Monday, 20 June 2011

απροστάτευτοι από τις διατροφικές "βόμβες"






















πόσο απροστάτευτοι είμαστε από τις διατροφικές βόμβες που σκάνε δίπλα μας και ...μέσα μας?

οι απαντήσεις εδώ.

έχουν ιδιαίτερο ενδιαφέρον οι απαντήσεις του Αντιπροέδρου του ΕΦΕΤ, Καθηγητή Κτηνιατρικής κ. Ράλλη.

Γ.Ζ.



Υ.Γ.  
e.coli update

Γαλλία: Σε τεχνητό κώμα, τέθηκε από τους γιατρούς, το ένα από τα επτά παιδιά, που νοσηλεύονται, εξαιτίας μόλυνσης από το βακτήριο E.coli [17.6.2011]
 Ένα από τα επτά παιδιά που νοσηλεύονται στη Λίλλη, στη βόρεια Γαλλία εξαιτίας μόλυνσης από το βακτηρίδιο E.coli μετά την κατανάλωση κατεψυγμένων βοδινών μπιφτεκιών, τέθηκε σε τεχνητό κώμα, ενώ η προέλευση της μόλυνσης αναμένεται να έχει εντοπιστεί μέχρι αργά τη Δευτέρα.
Το παιδί, ηλικίας 2 ετών, υπεβλήθη σε αιμοκάθαρση, όπως δήλωσε ο καθηγητής Στεφάν Λετέρτρ του νοσοκομείου της Λίλλης σε συνέντευξη Τύπου προσθέτοντας ότι χρειάστηκε να καταβληθούν εντατικές προσπάθειες για την ανάνηψή του, ενώ υπογράμμισε ότι η κατάσταση της υγείας του παραμένει "ανησυχητική".
Σύμφωνα με τον γιατρό το παιδί είχε "τα συνηθισμένα συμπτώματα" της μόλυνσης όμως επιπλέον παρουσίασε "μία νευρολογική κρίση" με αποτέλεσμα να έχει λιποθυμίες.


Two French children recovering from E.coli bout [20.6.2011]

Six children remained in hospital, including a seriously ill two-year-old who was on a respirator after being placed in an artificially-induced coma last week, a spokesman for the CHRU hospital group in Lille told Reuters.
"The childrens' condition is improving," he said.

Y.Γ. αφιερωμένο στις ελεγκτικές αρχές της Ε.Ε. [μιας και κάνουν ξανά και ξανά τα ίδια λάθη...]

 


Saw the world turning in my sheets and once again I cannot sleep.
Walk out the door and up the street;
look
at the stars beneath my feet.
Remember rights that I did wrong, so here I go.
Hello, hello. There is no place I cannot go.
My mind is muddy but my heart is heavy. Does it show?
I lose the track that loses me, so here I go.
And so I sent some men to fight, and one came back at dead of night.
Said he'd seen my enemy. Said he looked just like me,
So I set out to cut myself and here I go.
I'm not calling for a second chance,
I'm screaming at the top of my voice.
Give me reason but don't give me choice.
'Cause I'll just make the same mistake again.

And maybe someday we will meet, and maybe talk and not just speak.
Don't buy the promises 'cause, there are no promises I keep.
And my reflection troubles me, so here I go.
I'm not calling for a second chance,
I'm screaming at the top of my voice.
Give me reason but don't give me choice.
'Cause I'll just make the same mistake,
I'm not calling for a second chance,
I'm screaming at the top of my voice.
Give me reason but don't give me choice.
'Cause I'll just make the same mistake again.
Saw the world turning in my sheets and once again I cannot sleep.
Walk out the door and up the street; look at the stars.
Look at the stars fall down.
And wonder where did I go wrong.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Η e.coli βάλθηκε να εξολοθρεύσει τους vegetarians !

και άλλο περιστατικό με φύτρα, στη Γαλλία αυτή τη φορά !

http://www.lemonde.fr/planete/article/2011/06/23/sept-hospitalisations-a-bordeaux-e-coli-suspectee_1540149_3244.html#ens_id=1529021

Anonymous said...

verotoxin producing Escherichia coli (positive /25g) in beetroot sprouts from the Netherlands, with raw material from Italy and France

(psahto me to google)

Anonymous said...

Scientists at the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) are closely monitoring the latest E.coli outbreak in the Bordeaux region of France and preparing to provide scientific support to the European Commission in the analysis of scientific data related to this outbreak.

