The influence of climate change on the spread of human salmonellosis (Mini-review)
Kulcsszavak:salmonellosis, multidisciplinary, One Health, poverty
Human salmonellosis is one of the most important food-borne diseases, which is caused by the serovars of Salmonella enterica. The mesophilic and hydrophilic bacteria, Salmonella serovars are expected to spread and cause an increased number of cases as a result of climate change. The interdependence of human salmonellosis and climate change is a complex phenomenon. Therefore, it needs a multidisciplinary method of analysis. Especially in low-income regions, both extreme weather events and diseases and their coexistence cause real disasters to the poorest communities. This review gathers the epidemiological and socioeconomic aspects of human salmonellosis to assess the main driving forces of infection. As a result, it was ascertained that the application of different disciplines helped to appreciate the important role of poverty in the epidemiology of human salmonellosis.
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