National Enteric Surveillance Program (NESP), annual summary .: HP37-15E-PDF

"The National Enteric Surveillance Program (NESP) is designed to provide weekly analysis and reporting for laboratory-confirmed isolations of enteric pathogens in Canada, including bacterial, viral and parasitic pathogens. This is an annual summary of data submitted to NESP by provincial/territorial microbiology laboratories in [...]. In addition, provincial serotype and phage type data from [...] are included in the appendices. " - Executive summary, 2009, p. 3.

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Publication information
Department/Agency Canada. Public Health Agency of Canada.
National Microbiology Laboratory (Canada)
Title National Enteric Surveillance Program (NESP), annual summary .
Publication type Series
Language [English]
Other language editions [French]
Format Electronic
Note(s) "Including serotype and phage types tables for ..., NESP and NML."
Issued also in French under title: Programme national de surveillance des maladies entériques (PNSME), rapport sommaire annuel.
Co-published by the National Microbiology Laboratory (NML) and Centre for Food-borne Environmental and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (CFEZID), Public Health Agency of Canada and provincial public health microbiology laboratories.
Publishing information Ottawa : Public Health Agency of Canada, [2009]-
Chronology Began with 2009.
Frequency Annual
ISSN 2292-8561
Catalogue number
  • HP37-15E-PDF
Subject terms Infectious diseases
Laboratories
Medical research
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