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Food and Feed Research
2019, vol. 46, br. 1, str. 137-145
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: pregledni članak
doi:10.5937/FFR1901137M

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Salmonella spp. u hrani za kućne ljubimce i rizik koji predstavlja za zdravlje ljudi
aNaučni institut za veterinarstvo 'Novi Sad', Novi Sad
bUniverzitet u Beogradu, Fakultet veterinarske medicine
cInstitut za prehrambene tehnologije, Novi Sad

e-adresa: nenaaleksic@vet.bg.ac.rs

Projekat

Istraživanje farmakoloških karakteristika antimikrobnih agenasa, uvođenje novih tehnoloških rešenja i alternativnih metoda profilakse s ciljem da se poboljša kontrola infektivnih oboljenja domaćih životinja (MPNTR - 31071)
Molekularno-genetička i ekofiziološka istraživanja u zaštiti autohtonih animalnih genetičkih resursa, očuvanju dobrobiti, zdravlja i reprodukcije gajenih životinja i proizvodnji bezbedne hrane (MPNTR - 46002)

Sažetak

Komercijalna hrana za pse i mačke je skoro nepoznat izvor infekcije ljudi bakterijama iz roda Salmonella. Ljudi se mogu inficirati direktnim kontaktom sa kontaminiranom hranom za kućne ljubimce ili kontaktom sa kućnim ljubimcima koji uobičajeno izlučuju salmonele bez kliničkih znakova infekcije. Iako se novi trend ishrane pasa i mačaka sirovom hranom sa tog aspekta razmatra kao poseban rizik (jer ova hrana uobičajeno sadrži hranom prenosive patogene kao što su Salmonella spp., Escherichia coli i Campylobacter spp.), epidemiološki podaci ne podržavaju ovakav stav. U ovom radu sumiramo relevatne podatke o značaju hrane za kućne ljubimce u pojavi salmoneloza ljudi, kao i preporuke za prevenciju pojave infekcija izazvanih salmonelama iz ovog izvora.

Ključne reči

kućni ljubimci; sirova i komercijalna hrana; salmoneloza

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