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Volume 12, Number 8—August 2006

Synopsis

Invasive Enterobacter sakazakii Disease in Infants

Anna B. Bowen*Comments to Author  and Christopher R. Braden*
Author affiliations: *Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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Table 1

Cases of invasive Enterobacter sakazakii disease among infants

Year of report Location No. cases Reference
1961 England 2 (15)
1965 Denmark 1 (5)
1979 Georgia, USA 1 (7)
1981 Indiana, USA 1 (16)
Oklahoma, USA 1
1983 Netherlands 8 (8)
1985 Missouri, USA 1 (17)
1988 USA 2
1989 Portugal 1 (18)
Iceland 3 (3)
Tennessee, USA 3 (10)
1990 Maryland, USA 1 (19)
1991 Ohio, USA 1 (20)
2000 North Carolina, USA 1
2001 Israel 2 (2,4)
Belgium 1 (9)
2002 Israel 2 (4)
Tennessee, USA 1 (1)
Wisconsin, USA 1 CDC, unpub. data
2003 USA 6 CDC, unpub. data
2004 France 2 (14)
USA 2 CDC, unpub. data
2005 USA 2 CDC, unpub. data

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