Background Food borne diseases including food borne intoxication and infection are term applied a disease caused by agents that enter body through consumption of con-taminated food. with increase in urbanization, industrialization, mass catering systems food borne diseases are on increase throughout the world.
Objectives: To investigate the food borne outbreak affecting 156 girl students studying in standard VII to XII of low literacy girl high school run by tribal subplan office, Rajpi-pala Narmada District.
Materials and Methods: A retro-spective cross-sectional study was conducted. The team members re-viewed medical records and inter-viewed affected students, teachers, principal, food handlers & patrons of the food vendor.
Results: Out of 360, 156 students suffered from acute gastroenteritis (43.3% attack rate) during 9:00 am to 12:30 pm on 11th December 2017. Seventy-four (74) out of those 156 complained about vomiting, 14 had Headache & 66 were suffered from mild abdominal pain. There was no death reported. 10 studentís vomi-tus sample were collected and out of these six sample shows staphylo-coccal infection.
Conclusion: The possible source of infection is milk supplied as break-fast to the students
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