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    When all is said and done, however, respiratory disease outbreaks commonly come to the attention of public health through calls from concerned individuals affected by an institutional outbreak. 1.3 Local Health Department Reporting and Follow-Up Responsibilities Clearly, some respiratory disease outbreaks are due to mild upper respiratory

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    feline upper respiratory infections uri 69%

    cats and could play a role in lessening signs of FHV-1 infected cats when re-exposed to the virus. These effects could also be benefi-cial for the management of other infectious diseases in cats and warrant further study. INTRODUCTION Feline herpesvirus 1 (FHV-1) infection is a common and highly contagious feline up-per respiratory pathogen.

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    recruit medicine chapter 13 respiratory infections in 64%

    Respiratory Infections in Military Recruits Chapter 13 RespiRatoRy infeCtions in MilitaRy ReCRuits Kevin L. RusseLL, MD, ... in recent years, “acute respiratory ... (iLi), “upper respiratory ill-ness” (uRi), and “febrile respiratory illness” (FRi) are more commonly seen. Among working military

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    cdph influenza and respiratory illness outbreak quicksheet 64%

    outbreaks of respiratory illness. If influenza testing by a molecular assay is negative, or the clinical presentation differs from influenza, other causes should be explored. See the CDC guidance for unexplained respiratory outbreaks. • Viral pathogens include adenovirus, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), parainfluenza, rhinovirus,

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    canine infectious respiratory disease complex a k a 64%

    in recent years. Environmental ... signs are predominantly upper respiratory, deep nasal swabs should be obtained. ... If you suspect you are dealing with an unusual outbreak if canine respiratory disease, please contact us. How can canine infectious respiratory disease be prevented in a shelter?

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    anatomy of the respiratory system 59%

    diaphragm: muscle. function. inspiration: contracts; pulls thoracic cavity down. expiration: relaxes. Diseases/Disorders. upper respiratory infection (URI) rhinitis: inflammation of the mucosa in the nasal cavity. symptoms: can lead to sore throat, cough, upset stomach (excess mucus drips into esophagus and trachea) cause: bacteria, virus ...

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    zuku review flashnotes infectious bronchitis virus ibv 51%

    Highly contagious acute upper RESPIRATORY disease Up to 100% morbidity, usually low mortality (

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    influenza a h3n2 variant virus outbreak at three fairs 50%

    fever and signs of upper respiratory tract illness. All five respira - tory specimens collected from these swine tested positive for influenza A virus at the MDA Animal Health Laboratory, and influenza A(H3N2) virus was confirmed in all specimens by the U.S. Department of Agriculture National Veterinary Services Laboratory (NVSL).

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    orbital myositis 47%

    (9,10) and cancer (11). Infectious causes for orbital myositis in-clude herpes zoster (12), Lyme disease (13) and cystercercosis (14). Recent upper respiratory tract infections have also been associated with the development of orbital myositis (15). The major clinical presentation of orbital myositis is pain worsened by eye movements.

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    influenza outbreak reporting response and cdph guidelines 37%

    respiratory illness in residents and HCP During flu season (Oct 1- Mar 31); conduct daily active surveillance for acute upper respiratory illness and pneumonia among residents and HCP; use case log 2. Use diagnostic testing for influenza Test residents with suspected flu to confirm diagnosis 3.

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    c o n j u n c ti v i ti s a d u l t p e d i a tr i c 35%

    ENT | Conjunctivitis - Adult & Pediatric contact with another person who has conjunctivitis, exposure to a sexually transmitted disease, atopic (allergic) conditions, overcrowding, urban settings, multi-use eye drops, recent upper respiratory tract infection, immunosuppression, and/or contact lens use (Reinoso et al., 2019) .

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    recent and potential pandemics of respiratory viral 29%

    1/3rd-community-acquired upper respiratory tract infections in adults. has a role in severe respiratory infections in both children and adults. Coronaviruses are classified as a family within the Nidovirales order, viruses that replicate using a nested set of mRNAs ("nido-" for "nest").

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    medical report to parents upper respiratory 24%

    Aug 04, 2011 · Upper Respiratory Virus (a “cold”): A typical cold lasts about a week. The symptoms may change across that week, but your child should show signs of some improvement. Bronchitis: This is almost always caused by a virus. Symptoms may include chest tightness and a bothersome cough. Symptoms should improve, but the cough may linger for 1-2 weeks.

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    medical report to parents upper respiratory virus 24%

    Upper Respiratory Virus (a “cold”): A typical cold lasts about a week. The symptoms may change across that week, but your child should show signs of some improvement. Bronchitis: This is almost always caused by a virus. Symptoms may include chest tightness and a bothersome cough. Symptoms should improve, but the cough may linger for 1-2 weeks.

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    abbreviated medically supported icd 10 code list quick 19%

    RESPIRATORY VIRUS PANEL BY PCR B97.29 or U07.1 Coronavirus D80.1-D84.1 Deficiencies J06.9 or J22 Upper Respiratory Infection/Lower Resp Infection J12.81-J12.9 Pneumonia R05, R06.2, R50.9 Cough or Wheezing or Fever Z03.818 or Z03.828 Exposure other Viral Comm Diseases Z94.0-Z94.84 Transplants SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTION SCREEN

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