Epidemiological studies and proposed preventive measures in the fight against human salmonellosis.

@article{Oosterom1991EpidemiologicalSA,
  title={Epidemiological studies and proposed preventive measures in the fight against human salmonellosis.},
  author={Julia Oosterom},
  journal={International journal of food microbiology},
  year={1991},
  volume={12 1},
  pages={41-51}
}
  • Julia Oosterom
  • Published 1991 in International journal of food microbiology
A large number of countries annually report high numbers of Salmonella infections in man. Since it is estimated that these reported cases only represent 1 to 10% of the real incidence of this disease, it must be concluded that human salmonellosis is a serious problem all over the world. The major source for human salmonellosis is caused by farm animals, which may frequently be intestinal carriers of the organism. Particularly pigs and poultry are incriminated in this respect, and, to a lesser… CONTINUE READING

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