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Volume 10, Number 5—May 2004

Research

Multidrug-resistant Strains of Salmonella enterica Typhimurium, United States, 1997–19981

Therese Rabatsky-Ehr*Comments to Author , Jean M. Whichard†, Shannon Rossiter†, Ben Holland†, Karen Stamey†, Marcia L. Headrick‡, Timothy J. Barrett†, Frederick J. Angulo†, and the NARMS Working Group
Author affiliations: *Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut, USA; †Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA; ‡U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Bethesda, Maryland, USA

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Table 2

Salmonella Typhimurium isolates with ACSSuT, ACKSSuT, or AKSSuT resistance patterns by site, NARMS 1997–1998 agenta

Site ACSSuT N (%) ACKSSuT N (%) AKSSuT N (%) Other R-types N (%) Pansusceptible N (%) Total N
Californiab
8 (32)
0
3 (12)
5 (20)
9 (36)
25
Colorado
16 (36)
2 (4)
2 (4)
8 (18)
17 (38)
45
Connecticut
15 (39)
1 (3)
4 (10)
6 (15)
13 (33)
39
Florida
4 (45)
1 (11)
1 (11)
0
3 (33)
9
Georgia
21 (26)
1 (1)
6 (8)
9 (11)
43 (54)
80
Kansas
2 (11)
2 (11)
1 (5)
5 (26)
9 (47)
19
Los Angelesc
15 (25)
3 (5)
7 (12)
18 (31)
16 (27)
59
Maryland
12 (44)
1 (4)
1 (4)
2 (7)
11 (41)
27
Massachusetts
21 (24)
3 (3)
18 (21)
9 (10)
37 (42)
88
Minnesota
2 (4)
2 (4)
5 (9)
12 (23)
32 (60)
53
New Jersey
28 (32)
5 (6)
4 (5)
11 (13)
38 (44)
86
New York Cityd
10 (21)
2 (4)
7 (15)
7 (15)
22 (45)
48
New York Statee
21 (64)
0
0
2 (6)
10 (30)
33
Oregon
8 (30)
0
2 (7)
2 (7)
15 (56)
27
Washington
25 (48)
3 (6)
0
7 (13)
17 (33)
52
West Virginia
1 (14)
0
0
3 (43)
3 (43)
7
Total 209 (30) 26 (4) 61 (9) 106 (15) 295 (42) 697

aNARMS, National Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring System.
bSan Francisco and Alameda Counties.
cLos Angeles County.
dFive counties of New York City (Bronx, Kings, New York, Queens, Richmond).
eExcluding New York City.

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1Presented in part at the International Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases, July 2000, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

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