Regional risks and seasonality in travel-associated campylobacteriosis


BACKGROUND The epidemiology of travel-associated campylobacteriosis is still largely unclear, and various known risk factors could only explain limited proportions of the recorded cases. METHODS Using data from 28,704 notifications of travel-associated campylobacteriosis in Sweden 1997 to 2003 and travel patterns of 16,255 Swedish residents with overnight… (More)


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@article{Ekdahl2004RegionalRA, title={Regional risks and seasonality in travel-associated campylobacteriosis}, author={Karl Ekdahl and Yvonne M Andersson}, journal={BMC Infectious Diseases}, year={2004}, volume={4}, pages={54 - 54} }