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In 2010, the European surveillance network for travel-associated Legionnaires' disease (ELDSNet, previously EWGLINET) received reports of 864 cases of travel-associated Legionnaires' disease, of whom 24 were reported to have had a fatal outcome. As in previous years, a very low proportion of...

Author(s)
Jong, B. de; Hallström, L. P.; Robesyn, E.; Ursut, D.; Zucs, P.
Publisher
European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, Stockholm, Sweden
Citation
Eurosurveillance, 2013, 18, 23, pp 20498
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This surveillance report presents the overall and travel-associated Legionnaires' disease in Europe in 2010. Data show that a total of 6296 cases were notified by EU Member States, Iceland and Norway, yielding an overall notification number of 12.4 per million inhabitants. France, Italy and Spain...

Author(s)
Beauté, J.; Jong, B. de; Amato-Gauci, A. J.; Coulombier, D.; Hallström, L. P.; Robesyn, E.; Takkinen, J.; Ursut, D.; Zucs, P.
Publisher
European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, Stockholm, Sweden
Citation
Legionnaires' disease in Europe 2010, 2012, pp iv + 29 pp.
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Travel associated Legionnaires' disease represents a significant cause of travel associated respiratory tract infections and impacts disproportionately on otherwise healthy individuals as a consequence of their travel abroad or within their own country. Because of the propensity of these bacteria...

Author(s)
Guyard, C.; Low, D. E.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Travel Medicine and Infectious Disease, 2011, 9, 4, pp 176-186
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Background: In the last years, international traffic volume has significantly increased, raising the risk for acquisition of infectious diseases. Among travel-associated infections, increased incidence of legionellosis has been reported among travellers. Aim of our study was: to describe the...

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Azara, A.; Piana, A.; Sotgiu, G.; Dettori, M.; Deriu, M. G.; Masia, M. D.; Are, B. M.; Muresu, E.
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
BMC Public Health, 2006, 6, 100, pp (18 April 2006)
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Citation
CDR Weekly, 1998, 8, 27, pp 273

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