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Multistate analysis of prospective Legionnaires’ disease cluster detection using SaTScan, 2011–2015

. Alden, Richard N. Danila, Mary-Margaret A. Fill, Paul Gacek, Alison Muse, Erin Parker, Tasha Poissant, Patricia A. Ryan, Chad Smelser, Melissa Formal analysis: Chris Edens, Nisha B. Alden, Richard N ... . Danila, Mary-Margaret A. Fill, Paul Gacek, Alison Muse, Erin Parker, Tasha Poissant, Patricia A. Ryan, Chad Smelser, Melissa Investigation: Chris Edens, Nisha B. Alden, Richard N. Danila, Mary-Margaret A

Two Concurrent Enteric Disease Outbreaks Among Men Who Have Sex With Men, Minneapolis–St Paul Area

the Infectious Diseases Society of America. All rights reserved. For Permissions , please 1 Richard N. Danila , Dana L. Eikmeier, Trisha J. Robinson, Allison La Pointe, and Aaron S. DeVries Infectious

Infectious Disease Epidemiology: Theory and Practice: Edited by Kenrad E. Nelson, Carolyn Masters Williams, and Neil M. H. Graham Gaithersburg, MD: Aspen Publishers, 2000. 748 pp., illustrated. $83.00 (cloth)

0 Richard N. Danila Acute Disease Epidemiology Section, Minnesota Department of Health , Minneapolis Jacob Fleischmann Veterans Affairs Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System, Los Angeles Edited by

Epidemiologic Investigation of Immune-Mediated Polyradiculoneuropathy among Abattoir Workers Exposed to Porcine Brain

Background In October 2007, a cluster of patients experiencing a novel polyradiculoneuropathy was identified at a pork abattoir (Plant A). Patients worked in the primary carcass processing area (warm room); the majority processed severed heads (head-table). An investigation was initiated to determine risk factors for illness. Methods and Results Symptoms of the reported patients...

An Outbreak of Pontiac Fever with Respiratory Distress among Workers Performing High-Pressure Cleaning at a Sugar-Beet Processing Plant

BackgroundIn August 2000, the Minnesota Department of Health was notified of and investigated an outbreak of febrile respiratory illness among workers at a sugar-beet processing plant MethodsA case was defined as fever and respiratory symptoms occurring in a worker at the sugar-beet plant on or after 31 July 2000. Case patients were interviewed, medical and work records were...

Epidemiology and Clonality of Community-Acquired Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus in Minnesota, 1996–1998

Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) has emerged among patients in the general population who do not have established risk factors for MRSA. Records from 10 Minnesota health facilities were reviewed to identify cases of MRSA infection that occurred during 1996–1998 and to identify which cases were community acquired. Susceptibility testing and pulsed-field gel...