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    Sometimes Salmonella bacteria can leave the GI plot and enter another piece of the body, causing a possibly genuine or perilous contamination. Intrusive diseases caused by Salmonella can include: bacteremia, which happens when Salmonella bacteria enter the circulatory system and can lead to septic shock.Septic shock (namely, contamination all through the body) is a possibly lethal ailment that happens when sepsis, which is organ injury or harm in light of disease, prompts perilously low pulse and variations from the norm in cell digestion.

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