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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Salmonella-2004 Report
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NARMS-EB 2004

Salmonella

 

Tables

Table 1.  Antimicrobials - Salmonella

Table 2.  Distribution of Salmonella Isolates by Species and Clinical Status

Table 3.  Total Percent Veterinary Salmonella Isolates Sensitive, Intermediate, or Resistant

Table 4.  Percent Total Resistance by Species/Sources (Includes Both Diagnostic and Non-Diagnostic Salmonella Isolates)

Table 5.  Percent Resistance for Non-Diagnostic Salmonella Isolates (Excluding Slaughter Samples)

Table 6.  Percent Resistance for Salmonella Isolated from Slaughter Samples

Table 7.  Percent Resistance for Diagnostic Salmonella Isolates

Table 8.  Percent Resistance for All Sentinel Site Salmonella Isolates

Table 9.  Top 15 Salmonella Serotypes Tested for 2004 (n=4873 Total isolates) for All Animal Species and Status

Table 9 (a).  Top 15 Salmonella Serotypes Tested for 2004 isolates from Slaughter samples (n=2442)

Table 9 (b).  Top 15 Salmonella Serotypes Tested for 2004 isolates from Diagnostic samples (n=2431)

Table 10.  Percent Total Resistance for the Top 15 Salmonella Serotypes Tested from All Animal Species/Sources

Table 10 (a).  Percent Total Resistance for the Top 15 Salmonella Serotypes Tested from Slaughter isolates

Table 10 (b).  Percent Total Resistance for the Top 15 Salmonella Serotypes Tested from Diagnostic isolates

Table 11.  Multiple Antimicrobial Resistance for all Salmonella Isolates Regardless of Species or Status

Table 11 (a).  Multiple Antimicrobial Resistance for Salmonella Isolates from Slaughter samples

Table 11 (b).  Multiple Antimicrobial Resistance for Salmonella Isolates from Diagnostic samples

Table 12.  Most Frequent Resistance Patterns for all Tested Salmonella Isolates Regardless of Species or Status

Table 12 (a).  Most Frequent Resistance Patterns for Tested Salmonella Isolates from Slaughter Samples

Table 12 (b).  Most Frequent Resistance Patterns for Tested Salmonella Isolates from Diagnostic Samples

Table 13.  Most Frequent Resistance Patterns with 5 or more Antimicrobics for all Tested Salmonella Isolates Regardless of Species or Status

Table 13 (a).  Most Frequent Resistance Patterns with 5 or more Antimicrobics for all Tested Salmonella Isolates from Slaughter Samples

Table 13 (b).  Most Frequent Resistance Patterns with 5 or more Antimicrobics for all Tested Salmonella Isolates from Diagnostic Samples

Table 14.  Total S. typhimurium percent resistance with ACSSuT or ACSuT pattern for all Isolates

Table 14 (a).  Total S. typhimurium percent resistance with ACSSuT or ACSuT pattern for Isolates from Slaughter Samples

Table 14 (b).  Total S. typhimurium percent resistance with ACSSuT or ACSuT pattern for Isolates from Diagnostic Samples

Table 15.  Number of DT104 and DT104 cohttp://sp.arsnet.usda.gov/sp2/de/class.devedit.cfm?ToDo=InsertLinkmplex isolates with ACSSuT and ACSuT for all Isolates Regardless of Species or Status

Table 15 (a).  Number of DT104 and DT104 complex isolates with ACSSuT and ACSuT for Isolates from Slaughter Samples

Table 15 (b).  Number of DT104 and DT104 complex isolates with ACSSuT and ACSuT for Isolates from Diagnostic Samples

Table 16.  Phage types other than DT104 within ACSSuT and ACSuT resistance patterns for all Isolates Regardless of Species or Status

Table 16 (a).  Phage types other than DT104 within ACSSuT and ACSuT resistance patterns for Isolates from Slaughter Samples

Table 16 (b).  Phage types other than DT104 within ACSSuT and ACSuT resistance patterns for Isolates from Slaughter Samples

   

Figures

Figure 1. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent for All Salmonella Isolates

Figure 2. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent for Salmonella Isolates from Slaughter by Species

Figure 3. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent for All Salmonella Isolates from Cattle

Figure 3a. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent for All Salmonella Isolates from Cattle (On Farm)

Figure 4. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent for Salmonella Isolates from Chicken

Figure 4a. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent for Salmonella Isolates from Chicken (On Farm)

Figure 5. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent for Salmonella Isolates from Swine

Figure 5a. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent for Salmonella Isolates from Swine (On Farm)

Figure 6. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent for Salmonella Isolates from Turkey

Figure 7. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent for Salmonella Isolates from Cats

Figure 8. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent for Salmonella Isolates from Dogs

Figure 9. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent for Salmonella Isolates from Exotic Sources

Figure 10. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent for Salmonella Isolates from Horse (Diagnostic)

Figure 10a. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent for Salmonella Isolates from Horse (On Farm)

Figure 11. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent for Salmonella Isolates from Dairy Cattle (Diagnostic)

Figure 11a. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent for Salmonella Isolates from Dairy Cattle (On-Farm)

Figure 12. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent for S. Typhimurium (including var copenhagen n=828) from All Species

Figure 13. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent for S. Kentucky (n=635) from All Species

Figure 14. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent for S. Heidelberg (n=306) from All Species

Figure 15. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent for S. Newport (n=305) from All Species

Figure 16. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent for S. Derby (n=229) from All Species

Figure 17. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent for S. Montevideo (n=161) from All Species

Figure 18. Resistance Among Salmonella Serotypes for Isolates from Cattle

Figure 19. Resistance Among Salmonella Serotypes for Isolates from Chicken

Figure 20. Resistance Among Salmonella Serotypes for Isolates from Swine

Figure 21. Resistance Among Salmonella Serotypes for Isolates from Turkey

Figure 22. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent Major Serotypes from Cattle (Diagnostic)

Figure 23. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent Major Serotypes from Cattle (Slaughter)

Figure 24. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent Major Serotypes from Cattle (On Farm)

Figure 25. Minimum Inhibitory Concentration by Antimicrobial Agent Major Serotypes from Chicken (Diagnostic)

Figure 26. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent Major Serotypes from Chicken (Slaughter)

Figure 27. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent Major Serotypes from Chicken (On Farm)

Figure 28. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent Major Serotypes from Swine (Diagnostic)

Figure 29. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent Major Serotypes from Swine (Slaughter)

Figure 30. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent Major Serotypes from Swine (On Farm)

Figure 31. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent Major Serotypes from Turkey (Diagnostic)

Figure 32. Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations by Antimicrobial Agent Major Serotypes from Turkey (Slaughter)
 

 


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