Salmonella: Medical studies have shown that salmonella-induced food poisoning is most likely to occur in 5 ~ October, and that food poisoning caused by salmonella has a great relationship with the content of salmonella, pathogenicity and individual susceptibility. When people eat food containing salmonella, bacteria and bacteria produced by toxins may cause vomiting, diarrhea, fever and headache and other adverse reactions, serious may even endanger life, the human body has great harm.
E. coli: Although the vast majority of Escherichia coli and human beings have good cooperation, but there are still a few special types of E. coli has a strong virulence, once infected, will cause serious outbreaks. Mostly for endogenous infection, mainly urinary tract infections, such as urethritis, cystitis, pyelonephritis. can also cause peritonitis, cholecystitis, appendicitis and so on. Infant, infirm, chronic consumptive disease, large area burns, E. coli can invade blood flow and cause sepsis. Some serotypes of Escherichia coli can cause human diarrhea. The intestinal toxicity of Escherichia coli can cause infantile and tourists diarrhea, mild watery, also can be severe cholera-like symptoms.