Salmonella surveillance report no. 24, MAY 3, 1964
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Salmonella surveillance report no. 24, MAY 3, 1964

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Salmonella surveillance report no. 24, MAY 3, 1964
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    For month of March 1964 This report marks the 24th month of salmonella surveillance in the United States and presents data concerning 1,279 reported isolations of 55 serotypes from human beings. Also during March, there were 365 isolations from non-human sources, representing 44 different serotypes. This month demonstrated a decrease from the numbers of both human and non-human isolations reported in February. Included in this month's report are reviews of: (1) a food borne outbreak of typhoid fever in Ohio; (2) an outbreak of typhoid fever traced to contaminated well water in Texas; (3) a case of osteomyelitis due to Salmonella choleraesuis in Virginia; and (4) a death due to Salmonella schwarzengrund in Utah. A problem in the diagnosis of typhoid fever was reported from South Dakota and three family outbreaks of salmonellosis traced to pet dogs were reported from Illinois. An outbreak of food poisoning in New York City due to Salmonella bredeney was included. A report of an tsolation of S. derby from the dialysate bath of a hemodlalysls unit in Pennsylvania was submitted and a suamary of Salmonella derby isolations in California was reported.
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    I. Summary -- II. Reports of isolations from the states -- III. Current investigations -- IV. Reports from states -- V. International.
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