Identifying Risk Factors for Shiga Toxin–producing Escherichia coli by Payment Information
Hendrik Wilking , Udo Götsch, Helma Meier, Detlef Thiele, Mona Askar, Manuel Dehnert, Christina Frank, Angelika Fruth, Gérard Krause, Rita Prager, Klaus Stark, Boris Böddinghaus, Oswald Bellinger, and René Gottschalk
Author affiliations: Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany (H. Wilking, M. Askar, M. Dehnert, C. Frank, G. Krause, K. Stark); Health Protection Authority, Frankfurt am Main, Germany (U. Götsch, B. Böddinghaus, O. Bellinger, R. Gottschalk); Veterinary Service, Frankfurt am Main (H. Meier, D. Thiele); Robert Koch Institute, Wernigerode, Germany (A. Fruth, R. Prager)
Figure A1. Patients with Shiga toxin–producing Escherichia coli/hemolytic uremic syndrome (STEC/HUS) by onset of diarrhea and cafeteria visit (location A or B) during STEC/HUS outbreak at a company in Frankfurt, Germany, 2011 (N = 51). NA, visited both cafeterias or specification was missing.
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