A 10 year survey of the epidemiology and clinical aspects of listeriosis in a provincial English city.

@article{Jones1994A1Y,
  title={A 10 year survey of the epidemiology and clinical aspects of listeriosis in a provincial English city.},
  author={Elen M. Jones and SusanY. Mcculloch and David S. Reeves and AlasdairP. Macgowan},
  journal={The Journal of infection},
  year={1994},
  volume={29 1},
  pages={
          91-103
        }
}
Between January 1983 and December 1992 29 cases of human listeriosis were recorded in Bristol, giving an incidence for the decade of 0.35 infections/10(5) population/annum. For those less than a year old the incidence was 5.2/10(5) population/annum and for adults increased from 0.029/10(5)/annum for those aged 20-49 years to 0.65/10(5)/annum for those over 80 years of age. Social classes I and II were over represented in those infected while classes IV and V were under represented when compared… CONTINUE READING
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