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Bacteriological study of the prevalence of healthy carriers of Salmonella in butcher shop employees in the city of Kenitra and in kitchen employees in hospitals in Rabat



Bacteriological study of the prevalence of healthy carriers of Salmonella in butcher shop employees in the city of Kenitra and in kitchen employees in hospitals in Rabat



Medecine et Maladies Infectieuses 31(7/8): 508-510



The carriage of Salmonella by healthy subjects employed in butcher shops and an abattoir in Kenitra, Morocco, during May-December 1996 (group 1) and subjects employed in kitchens at 3 hospitals in Rabat, Morocco, during January-September 1997 (group 2), was investigated by stool culture. 100 samples were obtained from subjects in group 1 (80 from butcher shop employees and 20 from abattoir workers) and 162 were obtained from group 2 subjects.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0399-077x(01)00255-4


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