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[infectious diseases in poland in 2002].new regulations concerning infectious diseases effective in poland since 2002 did not changed surveillance of infectious diseases. the most frequent infectious disease as in the previous years was influenza. 228.055 cases were reported (596.5/100,000). number of foodborne infections and intoxications remains high--26.734 cases (69.0/100,000). 77% of them were caused by salmonella. in this high number of foodborne infections in 4,492 (16.8%) etiologic factor was not found. in this number campylob ...200415218637
[epidemiological analysis of campylobacteriosis reported by sanitary epidemiological station in bielsko-biala, silesia, in poland].the results of the epidemiological analysis of campylobacteriosis reported by regional laboratory of sanitary epidemiological station in bielsko-biala (psse bielsko-biala), silesia voivodeship in poland are presented. from august 2005 to july 2006, stool samples from 723 diarrhea cases were examined for the presence of campylobacter as well as salmonella, shigella, yersinia, enteropathogenic (epec) and enterohaemorrhagic (ehec) e. coli. from stool samples of 163 patients 170 bacterial etiologica ...200717956062
[campylobacter spp. as a leading cause of human bacterial gastroenteritis in selected region of poland].the results of the epidemiological analysis of campylobacteriosis reported by regional laboratory of sanitary epidemiological station in bielsko-biala (psse bielsko-biala), silesia voivodeship in poland are presented. from august 2006 to july 2009, stool samples from diarrhea cases were examined for the presence of campylobacter spp. as well as salmonella, shigella, yersinia, enteropathogenic (epec) and verotoxigenic (vtec) e. coli. the most frequently isolated species of campylobacter spp. was ...200920120952
[infectious diseases in poland in 2006].over last decade problem of infectious diseases in poland remains stable with trends of decreasing incidence of most reported infectious diseases. in particular there was observed decrease in incidence of tuberculosis and foodborne infections causes by salmonella sp. on the other hand it was observed increase of reported foodborne infections caused by campylobacter and yersinia as well and viral ones caused by noroviruses and rotaviruses. despite marked increase of diagnosed and reported cases s ...200818807459
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