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The incidence of gastrointestinal communicable diseases (GCD) and foodborne infections remains high. Among unknown pathogen the majority is bacteria kampilobaktri but otherwise, the viral infections have an increasingly important role. The incidence of infection is assessed on the basis of all notified cases. This approach underestimated the actual burden of GCD and foodborne infections in the population. Indeed, the burden of GCD and foodborne infections can be assessed through research.



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Figure ZD21-1: Incidence of the most commonly reported gastrointestinal communicable diseases (GCD), Slovenia, 2002-2012
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National Institute of Public Health of RS, 2002–2012.

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2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
All notified gastrointestinal communicable diseases (GCD) No.of reported cases/100.000 inh. 1001.9 947.3 943.8 814.2 899.3 1046.5 1118.2 936.3 997.5 1087.6
GCD , unknown pathogen No.of reported cases/100.000 inh. 556.3 493.1 546.2 489.1 586.2 704.1 790.6 665.5 696.1 760.6
Salmonellosis No.of reported cases/100.000 inh. 136.6 200.6 165.5 75.8 75.8 67.2 54 30.1 17 19.5
Rotavirosis No.of reported cases/100.000 inh. 102 97 91.1 83.4 91.1 89.1 102.5 80.5 78 107.5
Campylobacteriosis No.of reported cases/100.000 inh. 60.1 43.6 52 54.3 47.1 53.7 44 45.1 48.9 48
Other GCD with known pathogen No.of reported cases/100.000 inh. 91.8 75 57.7 85.5 70 107 91 19.7 17.5 10.9
2012
All notified gastrointestinal communicable diseases (GCD) No.of reported cases/100.000 inh. 972.5
GCD , unknown pathogen No.of reported cases/100.000 inh. 709.4
Salmonellosis No.of reported cases/100.000 inh. 19.5
Rotavirosis No.of reported cases/100.000 inh. 68.1
Campylobacteriosis No.of reported cases/100.000 inh. 45.4
Other GCD with known pathogen No.of reported cases/100.000 inh. 4.3
Figure ZD21-2: Hospitalised because of gastrointestinal communicable diseases (GCD), Slovenia, 2012
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National Institute of Public Health of RS, 2013.

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No. of aplications No of cases/100.000 residents
All reported GCD No. of aplications 3653 177.7
GCD, unknown pathogen No. of aplications 1240 60.3
rotaviruses No. of aplications 886 43.1
campylobacters No. of aplications 442 21.5
noroviruses No. of aplications 332 16.1
Salmonella spp; typhus and paratyphus No. of aplications 230 11.2
E.coli No. of aplications 103 5
Cl difficile No. of aplications 190 9.2
adenoviruses No. of aplications 138 6.7
shigellas No. of aplications 11 0.5
Y. enterocolitica No. of aplications 12 0.6
hepatitis A virus No. of aplications 9 0.4
parasites No. of aplications 7 0.3
other GCD with known pathogen No. of aplications 44 2.1
Figure ZD21-3: Salmonellosis cases per 100.000, EU-27, 2006-2011
Sources: 

WHO, 2013.

