the 27-year-old Eric Martinsson, a MINIMUM of 71 of the best backs and the eighth-best scorer on the team this season. However, he has been missing in the Jönköpingslagets the lineup since march 20.
and Then, after the meeting, Örebro, sweden, said that he ”had been a piece of shit in your body”, and had hoped to be on his legs soon after. However, he has continued to be out of the team.
Now, he knows what the problem is, has been, namely, a yersiniabakterie.< Stjärnbacken affected by a rare species of bacteria Bacteria usually comes from a bad hot pork, but can also be found in fresh vegetables. Martinsson said at Jönköpingsposten, that he might have rinsed his spinach too bad.
This is the yersiniabakterien
the Disease is caused by the bacteria Yersinia enterocolitica or Y. pseudotuberculosis. These bacteria are commonly found in the environment all over the world. The infection occurs in many species of animals, including wild animals, sheep, cows, horses, dogs, and pigs. Pork is considered to be the most common source of infection for humans, but also in other foods likely to be contaminated, including unpasteurized milk, vegetables, and water.
Usually, the disease is an acute onset of diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain. Not infrequently, predominate buksymtomen, and the condition can be difficult to distinguish from appendicitis.
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It is very rare to be hit by a yersiniabakterie, only 200 to 300 swedes are affected annually, and it is mostly children who are the victims.
the Bacteria are going to keep Martinsson away from the game in the HV's two grundseriematcher (Luleå is the home and the surrounding hills. away), but he has a plan to be ready by the time the playoffs are ahead.
" the Idea is that I'm going to try to work out well over the next couple of weeks. I'm going to be playing the first playoff games, " he said.
HV-71 finished fifth in the SHL standings and will meet the city of Skellefteå in sweden, the quarter-finals if the finals can take the time.
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