Salmonella surveillance report no. 27, JULY 27, 1964
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Salmonella surveillance report no. 27, JULY 27, 1964

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      For month of June 1964

      This month marks the regrettable termination of Dr. W. Eugene Sanders' association with the Salmonella Surveillance Unit. Dr. Sanders joins the University of Florida School of Medicine as Chief Resident in Medicine. Dr. Charles E. McCall will now assume duties as Chief of the Salmonella Surveillance Unit.

      During June, 1,758 Isolations of salmonellae from humans were submitted for an average weekly total of 439. This represents an increase of 71 over the average weekly total for the month of May. A total of 441 nonhuman isolations were reported in June.

      Included in this month's Reports from the States are summaries of salmonellosis in Chicago and Los Angeles, experience with S. java in Minnesota, human salmonellosis traced to necropsy, and a large outbreak of S. typhi-murlum gastroenteritis in Massachusetts.

      A new section to be Included each month in the Salmonella Surveillance Report is described. This section will be devoted to surveillance of salmonellae in foods and animal feeds. Included underSpecial Reports are descriptions of a process developed for effectively pasteurizing liquid egg white, a report on economic losses incurred during an outbreak of gastroenteritis, and a review of salmonellosis in Alaskan dogs.

      The section on International Reports summarizes food poisoning in England and Wales in 1962, and reviews salmonellosis in Germany during 1959.

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      I. Summary -- II. Reports of isolations from the states -- III. Current investigations -- IV. Reports from states -- V. Special reports -- Vi. International -- VII. Surveillance of salmonella in foods and feeds.
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