EFSA scientists are liaising closely with staff at the European Commission, the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and are in touch with food safety authorities in Member States, in particular France and Germany.

French authorities have reported 10 cases of patients suffering from bloody diarrhoea in the Bordeaux region of the country, five of them diagnosed with haemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS), which can be caused by Shiga toxin-producing E.coli (STEC).

Preliminary bacteriological tests found the E.coli strain O104:H4 to be present in two of the cases. French officials said this was the same strain as that responsible for the outbreak in Germany associated with bean sprouts. They said an epidemiological investigation found that seven patients, who live in close proximity to each other, had attended an open day at a recreational centre in the commune of Bègles near Bordeaux on 8 June. Six of those were said to have eaten bean sprouts scattered on various dishes at the centre.

EFSA is preparing to support the European Commission and Member States in epidemiological investigations regarding the French outbreak, in particular helping to trace back to the origin of the contamination and possible links to the German outbreak.

Following the outbreak in Germany, EFSA, in cooperation with ECDC, issued public health advice on the prevention of diarrhoeal illness with a special focus on STEC. EFSA also issued scientific advice on options to mitigate the possible risks of food contamination and human infection from STEC, confirming existing advice on the importance of following good agricultural practices, and good manufacturing and hygiene practices as laid down in internationally recognised guidelines.


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και για την αντιγραφή / επικόλληση

κακός ...

Yannis Zabetakis said...

σας ευχαριστώ όλους για τα σχόλια...το θέμα δυστυχώς ...παραμένει μυστήριο?!!??!!!

Anonymous said...

τελικά, και τα κρούσματα στο Bordeaux οφείλονταν σε φυτρωμένους σπόρους [φύτρα τρυγωνέλλας της ... ελληνικής (!)] και όχι στα μπιφτέκια!
ας πρόσεχε και ο ... πρόεδρος του ακατανόμαστου που βιάστηκε να κάνει και δηλώσεις.

Importance of cooking sprouts thoroughly to reduce risk of further E. coli O104 outbreaks
July 1st 2011 -- In Germany, the numbers of reported cases of haemolytic uraemic syndrome (HUS)/enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli (EHEC) have decreased, and the German authorities indicate that the vehicle of the bacterium responsible for the outbreak is bean and seed sprouts.
On 24 June, France reported an outbreak of verocytotoxin-producing E. coli (VTEC)/EHEC, with 16 cases, and E. coli O104:H4 has been confirmed in 4 of them. The cluster of patients reporting bloody diarrhoea had participated in an event in the commune of Bègles around the Bordeaux area and none of the cases had a history of travel to Germany.
The suspected vehicle of infection in both the French and German outbreak is germinated sprout seeds and the isolated E. coli O104:H4 strain in human cases in both countries is the same. Thus a potential link between these two public health events is being investigated.
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) have jointly prepared a rapid risk assessment of the cluster of cases of HUS in France caused by E. coli O104:H4. In their joint assessment, the two European agencies outline that several types of seed sprouts are being investigated as the most likely connection between the French cases and the previous outbreak in Germany.
Until the investigation has been finalised, EFSA advises consumers not to grow sprouts from seeds for their own consumption and to ensure that all types of sprouts are thoroughly cooked before consumption. Furthermore, consumers are reminded of the importance of basic food hygiene practices when preparing food.
ECDC and ESFA will continue to closely monitor this event in collaboration with the French and other national authorities.

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Anonymous said...

http://www.efsa.europa.eu/en/press/news/110705.htm?WT.mc_id=EFSAHL01&emt=1

Since May 2011, an outbreak of Shiga-toxin producing Escherichia coli (STEC) has been ongoing in Germany, though the number of new cases is rapidly decreasing. On 24 June 2011, French authorities reported an E. coli outbreak in the region of Bordeaux. Since the start of these outbreaks, there have been a large number of patients with bloody diarrhoea caused by STEC and an unusually high proportion of these have developed haemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS). To date, the E. coli O104:H4 outbreak is responsible for 48 deaths in Germany and one in Sweden. The total number of cases reported in the EU, Norway and Switzerland is 4,178 (!!!!)
The analysis of information from the French and German outbreaks leads to the conclusion that an imported lot of fenugreek seeds which was used to grow sprouts imported from Egypt by a German importer, is the most likely common link but other lots may be implicated. The report highlights that negative results from microbiological tests carried out on seeds cannot be interpreted as proof that a lot is not contaminated with STEC.