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Cas publiés de salmonelloses chez les jeunes enfants secondaires à une exposition aux reptiles : revue bibliographique 1993-2013

Abstract : Contact with animals including reptiles is a known source for Salmonella transmission. Cases of Salmonella infections transmitted by domestic reptiles have been described in the literature since the 1960s. A review of published cases of salmonellosis in young children secondary to reptiles’ exposure since 1993 was carried out in January 2013 in order to identify the most frequent clinical forms, the Salmonella serotypes involved, and the transmission of Salmonella. The 66 selected articles were 43 case-reports, 14 outbreak investigations, 5 case-control studies and 4 retrospective studies. Isolated cases reported were mostly cases of gastroenteritis (69%), and 31% were infections other than digestive. Serotypes of Salmonella strains were mostly enterica subspecies (I). Turtles were the reptiles the most frequently involved.
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Mélanie Colomb-Cotinat, Simon Le Hello, Xavier Rosières, Renaud Lailler, François-Xavier Weill, et al.. Cas publiés de salmonelloses chez les jeunes enfants secondaires à une exposition aux reptiles : revue bibliographique 1993-2013. Bulletin Epidémiologique Hebdomadaire - BEH, Saint-Maurice (Val de Marne) : Institut de veille sanitaire, 2014, 1-2, pp.8-16. ⟨pasteur-02048185⟩

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