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2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Austria No. of cases/100.000 inh. 60.2 43.1 27.9 NP 25.5 NP
Belgium No. of cases/100.000 inh. 35.1 37.4 7.7 NP NP NP
Bulgaria No. of cases/100.000 inh. 13.7 15.4 21.3 NP 16.2 NP
Cyprus No. of cases/100.000 inh. 12.5 20.8 21.3 17.2 16.4 NP
Czech Republic No. of cases/100.000 inh. 244.5 176.4 105.6 NP 82 NP
Denmark No. of cases/100.000 inh. 30.5 30.4 66.6 NP 28.8 NP
Estonia No. of cases/100.000 inh. 33.7 26.2 48.3 19.5 30.9 28.7
Finland No. of cases/100.000 inh. 48.7 51.8 58.9 NP 45.2 38.9
France No. of cases/100.000 inh. NP 9.1 11.8 NP 11.8 NP
Germany No. of cases/100.000 inh. 63.8 67.4 NP 38.4 NP NP
Greece No. of cases/100.000 inh. NP 6.6 7.3 3.6 2.6 NP
Hungary No. of cases/100.000 inh. 96.8 68.5 71.4 60.2 NP NP
Ireland No. of cases/100.000 inh. 10 10.5 10.2 NP 8 NP
Italy No. of cases/100.000 inh. 8 11.3 NP 6.7 4.9 NP
Latvia No. of cases/100.000 inh. 35 23.1 48.5 NP 42.5 NP
Lithuania No. of cases/100.000 inh. 104.8 69 94.1 NP 53.7 NP
Luxembourg No. of cases/100.000 inh. 64.7 33.5 32.1 27.5 37.5 NP
Malta No. of cases/100.000 inh. 15.8 19.6 34.5 NP 35.1 NP
Netherlands No. of cases/100.000 inh. NP NP NP NP NP NP
Poland No. of cases/100.000 inh. 34.7 30.4 NP 23.2 25 NP
Portugal No. of cases/100.000 inh. 3.9 4.3 NP 2 1.9 NP
Romania No. of cases/100.000 inh. 3 2.9 2.9 NP 6 NP
Slovakia No. of cases/100.000 inh. 161.7 169.6 134.3 NP 94.5 NP
Slovenia No. of cases/100.000 inh. 74.8 66 52.4 29.5 16.5 19.5
Spain No. of cases/100.000 inh. 11.3 8 8.4 9.2 9.6 NP
Sweden No. of cases/100.000 inh. 44.7 43 45.4 NP NP NP
United Kingdom No. of cases/100.000 inh. 22.5 21.5 18.7 NP 16.6 NP
Figure ZD21-4: Microbiological foodborne diseases per 100.000, EU-27, 2006-2011
Sources: 

WHO, 2013.

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2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Austria No. of cases/100.000 inh. NP NP NP NP NP NP
Belgium No. of cases/100.000 inh. 9.8 8 7.9 8.5 NP NP
Bulgaria No. of cases/100.000 inh. NP NP NP NP NP NP
Cyprus No. of cases/100.000 inh. NP NP NP NP NP NP
Czech Republic No. of cases/100.000 inh. 574.7 534.4 426 416 432.1 437.6
Denmark No. of cases/100.000 inh. 98.5 110.8 139.9 109 109.9 103.4
Estonia No. of cases/100.000 inh. 8.3 2.1 9.9 23.2 11 9.8
Finland No. of cases/100.000 inh. 35.3 181.9 18.8 35 17.7 21.3
France No. of cases/100.000 inh. NP NP NP NP NP NP
Germany No. of cases/100.000 inh. 63.9 67.4 52.3 38.4 31 138.3
Greece No. of cases/100.000 inh. NP NP NP NP NP NP
Hungary No. of cases/100.000 inh. 68.1 11.5 19.8 8.4 11 10.8
Ireland No. of cases/100.000 inh. 54.2 55.8 52 50.2 46.9 61.1
Italy No. of cases/100.000 inh. NP NP NP NP NP NP
Latvia No. of cases/100.000 inh. NP NP NP NP NP NP
Lithuania No. of cases/100.000 inh. 29.9 22.9 25.8 19.6 16.4 38.1
Luxembourg No. of cases/100.000 inh. 131.4 150.4 179.3 165.7 179.9 210.7
Malta No. of cases/100.000 inh. 43.3 60.9 55.3 68.8 82.5 80.6
Netherlands No. of cases/100.000 inh. 2.9 4.6 4.2 2.1 2.1 2.2
Poland No. of cases/100.000 inh. NP NP NP NP NP NP
Portugal No. of cases/100.000 inh. NP NP NP NP NP NP
Romania No. of cases/100.000 inh. 11.1 10.9 8.3 5 2.5 3.4
Slovakia No. of cases/100.000 inh. 380 407.1 374 349.6 NP 421.6
Slovenia No. of cases/100.000 inh. 24.8 36.6 33.9 4.1 5.9 4.6
Spain No. of cases/100.000 inh. 23.9 18.6 16.4 16.2 15.9 17.3
Sweden No. of cases/100.000 inh. NP NP NP NP NP NP
UK No. of cases/100.000 inh. NP NP NP NP NP NP

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