Bug Bytes, 2008

December 12, 2008
Vol. 9: No.8

Topics in this Issue:
1. Influenza in the News
2. Haemophilus influenzae type b Concern
3. Pot Pie Outbreak Revealed
4. Risk Factors for Salmonellosis and Campylobacteriosis in Infants

October 7, 2008
Vol. 9: No. 7

Topics in this Issue:
1. Salmonellosis, Frozen Chicken Entrees, and Microwave Ovens, Again
2. Transfusion-Associated Babesiosis, Again
3. Cryptosporidiosis Outbreak, Again
4. Lyme Disease Breaks Record, Again
5. Uncalled For Post-Game Festivities
6. Register Now for Emerging Infections Conference

September 3, 2008
Vol. 9: No. 6

Topics in this Issue:
1. Epidemic Keratoconjunctivitis
2. A Difficult Tuberculosis Outbreak
3. Pasteurella multocida
4. Frozen Rodents: Another Risky Food
5. Save the Date

August 22, 2008
Vol. 9: No. 5

Topics in this Issue:
1. First Case of Powassan Encephalitis Ever in Minnesota
2. Encephalitis Guidelines
3. Salmonella Hadar and Turkeys
4. New Penicillin Susceptibility Breakpoints for Streptococcus pneumoniae
5. The Return of Measles

August 5 , 2008
Vol. 9: No.4

Topics in this Issue:
1. We Take VISA (Reports)
2. Salmonella Serotype Analysis
3. Salmonellosis, Frozen Chicken Entrees, and Microwave Ovens
4. GBS Disease in the Elderly
5. Risk Factors for Meningococcal Disease in High School Students

July 29, 2008
Vol. 9: No.3

Topics in this Issue:
1. It’s Back – West Nile Virus
2. Transfusion-associated Anaplasmosis
3. Rabies in Animals
4. Salmonella Saintpaul Update: Jalapenos
5. MDH, EIP, ABCs, and GBS

July 3, 2008
Vol. 9: No.2

Topics in this Issue:
1. Human Anaplasmosis: Minnesota’s Other Major Tick-borne Disease
2. Salmonella Montevideo and “Hot Chicks”
3. Meningococcal Disease Cluster
4. Gonorrhea Treatment Update
5. It’s Just a Name – Don’t Blame Us
6. Save the Date

Jan. 24, 2008
Vol. 9: No.1

Topics in this Issue:
1. Parrot Fever
2. Lab-acquired Brucellosis
3. What's Going on with Meningococcal Disease?
4. "Chronic Lyme Disease"
5. Outbreak of Chronic Inflammatory Neuropathy


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