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Volume 18, Number 7—July 2012

Potential International Spread of Multidrug-Resistant Invasive Salmonella enterica Serovar Enteritidis

Irene RodríguezComments to Author , M. Rosario Rodicio, Beatriz Guerra, and Katie L. Hopkins
Author affiliations: Federal Institute for Risk Assessment, Berlin, Germany (I. Rodríguez, B. Guerra); Universidad de Oviedo, Oviedo, Spain (M.R. Rodicio); and Health Protection Agency, London, UK (K.L. Hopkins)

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Table 1

Epidemiologic information for multidrug-resistant Salmonella enterica serovar Enteritidis isolates, 2005–2010, UK*

Isolate no. Date of isolation Source Recent travel history African patient name Patient age, y
CNM4839/03† 2003 Feces Unknown No 3
H051860415 2005 Apr 19 Blood Nigeria No 38
H070360201‡ 2007 Jan 14 Blood Unknown Yes 35
H070420137‡ 2007 Jan 15 Feces Unknown Yes 35
H073180204 2007 Jul 31 Blood Unknown Yes 34
H091340084 2009 Mar 15 Feces Uganda No 59
H091800482 2009 Apr 17 Blood Unknown Yes 30
H095100307§ 2009 Dec 7 Blood Unknown Yes 68
H100240198§ 2010 Jan 9 Blood Unknown Yes 68
H101700366§ 2010 Apr 22 Blood Unknown Yes 68

*All isolates contained a virulence-resistance hybrid plasmid similar to pUO-SeVR1.
†Control isolate from Spain.
‡Recovered from the same patient.
§Recovered from the same patient.

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