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The outbreak, which began in 2016, affected 118 people in 18 states.
A worrisome finding among resistant Salmonella isolates was the Kentucky serovar, of which more than three-quarters were multidrug resistant.
The annual reports describe resistance patterns in samples from humans, retail meat, and animals at slaughter.
Report finds extremely high multidrug resistance in a Salmonella strain that can sicken humans.
Multidrug-resistant C jejuni rose from 19.1% in 2008 to 43.4% in 2014-2015.
Report finds some encouraging trends in resistance, but also notes increasing consumption of anitbiotics.
Rates of multidrug resistance in Salmonella seroptype I 4,,12:i:- have tripled.
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.
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