Published in Medicine and Law Weekly, July 1st, 2005
According to a recently published report from the United States, "We investigated a salmonellosis outbreak related to a cafeteria to determine its extent and to identify illness risk factors.
"A case was defined as isolation of Salmonella Group D or serotype Enteritidis from the stool of a person who ate at the cafeteria during June 22-July 10, 2003, and developed diarrhea in 3 days or less. Food histories of case patients (n=11) were compared with those of their well meal companions (n=16).
The researchers found that "consumption...
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