J. HAL DORAN, M.D.
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Salmonella infections in the United States today still present major problems to the medical profession. The variety of species and the protean nature of the organisms are prime factors in the problem, over 150 different organisms having been described to date. All of these are pathogenic for both men and animals, and can be transmitted from man to man by direct contact, by food contaminated by handlers, improper cooking of infected meat and fowl, foods such as creamy pastries, pies, ice-cream, mayonnaise, eggs (fresh, powdered and frozen), and by mechanical vectors such as fleas and other insects, by contaminated water
DORAN JH. SALMONELLOSIS: NINE CASES SUCCESSFULLY TREATED WITH CHLOROMYCETIN1. Ann Intern Med. 1952;37:714–722. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-37-4-714
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1952;37(4):714-722.
Emergency Medicine, Infectious Disease.
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