Below are select communication materials that support general prevention efforts aimed at reducing Salmonella infections.
Salmonella and Food Safety
- Vital Signs for Food Safety:
- A Vital Signs report focuses on foodborne illness, and Salmonella. Each year, 1 in 6 people in the US gets sick from eating contaminated food. The 1,000 or more reported outbreaks that happen each year reveal familiar culprits—Salmonella and other common germs. Learn what government, the food industry, health care providers and individuals can do to reduce contamination from the farm to the table.
- Salmonella and Food
- Salmonella and Eggs
- Food Safety and Raw Milk
- Medscape commentaries that support clinicians and reference Salmonella infections in people:
Salmonella and Enteric Zoonoses
- Zoonotic diseases can cause many different illnesses in people, including Salmonella. This website is an excellent resource for Education materials and other information about Outbreaks , Animals , and Places where Salmonella infections can spread from animals to people.
- Digital Press Kits:
- Medscape commentaries that support clinicians and reference Salmonella infections spread from animals to people :
Salmonella and Antibiotic Resistance
- Antibiotic Resistance Threats Report and Foodborne Germs
- Salmonella interactive graphs from CDC’s National Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring System (NARMS)
- This page includes interactive graphs that allow users to visualize the percentage of NARMS human isolates resistant to various antimicrobial agents, by year. Graphs are presented for non-typhoidal Salmonella (all and select serotypes) and other select pathogens.
- Medscape Commentary: Clinical Impact of Antibiotic-Resistant Salmonella
- Page last reviewed: January 5, 2017
- Page last updated: January 5, 2017
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