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1

Salmonella IP

6-48 h
usually 12-36h

2

Salmonella D

1-2 days

3

Shigella IP

12-50 hours

4

Shigella D

Indefinite, depends on treatment

5

Listeria monocytogenes IP

few days- 3 weeks

6

Listeria monocytogenes D

Indefinite, depends on trt;
high fatality rate in immuno-compromised individuals

7

S. areus IP

rapid

8

S. areus D

2-3 days

9

C. perfringens IP

8-22h

10

C. perfringens D

24 h
may last 1-2 weeks

11

E. Coli IP

2-9 days

12

E. Coli D

8 days

13

B. cereus Emetic IP

.5-6 h

14

B. cereus Emetic D

less than 24 hours

15

B. cereus Diarrheal IP

6-15 hours

16

B. cereus Diarrheal D

24 hours

17

C. Botulinum IP

18-36 h (may vary from 4h to 8 days)

18

C. botulinum D

several days a year

19

Campylobacter jejuni IP

2-5 days

20

Campylobacter jejuni D

7-10 days
(relapses common)

21

Hepatitis A IP

15-50 days
(avg. 28-30 days)

22

Hepatitis A D

several weeks~months;
relapses may occur

23

Norwalk IP

24-48h

24

Norwalk D

24-60 hours

25

3 spore formers

C. perfringens
B.cereus
C. Botulinum

26

Salmonella

infection

27

Shigella

infection

28

Listeria monocytogene

infection

29

Campylobacter jejuni

infection

30

Hepatitis A

infection