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Volume 25, Number 3—March 2019

Multicenter Study of Cronobacter sakazakii Infections in Humans, Europe, 2017

Sarah LepuschitzComments to Author , Werner Ruppitsch, Shiva Pekard-Amenitsch, Stephen J. Forsythe, Martin Cormican, Robert L. Mach, Denis Piérard, Franz Allerberger, and the EUCRONI Study Group
Author affiliations: Austrian Agency for Health and Food Safety, Vienna, Austria (S. Lepuschitz, W. Ruppitsch, S. Pekard-Amenitsch, F. Allerberger); Vienna University of Technology, Vienna (S. Lepuschitz, R.L. Mach);, Keyworth, United Kingdom (S.J. Forsythe); National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland (M. Cormican); Universitair Ziekenhuis Brussel, Brussels, Belgium (D. Piérard)

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Table 2

Characteristics of patients enrolled and Cronobacter sakazakii isolates collected in a multicenter study of C. sakazakii infections in humans, Europe, 2017*

Sample ID Country of origin Patient age, y/sex Specimen source Death within 30 d MLST
802520 Austria 73/F Stool No 630
7750-17 Austria <1/M Blood Yes 4
16862-17 Austria 77/F Blood No 37
808921 Austria 69/F Stool No 21
56487-17 Austria 78/M Urine No 17
101807-17 Austria 77/M Blood No 1
9929-17 Austria 5/M Stool No 17
EUCRONI016 Belgium 61/M Urine No 13
EUCRONI012 Belgium 78/M Wound No 31
1481-17 Czech Republic 80/F Rectal swab No 8
436-17 Czech Republic 31/M Rectal swab No 4
10965-17 Czech Republic 74/M Rectal swab No 4
D97986 Denmark 85/F Sputum No 1
17007483 Denmark 69/M Urine No 58
423410 Ireland 65/M Blood No 12
170215-0130 Norway 87/M Blood Yes 17
M732000 Portugal 60/M Urine No 40
80357408-17 Scotland 73/F Stool No 33
80363028-17 Scotland 71/M Urine No 4
07_2005 Slovenia 54/M Tracheal aspirate No 184
2017C1 Switzerland 55/F Cervix uteri No 40

*MLST, multilocus sequence type.

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1Members of the EUCRONI study group are listed at the end of this article.

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