All in Infection Control

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This report updates the 2006 CDC recommendations for the diagnosis and management of tickborne rickettsial diseases in the United States. Updated recommendations are needed to address the changing epidemiology of tickborne rickettsial diseases, provide current information about new and emerging tickborne rickettsial pathogens, and highlight advances in recommended diagnostic tests and updated treatment information.

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This document provides a comprehensive review of the scientific evidence on health problems associated with building moisture and biological agents. The review concludes that the most important effects are increased prevalences of respiratory symptoms, allergies and asthma as well as perturbation of the immunological system. The document also summarizes the available information on the conditions that determine the presence of mould and measures to control their growth indoors.

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This document provides a comprehensive review of the scientific evidence on health problems associated with building moisture and biological agents. The review concludes that the most important effects are increased prevalences of respiratory symptoms, allergies and asthma as well as perturbation of the immunological system. The document also summarizes the available information on the conditions that determine the presence of mould and measures to control their growth indoors.

3 RCs.

This document provides a comprehensive review of the scientific evidence on health problems associated with building moisture and biological agents. The review concludes that the most important effects are increased prevalences of respiratory symptoms, allergies and asthma as well as perturbation of the immunological system. The document also summarizes the available information on the conditions that determine the presence of mould and measures to control their growth indoors.

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The goal of this document is to help healthcare workers and employers prepare for and respond to an influenza pandemic. It is subdivided under four topics: Clinical background information on influenza, Infection control, Pandemic influenza preparedness, and OSHA standards of special importance. The document also contains appendices which provide pandemic planners with samples of infection control plans, examples of practical pandemic planning tools, and additional technical information.