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Campylobacter spp.

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Campylobacter usually are acquired through contaminated food, especially undercooked poultry.

Infections may cause diarrhea, but may also be asymptomatic. In most cases no antibiotic therapy is needed. Overall resistance rates are higher in C. coli than in C. jejuni and for fluoroquinolones than for macrolides.

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