Source: Water System
Considers biofilms: No
Treatment used prior to the outbreak: Lack of adequate maintenance (the bromine disinfection system was faulty); Aerosol formation
Actions in response to the outbreak: Facilities were disinfected
Monoclonal Antibody Type
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|LOCHGOILHEAD FEVER: OUTBREAK OF NON-PNEUMONIC LEGIONELLOSIS DUE TO LEGIONELLA MICDADEI||DavidJ. Goldberg, PeterW. Collier, RonaldJ. Fallon, ThomasM. Mckay, TerenceA. Markwick, JohnG. Wrench, JohnA. Emslie, GeraldI. Forbes, AgnesC. Macpherson, Daniel Reid,||The Lancet||1989||Legionellosis associated with recreational waters: A systematic review of cases and outbreaks in swimming pools, spa pools, and similar environments||Leoni E., Catalani F., Marini S., Dallolio L.||International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health||2018||Legionellosis Associated with Recreational Waters: A Systematic Review of Cases and Outbreaks in Swimming Pools, Spa Pools, and Similar Environments||Leoni, E.; Catalani, F.; Marini, S.; Dallolio, L.||Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health||2018|