Early findings in outbreak of haemolytic uraemic syndrome among young children caused by shiga toxin-producing escherichia coli, Romania, January to February 2016
Peron, E.J., Zaharia, A., Zota, L.C., Severi, E., Mårdh, O., Usein, C., Bălgrădean, M., Espinosa, L., Jansa, J., Scavia, G., Rafila, A., Serban, A., Pistol, A.
Food-borne Campylobacter bacteria
The European Parliament Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety held a meeting with the European Commission, ECDC and EFSA on the risks posed by food-borne Campylobacter bacteria and the possible control options.
Multinational outbreak of Salmonella Enteritidis infection during an international youth ice hockey competition in Riga, Latvia, Preliminary report, March and April 2015
Pesola, A.K., Pärn, T., Huusko, S., Perevoščikovs, J., Ollgren, J., Salmenlinna, S., Lienemann, T., Gossner, C., Danielsson, N., Rimhanen-Finne, R.
Epidemiological update: increase in reporting of human cases of A(H5N1) influenza, Egypt, 9 April 2015
Epidemiological update: increase in reporting of human cases of A(H5N1) influenza, Egypt
Investigation of travel-related cases in a multinational outbreak: example of the Shiga-toxin producing E. coli outbreak in Germany, May–June 2011
Devaux, I., Varela-Santos, C., Payne-Hallström, L., Takkinen, J., Bogaardt, C., Coulombier, D.
Multidisciplinary investigation of a multicountry outbreak of salmonella stanley infections associated with Turkey meat in the European Union, August 2011 to January 2013
Kinross, P., van Alphen, L., Martinez, Urtaza, J., Struelens, M., Takkinen, J., Coulombier, D., Mäkelä, P., Bertr, S., Mattheus, W., Schmid, D., Kanitz, E., Rücker, V., Krisztalovics, K., Pászti, J., Szögyényi, Z., Lancz, Z., Rabsch, W., Pfefferkorn, B., Hiller, P., Mooijman, K., Gossner, C.
Epidemiological update A(H7N9) influenza, 6 February 2014
In March 2013, Chinese authorities announced the identification of a novel reassortant A(H7N9) influenza virus in patients in eastern China. Since then, human cases have continued to be reported, and as of 7 February 2014 (Figure 1), there have been 308 laboratory-confirmed cases: Zhejiang (122), Guangdong (54), Shanghai (42), Jiangsu (36), Fujian (19), Hunan (7), Jiangxi (5), Henan (4), Anhui (4) ,Beijing (3), Shandong (2), Hebei (1), Guangxi (2), Guizhou (1), Hong Kong (4) and Taiwan (2). In addition, the virus has been detected in one asymptomatic case in Beijing.