Dr. Wilde graduated from the University of Wisconsin Medical School in 1988. He works in Sioux Falls, SD and 1 other location and specializes in Family Medicine. Dr. Wilde is affiliated with Avera Mckennan Hospital & University Health Center and Sanford Medical Center.
An Augusta doctor tells us how someone could contract lysteria...Dr. James Wilde, emergency medicine, Georgia Health Sciences University (GHSU): "Generally, when somebody comes down with lysteria, it's from food contamination...again, food such as milk or ice cream. Another big category of food is p
Date: Jun 14, 2011
UPDATED: Listeria Found At Augusta Kellogg Plant; Company Responds
Doctor James Wilde has studied and treated patients for bacteria infections. Wilds says people who get listeria usually suffer from diarrhea, headaches, and fever. He says it's not often someone comes into the emergency room with listeria, but it does happen.
Listeria bacterial contamination is most common from milk products, particularly unpasteurized milk, and from processed meats, particularly hot dogs, said Dr. James Wilde, a pediatric emergency medicine physician at Georgia Health Sciences University.