Volume 18, Number 3—March 2012
Foodborne and Waterborne Infections in Elderly Community and Long-Term Care Facility Residents, Victoria, Australia
|Pathogen||Persons <65 y
||Persons >65 y
|No. cases||Rate||LTCF residents
||Missing address/ excluded facility||No. cases||Rate|
|No. cases||Rate||No. cases||Rate|
|Legionella pneumophila/ other||457||1.0||8||2.3||293||4.6||4||762||1.5|
|Salmonella enterica serotype Typhimurium||7,204||16.5||87||25.0||585||9.2||19||7,895||15.7|
|S. enterica, other serotypes||5,003||11.4||44||12.6||552||8.7||20||5,619||11.1|
|Shiga toxin–producing Escherichia coli||56||0.1||0||0.0||12||0.2||1||69||0.1|
*Annual rate of reported infections per 100,000 persons. LTCF, long-term care facility.
†Total listeriosis reports exclude 16 pregnancy-associated infections.
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