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Rates of multidrug resistance in Salmonella seroptype I 4,,12:i:- have tripled.
To preserve cultures as a key disease detection tool, the CDC recommends that labs do them whenever the faster test suggests a bacterial infection.
Guidance involves steps to curb Salmonella and Campylobacter in poultry and better trace ground beef.
E coli and some Salmonella infections dropped, but Campylobacter and Vibrio cases increased.
US agencies reported on what they billed as an improved method for sifting food outbreak data.
The agency also establishes new steps to control Salmonella and Campylobacter in poultry.
Multidrug-resistant Salmonella has decreased and resistance to two important classes of antibiotics remains low, but resistance to the bacterium that causes typhoid fever is worrisome.
Most US samples had bacterial contamination, and a good many had pathogenic varieties.
Non-outbreak raw-milk cases may outnumber outbreak cases 25 to 1—and knowing the farmer might not help.
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