TABLE 2

Nontyphoidal Salmonella enterica serovars associated with invasive disease, 1979 to 2015, Australia

Salmonella serovaraTotal no.No. (%) of isolates associated with invasive diseaseRelative risk of invasiveness compared to S. Typhimurium (95%CI)P value
Dublin10137 (36.3)18.8 (14.4–24.6)<0.001
Panama14840 (26.8)13.9 (10.6–18.3)<0.001
Virchow1,740166 (9.5)4.9 (4.2–5.8)<0.001
Schwarzengrund14612 (8.2)4.2 (2.4–7.3)<0.001
Heidelberg38631 (7.9)4.1 (2.9–5.8)<0.001
Javiana1269 (7.0)3.7 (1.9–6.9)<0.001
Bredeney1056 (5.7)2.9 (1.3–6.4)0.007
Thompson3866 (5.5)2.9 (1.3–6.4)<0.001
Chester24019 (4.9)2.5 (1.6–4.0)0.046
Enteritidis1,299118 (4.6)2.4 (2.0–2.9)<0.001
Corvallis2,2289 (3.8)1.9 (1.0–3.7)0.031
Bovismorbificans10145 (3.4)1.8 (1.3–2.4)<0.001
Mississippi14858 (2.6)1.3 (1.0–1.7)<0.001
Typhimurium33,081639 (1.9)NAbNA
  • a Only serovars with >100 isolates were included in the analysis.

  • b NA, not applicable (because S. Typhimurium is the reference isolate).