New Jersey man could lose his limbs from flesh-eating bacteria caught while crabbing

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    • New Jersey man could lose his limbs from flesh-eating bacteria caught while crabbing

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      After crabbing in a New Jersey river, one caught a flesh-eating bacteria that is threatening his life and all his limbs, according to reports.
      Angel Perez of Millville, New Jersey. what crabbing in Maurice River and just a few hours later on his arms and legs were in severe pain and beginning to balloon up.
      His daughter, Dilena Perez-Dilan, told NJ.com that her father had contracted Vibrio necrotizing fasciitis, a flesh-eating bacteria that can be contracted in the summer months from salty water or from raw or undercooked shelfish.
      "He's in critical condition," Perez-Dilan told NJ.com. His forearms are black in color; they have blisters, cuts and sores. "
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      According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, necrotizing fasciitis is a serious bacterial skin infection, in Perez's case caused by the Vibrio bacteria, that spreads quickly and kills the body's soft tissue.
      About 100 people out of an estimated 80,000 cases in the United States each year, per the CDC.
      Perez is currently in the ICU fighting for his life, while doctors are waiting to see if they will need to amputate potentially all his or her limbs if his body does not respond to antibiotics.
      Follow Courtney Marabella on Twitter: @CourtMarabella

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      More: New mom who lost limbs to flesh-eating bacteria sues hospital
      More: Woman eating flesh-eating bacteria after eating oysters
      According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, necrotizing fasciitis is a serious bacterial skin infection, in Perez's case caused by the Vibrio bacteria, that spreads quickly and kills the body's soft tissue.
      About 100 people out of an estimated 80,000 cases in the United States each year, per the CDC.
      Perez is currently in the ICU fighting for his life, while doctors are waiting to see if they will need to amputate potentially all his or her limbs if his body does not respond to antibiotics.
      Follow Courtney Marabella on Twitter: @C
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      cording to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, necrotizing fasciitis is a serious bacterial skin infection, in Perez's case caused by the Vibrio bacteria, that spreads quickly and kills the body's soft tissue.
      About 100 people out of an estimated 80,000 cases in the United States each year, per the CDC.
      Perez is currently in the ICU fighting for his life, while doctors are waiting to see if they will need to amputate potentially all his or her limbs if his body does not respond to antibi
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      More: Woman eating flesh-eating bacteria after eating oysters
      According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, necrotizing fasciitis is a serious bacterial skin infection, in Perez's case caused by the Vibrio bacteria, that spreads quickly and kills the body's soft tissue.
      About 100 people out of an estimated 80,000 cases in the United States each year, per the CDC.
      Perez is currently in the ICU fighting for his life, while doctors are waiting to see if they will need to amputate potentially all his or her limbs if his body does not respond to antibiotics.
      Follow Courtney Marabella on Twitter: @CourtMarabella
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      100 people out of an estimated 80,000 cases in the United States each year, per the CDC.
      Perez is currently in the ICU fighting for his life, while doctors are waiting to see if they will need to amputate potentially all his or her limbs if his body does not respond to antibiotics.
      Follow Courtney Marabella on Twitter: @CourtMarabella