Research and analysis

Staphylococcus aureus: annual trends in voluntary surveillance

Trends in voluntary reports of Staphylococcus aureus (S. aureus) bacteraemia by age, sex and geographical distribution, from England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Documents

S. aureus: voluntary surveillance reports 2014

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S. aureus: voluntary surveillance reports 2013

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S. aureus: voluntary surveillance reports 2012

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Detail

This publication covers voluntary reports of S. aureus bacteraemia. Analyses are stratified by age, gender and geographical region, and include trends in antimicrobial resistance over a 10-year period.

For historic trends, see the National Archives