular typing, work currently developed by ECDC and EFSA, and strengthening the EU-wide Campylobacter control measures at EU-level”.

There were 2 161 confirmed cases of Listeriosis infections in 2014, a rise of 16% compared with 2013. Although the number of cases are relatively low, the rise of reported listeriosis cases is of particular concern as the surveillance of these infections is focused on severe forms of the disease, with higher death rates than for other food-borne diseases, particularly among the elderly, and patients with a weak immune system. Read the full report. Rev. sci. tech. Off. int. Epiz.,- Vol. 32 (2) Coordination des politiques de surveillance de la santé animale et de la sécurité sanitaire des aliments « de l'étable à la table ». Au sommaire: La surveillance intégrée de la santé animale, des agents pathog.

Rev. sci. tech. Off. int. Epiz.,- Vol. 32 (2) Coordination des politiques de surveillance de la santé animale et de la sécurité sanitaire des aliments « de l'étable à la table ». Au sommaire: La surveillance intégrée de la santé animale, des agents pathogènes d’origine alimentaire et des toxi-infections alimentaires dans l’Union européenne – guatemalt

ECDC 20/10/15 Expert Opinion on the introduction of next-generation typing methods for food- and waterborne diseases in the EU and EEA. ​Molecular typing, and typing in general, has a long history of application to surveillance of food- and waterborne diseases for public health purposes. The advent of new microbial typing and detection techniques, in particular whole genome sequencing (WGS) and culture-independent diagnostic methods, brings about a fundamental change in the way diagnostics and typing are performed for foodborne infections.

To respond to the needs related to the introduction of WGS into public health microbiology, and to facilitate the further development of EU/EEA-wide molecular-typing-enhanced surveillance for Food- and waterborne diseases, an expert group (FWD-NEXT Expert Group) was formed.

Documents SANTE PUBLIQUE FRANCE et anciennement INVS

Documents EUROSURVEILLANCE concernant les TIAC en Europe. Documents EFSA concernant les TIAC en Europe. ECDC 07/04/15 Surveillance of seven priority food- and waterborne diseases in the EU/EEA 2010-2012. INSTITUTO POLITECNICO DE BRAGANCA - 2014 - Thèse en ligne : Meta-analysis of the incidence of food-borne pathogens in Portuguese meats and their products. FEDERATION WALLONIE-BRUXELLES - Toxi-infections alimentaires collectives. DTU FOOD NATIONAL FOOD INSTITUTE 31/10/14 Burden of Disease of Foodborne Pathogens in Denmark.

Trends in Europe for food- and waterborne... The food- and waterborne diseases and zoonoses content for the 2014 Annual Epidemiological Report provides a snapshot of the epidemiological situation in Europe. The report features data from 2012 and gives an overview of the epidemiology of each disease, some of which are included below: Campylobacter cases increased in the five-year period between 2008 and 2012 but decreased slightly in 2012. Human campylobacteriosis has remained the most commonly reported gastrointestinal disease in Europe since 2005. Handling, preparation and consumption of broiler meat has been estimated to account for 20%–41% of human campylobacteriosis cases. Salmonellosis rates continued to decrease with a significant five-year decreasing trend in the EU and decreasing trends in 17 EU/EEA countries.

New publication format The Annual Epidemiological Report is a key ECDC publication on the epidemiology of communicable diseases of public health significance in Europe. Download data from the report: Anthrax Botulism. MAIRIE DE PARIS / ENVA 26/04/13 Présentation : Restauration scolaire Toxi-infections alimentaires Gestion de crise.

International Food and Agribusiness Management Review Volume 17 Issue 3, 2014 Risk Communication and Market Effects during Foodborne Illnesses: A Comparative Case Study of Bacterial Outbreaks in the U.S. and in Germany. IJERPH, Vol. 10, 2013 Pages 2888-2896: Scoping the Impact of Changes in Population Age-Structure on the Future Burden of Foodbor.

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UNIVERSITE MENTOURI - CONSTANTINE - 2009 - Mémoire en ligne : LES TOXI-INFECTIONS ALIMENTAIRES COLLECTIVES DANS L’EST ALGERIEN. Food Control 18 (2007) 766–772 Foodborne transmission of infectious intestinal disease in England and Wales, 1992–2003. CDC EID - SEPT 2011 - Risk-based Estimate of Effect of Foodborne Diseases on Public Health, Greece. Skip directly to local search Skip directly to A to Z list Skip directly to navigation Skip directly to site content Skip directly to page options CDC Home CDC 24/7: Saving Lives.

Protecting People.™ <div class="noscript"> Note: Javascript is disabled or is not supported by your browser. Emerging Infectious Disease ISSN: 1080-6059 Volume 17, Number 9—September 2011 Synopsis. BFR (Allemagne) - 2010 - Cases of Poisoning Reported by Physicians. PREFECTURE DE HAUTE LOIRE - Conduite à tenir en cas de TIAC. EHESP - 2000 - Les toxi-infections alimentaires collectives dans les établissements sanitaires et sociaux - Module interprofessi. FRANCHE COMTE - Guide pour le signalement d'une Toxi-infection alimentaire collective (TIAC) en restauration à caractère social. Campylobacteriose humaine en France. ESPRESSO 13/05/15 Zoonosi e alimenti. Italia al top nei controlli. Ma non basta essere bravi a casa nostra: la battaglia è internazionale.

Di Cristina Da Rold, dall’Espresso. Il nostro paese fa registrare tassi tra i più bassi d'Europa per quanto riguarda l'incidenza di malattie infettive trasmesse dagli alimenti. Ma i controlli "locali" non bastano, perché la battaglia è internazionale. E non mancano le falle nel sistema. Cibo, quanto è controllato ciò che mangiamo? Sul fronte sicurezza alimentare pare che noi italiani possiamo stare abbastanza tranquilli, almeno rispetto al resto d'Europa. Insomma, anche se i sistemi di controllo nazionali sono efficaci, quando si parla di sicurezza alimentare e di malattie infettive è difficile sbarrare ermeticamente le porte. Il punto centrale sono le zoonosi, cioè tutte quelle malattie infettive che si trasmettono dall'animale all'uomo e che possono essere dovute a batteri, virus e parassiti.

Infine, siamo stati fra i paesi con meno casi di Listeriosi, infezione particolarmente aggressiva per le donne in gravidanza, con 36 casi ogni 100.000 abitanti. Ma c'è un ma, prosegue Efsa. LIVSMEDELSVERKET_SE - 2020 - Matförgiftningar i Sverige - Analys av rapporterade matförgiftningar 2008-2018.