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THỰC TRẠNG VỆ SINH AN TOÀN THỰC PHẨM CỦA CƠ SỞ SẢN XUẤT NƯỚC UỐNG ĐÓNG CHAI TẠI TỈNH BÌNH DƯƠNG NĂM 2013

08/08/2017
Nghiên cứu này nhằm xác định tỉ lệ mẫu nước uống đóng chai đạt theo tiêu chuẩn, tỉ lệ cơ sở sản suất NUĐC đạt các điều kiện an toàn thực phẩm, tỉ lệ người sản xuất có kiến thức đúng về thực hành ATTP.

RISK-BASED ESTIMATE OF EFFECT OF FOODBORNE DISEASES ON PUBLIC HEALTH, GREECE

02/08/2017
The public health effects of illness caused by foodborne pathogens in Greece during 1996–2006 was quantified by using publicly available surveillance data, hospital statistics, and literature. Results were expressed as the incidence of different disease outcomes and as disability-adjusted life years (DALY), a health indicator combining illness and death estimates into a single metric.

FOODBORNE ILLNESS, AUSTRALIA, CIRCA 2000 AND CIRCA 2010

02/08/2017
Foodborne disease is a major public health problem worldwide. To examine changes in foodborne illness in Australia, we estimated the incidence, hospitalizations, and deaths attributed to contaminated food circa 2010 and recalculated estimates from circa 2000. Approximately 25% of gastroenteritis cases were caused by contaminated food; to account for uncertainty we used simulation techniques to estimate 90% credible intervals.

WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION GLOBAL ESTIMATES AND REGIONAL COMPARISONS OF THE BURDEN OF FOODBORNE DISEASE IN 2010

02/08/2017
Illness and death from diseases caused by contaminated food are a constant threat to public health and a significant impediment to socio-economic development worldwide. To measure the global and regional burden of foodborne disease (FBD), the World Health Organization (WHO) established the Foodborne Disease Burden Epidemiology Reference Group (FERG), which here reports their first estimates of the incidence, mortality, and disease burden due to 31 foodborne hazards.

ESTIMATES OF FOODBORNE ILLNESS–RELATED HOSPITALIZATIONS AND DEATHS IN CANADA FOR 30 SPECIFIED PATHOGENS AND UNSPECIFIED AGENTS

02/08/2017
Foodborne illness estimates help to set food safety priorities and create public health policies. The Public Health Agency of Canada estimates that 4 million episodes of foodborne illness occur each year in Canada due to 30 known pathogens and unspecified agents. The main objective of this study was to estimate the number of domestically acquired foodborne illness–related hospitalizations and deaths.