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The socio-economic impact of human Salmonella enteritidis infection.

International journal of food microbiology. 
21
(1-2): 
117-129; 
1994. 
(English). 
[Record Source: PubMed]
Recent government and public concern about the recorded increase in human salmonellosis in the UK and abroad has stimulated investigations of both the causes and consequences of these infections. This paper discusses the framework for economic analysis of food-borne disease and problems associated with the estimation of costs. A brief review of the literature in this area is given and the results of a national study of the costs of human salmonellosis in England and Wales are presented and used to estimate the likely costs of S. enteritidis infection.
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Record TypeJournal Article
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ISSN0168-1605