She had no apparent immunodeficiency, a well-documented risk factor for invasive Salmonella Dublin infection.
Enhanced awareness is warranted for Salmonella Dublin, especially in the elderly bearing prostheses.
A) Tree constructed after mapping the sequences of the isolates to reference genomes of Salmonella Dublin strains CT_020221853 and 3246 (GenBank accession nos.
([double dagger]) Median ages: Salmonella Dublin, 69.7 y (range <1-99); other Salmonella, 29.5 y (range <1-103); p<0.01.
We used FoodNet data to compare demographics, clinical outcomes, and travel history among patients infected with Salmonella Dublin and those infected with other Salmonella serotypes.
We used PulseNet data to identify common nonhuman sources of Salmonella Dublin isolates.
We included NARMS data to compare antimicrobial resistance profiles (resistance to clinically important agents and the number of resistant classes) of Salmonella Dublin isolates from humans with those from other Salmonella serotypes.
During 1968-2013, states reported 3,903 cases of Salmonella Dublin infections to LEDS.
Demographics differed markedly among those infected with Salmonella Dublin and those with other Salmonella.
Salmonella Dublin was more commonly isolated from blood (61%) than were other Salmonella (5%) (p<0.0l) (Table 1).
The proportion of Salmonella Dublin isolates from blood remained relatively constant during 1996-2004 (60%) and 2005-2013 (61%) (Figure 3).
According to the PulseNet database, 478 Salmonella Dublin isolates were obtained from food during 1999-2013.