Volume 20, Number 7—July 2014
Salmonella enterica Serovar Enteritidis, England and Wales, 1945–2011
|Stage||No. laboratory-confirmed cases||No. community cases (95% CI)||No. days of illness||No. hospital admissions||No. hospital bed-days||No. deaths|
|Emergence, 1982–1987||7,481||16,458 (8,379–71,817)||270,000||1,000||6,000||90|
|Epidemic, 1988–1998*||143,767||374,516 (161,019–1,380,163)||5,000,000||21,000||122,000||1,630|
|Decline, 1999–2011†||29,522||135,801 (41,331–661,292)||1,300,000||5,000||30,000||410|
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