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Table 2 Non-typhoidal Salmonella enterica serovars associated with invasive disease, 2000 to 2018, India

From: A nineteen-year report of serotype and antimicrobial susceptibility of enteric non-typhoidal Salmonella from humans in Southern India: changing facades of taxonomy and resistance trend

Salmonella serovar iNTS
n (%)
NTS
n (%)
Total (N) Relative risk of invasiveness compared to S. Typhimurium (95% CI) p value
S. Typhimurium 140 (26.27) 393 (73.73) 533 NA  
S. Enteritidis 84 (71.19) 34 (28.81) 118 2.22 (1.80,2.73) < 0.001
S. Bareilly 17 (9.9) 155 (90.1) 172 0.16 (0.08,0.32) < 0.001
S. Weltevreden 9 (5.26) 182 (94.74) 191 0.16 (0.08,0.32) < 0.001
S. Cholerasius 5 (7.94) 58 (92.06) 63 0.36 (0.15,0.83) 0.017
S. Dublin 4 (40) 6 (60) 10 1.27 (0.58,2.75) 0.55
S. Cerro 5 (33.33) 10 (66.67) 15 0.84 (0.36,1.98) 0.698
S. Infantis 4 (7.4) 50 (92.6) 54 0.221 (0.07,0.67) 0.007
S. Newport 2 (3.17) 61 (96.83) 63 0.10 (0.03,0.41) 0.001
S. Kentucky 11 (26.83) 30 (73.17) 41 3.17 (2.70,3.72) < 0.001
S. Gallinarium 2 (100) 0 2 3.17 (2.70,3.72) < 0.001
S. Hadar 1 (100) 0 1 3.17 (2.70,3.72) < 0.001
S. Derby 1 (10) 9 (90) 10 0.24 (0.04,1.61) 0.143
S. Lindenberg 2 (6.45) 29 (93.54) 31 1.06 (0.34,3.31) 0.926