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Volume 25, Number 2—February 2019

Human Pasteurellosis Health Risk for Elderly Persons Living with Companion Animals

Sándor Körmöndi, Gabriella TerhesComments to Author , Zoltán Pál, Endre Varga, Mária Harmati, Kriszina Buzás, and Edit Urbán
Author affiliations: University of Szeged, Szeged, Hungary (S. Körmöndi, G. Terhes, Z. Pál, E. Varga, K. Buzás, E. Urbán); Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Szeged (M. Harmati, K. Buzás)

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Table 1

Distribution of Pasteurella spp. in clinical specimens from patients in Szeged, Hungary, 2002–2015

Species No. (%) isolated strains
P. multocida 160 (75.8)
P. canis 36 (17.1)
P. pneumotropica 11 (5.2)
P. dagmatis 2 (0.9)
P. stomatis 1 (0.5)
P. aerogenes
1 (0.5)
Total 211 (100)

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