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a large nontypical outbreak of norwalk virus. gastroenteritis associated with exposing celery to nonpotable water and with citrobacter freundii.the us air force academy experienced a point-source outbreak of gastroenteritis originally believed to be caused by salmonella. the overall attack rate was 48% among approximately 3000 cadets and staff. food-specific attack rates implicated chicken salad. the odds ratio for chicken salad consumption in ill cadets was 10.7 (95% confidence interval: 8.2; 13.8). the celery component had been exposed to nonpotable water. citrobacter freundii were statistically associated with consumption of the susp ...19911660704
emergence of domestically acquired ceftriaxone-resistant salmonella infections associated with ampc beta-lactamase.ceftriaxone, an expanded-spectrum cephalosporin, is an antimicrobial agent commonly used to treat severe salmonella infections, especially in children. ceftriaxone-resistant salmonella infections have recently been reported in the united states, but the extent of the problem is unknown.200011135779
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