Geographic variations and temporal trends of Salmonella -associated hospitalization in the U.S. elderly, 1991-2004: A time series analysis of the impact of HACCP regulation.

Chui, Kenneth KH.
Webb, Patrick.
Russell, Robert M.
Naumova, Elena N.
2009

Background: About 1.4 million Salmonella infections, a common food-borne illness, occur in the U.S. annually; the elderly (aged 65 or above) are most susceptible. In 1997, the USDA introduced the Pathogen Reduction and Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points Systems (PR/HACCP) which demands regular Salmonella testing in various establ... read more

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Chui, Kenneth, Patrick Webb, Robert M. Russell, and Elena N. Naumova. "Geographic variations and temporal trends of Salmonella -associated hospitalization in the U.S. elderly, 1991-2004: A time series analysis of the impact of HACCP regulation." BMC Public Health 9, no. 1 (12, 2009): 1-10.
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