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This is a very large group of different bacteria that can infect both animals and humans. With more than 2000 sub-species of salmonella able to infect humans, it’s easy to see why an understanding of this bacterium and how to prevent its spread is important. The bacteria can cause salmonellosis, which is associated with food poisoning. Typhoid fever is similar to the flu and only infects humans. This is caused by the sub-species Typhi.

This intestinal bacterium has different species and multiple sub-species. While most serovars, or sub-species, can infect both humans and animals, only S. Typhi and S. Paratyphii can only infect humans. There are some types of salmonella that are actually adapted to infect certain animals such as cattle or pigs.

Transmission and Production of Salmonella

Salmonella is easily transmitted through contaminated drinks and food. When a person consumes the bacteria, then he or she will become sick. This can happen when meat, seafood, or eggs are cooked improperly or when other foods such as vegetables and milk are not prepared correctly. Infected people who handle food can transmit salmonella to others. Salmonella can also spread through contact with surfaces infested with the bacterium or through feces.

Salmonella is found throughout the world in raw meat, feces, soil, water, insects, and surfaces in homes and factories. While some mild cases of salmonellosis may not be reported, around 40,000 cases are reported each year in the U.S. Only 400 cases of typhoid fever are reported each year in the U.S.Most of the salmonella species work by infecting the small intestines.It only takes 14 to 20 cells of bacteria for the host to become ill.

The bacteria can pass through the small intestines into the middle layer of this organ, which causes inflammation. Long-term salmonella infections can spread into the bloodstream and to other organs. This has prompted many scientists and doctors to wonder how to kill salmonella.

Unfortunately, salmonellosis doesn’t have a vaccine but typhoid fever does and it is commonly given to people traveling to areas with frequent outbreaks. These vaccines, while useful, are not perfect and travelers can still get sick by eating questionable food or drink. Antibiotics are given to people who have salmonellosis or typhoid fever. While there is no immediate way for people to feel better, electrolytes and fluids administered intravenously can help reduce the dehydration.

Effects can occur up to three days after being exposed and include fever, vomiting, nausea, diarrhea, and headaches. Without treatment, salmonellosis will last up to a week. Longer durations will lead to dehydration and will give the infection time to spread to the bloodstream. Typhoid fever is characterized by weakness, constipation, fever, a rash, and muscle aches and can last up to a month, ending in death for some people.

Precautionary Measures to Take Around Salmonella

People always want to know how to eradicate salmonella and while there is no real way to get rid of it, there are certain measures to take:



Clean: Hands and Surfaces

  • Wash hands with soap and warm water before and after handling food
  • Wash all kitchen surfaces with warm soapy water
  • Cloth towels used in the kitchen need to be washed on hot
  • Consider using paper towels that can be thrown away

Separate: Be Aware of Cross-Contamination

  • Separate raw meat from other foods
  • Use separate cutting boards
  • Never place cooked meat near raw meat

Cook: Make Sure That Food Is Safe

  • Use a food thermometer to make sure that food is cooked to the correct temperature
  • Bring leftovers such as gravy and soup to a boil when reheating
  • Reheat all leftovers to high-enough temperatures

Chill: Know How to Cool Food Properly

  • Refrigerate leftovers promptly
  • Make sure that the refrigerator is cold enough by using a thermometer to monitor the temperature
  • Marinate foods in the refrigerator
  • Split leftovers into smaller containers so that they can cool faster
  • Thaw food in the refrigerator, not at room temperature on the counter

While salmonella removal can seem impossible, following these health and safety guidelines will reduce the chance of you getting sick. Consider investing in a Hydroxyl generator from http://www.odoroxair.com to create and release Hydroxyls in the air. They will kill and remove viruses and bacteria from the air and from surfaces.

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I have ten years experience as an estimator, trainer, and general manager of a 3 million dollar+ cleaning and restoration firm. As a Certified Restorer I have never endorsed one product over another. I have always believed that there were products available laterally that were as good what was being offered at the time.

After using your Odorox machines my opinion has changed. We recently put them to the test by placing them in a basement that had a fire..before we tore out! The Odorox completely eliminated the smoke odor. I thought for sure the odor would return when we tore out the drywall but it didnÕt. This was great since we had spaced sheathing with felt paper and hardwood above it. We were able to eliminate the odor without removing the floors! I believe you may have found the next 'sliced bread'.

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LEONIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS


Mr. Kevin Woods 500 Broad Avenue
Buildings and Grounds Supervisor / Leonia, NJ 07605
Transportation Coordinator Phone: 201.302.5200 x. 3215
Fax: 201.242.9791


December 6, 2020

The Leonia Board of Education began using the Pyure technology in 2018.

Our districtÕs goal was to improve the indoor air quality in our school buildings. We have been very satisfied with the equipment and the results. When the pandemic broke out in the winter of 2020, we began using the equipment in almost all areas throughout our school district. We knew we needed to increase custodial cleaning and district wide disinfection, however adding the Pyure Odorox technology only increased our overall goal. In March of 2020, we implemented more Pyure Odorox units and have been very satisfied with the results. We intend to have Pyure’s equipment play a major role in our return to school efforts as we move along in the pandemic this winter season.

I welcome any questions and fully endorse the Pyure technology for any school.


Respectfully,
Kevin Woods

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