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Table 9 FoodNet–Percent Change and 95% CI in Incidence of Laboratory-Confirmed Salmonella Infections 2011

Percent change (and 95% confidence interval) in incidence of laboratory-confirmed Salmonella infections with the top 10 Salmonella serotypes 2011* compared with average annual incidence for 1996–1998 and for 2006–2008, by serotype, Foodborne Diseases Active Surveillance Network (FoodNet), United States
Salmonella serotype Serotype Rank in 2011 1996–1998 comparison period
2006–2008 comparison period
% change (95% CI) % change (95% CI)
Enteritidis 1 57%↑ (30%↑ - 91%↑) 22%↑ (6%↑ - 42%↑)
Typhimurium 2 55%↓ (49%↓ - 61%↓) 14%↓ (5%↓ - 23%↓)
Newport 3 95%↑ (49%↑ - 155%↑) 33%↑ (9%↑ - 62%↑)
Javiana 4 NA§ 97%↑ (58%↑ - 147%)↑
I 4,[5],12:i:- 5 NA 12%↓ (35%↓ - 18%↑)
Muenchen 6 59%↑ (9%↑ - 130%↑) 0% (24%↓ - 32%↑)
Heidelberg 7 47%↓ (30%↓ - 60%↓) 28%↓ (8%↓ - 43%↓)
Montevideo 8 34%↓ (6%↓ - 53%↓) 35%↓ (13%↓ - 51%↓)
Infantis 9 46%↑ (2%↑ - 110%↑) 37%↑) (2%↑ - 84%↑
I 13,23:b:- 10 NA NA

*Data are preliminary
Percent change reported as increase (↑) or as decrease (↓)
§Change over time not evaluated

 
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