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  • Propaganda; Australasian Medical Congresses. Committee appointed; Auckland Congress, 1914, Report presented, Nature of Notification recommended; Melbourne Conference, 1922, Review of Legislation, Comments and Recommendations; England, Committee recently appointed to report on Venereal Diseases 5 Section 5.

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  • Epidemiological studies about contagious diseases have two very specific characteristics. The first refers to the object, which is only a source of damage. The second relates to the goals, which aim to determine the relationship between cause and effect, i.e., between exposure and disease. So, even with multifactorial determinants, it's an unidimensional evaluation. Therefore, in a evaluation between exposed and unexposed, the concept of risk approaches the definition of probability.

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  • Employee Health Service Issues An institution's employee health service is a critical component of its infection-control efforts.

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  • Nightingale is one of the most famous women of all time. She was greatly revered in her own lifetime and indeed for some decades after her death she was a symbol of virtue and feminine heroism. In recent decades all this has changed, and she has been attacked from within the nursing profession, by medical doctors, historians and other academics. Her contribution to the cause of women has been challenged as well as her own character, relations with women and even identification as a woman.

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  • Catching cold"--Sitting on the floor--Kicking the bedclothes off--Inadequate head covering--Subjecting baby to different temperatures suddenly--Wearing rubbers--Direct infection--Acute nasal catarrh--Acute coryza--Acute rhinitis--"Cold in the head"--"Snuffles"--Treatment of acute nasal catarrh, or rhinitis, or coryza, or "cold in the head," or "snuffles"--Chronic nasal catarrh--Chronic rhinitis--Chronic discharge from the nose--Nervous or persistent cough--Adenoids as a cause of persistent cough--Croup--Acute catarrhal laryngitis--Spasmodic croup--False croup--Tonsilitis--Angina--Sore throa...

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  • Non-Hodgkin lymphoma and its treatment can lead to other health problems. You may receive supportive care to prevent or control these problems and to improve your comfort and quality of life during treatment. You may receive antibiotics and other drugs to help protect you from infections. Your health care team may advise you to stay away from crowds and from people with colds and other contagious diseases. If an infection develops, it can be serious, and you will need treatment right away. Non-Hodgkin lymphoma and its treatment also can lead to anemia, which may make you feel very tired.

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  • Measles (rubeola) is a highly contagious, acute, exanthematous respiratory disease with a characteristic clinical picture and a pathognomonic enanthem: Koplik's spots, an eruption on the buccal mucous membranes (Fig. 185-1). Figure 185-1 Koplik's spots, which manifest as white or bluish lesions with an erythematous halo on the buccal mucosa, usually occur in the first 2 days of measles symptoms and may briefly overlap the measles exanthem. T

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  • Scarcely one half of the children of our country continue in school much beyond the fifth grade. It is important, therefore, that so far as possible the knowledge which has most to do with human welfare should be presented in the early years of school life. Fisher, Metchnikoff, Sedgwick, and others have shown that the health of a people influences the prosperity and happiness of a nation more than any other one thing. The highest patriotism is therefore the conservation of health.

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  • Children also need to know that Parkinson’s is not contagious. They can’t catch it like they can get a cold or the chicken pox. Older children also may be worried that, since they’re related to you, they will contract the disease themselves eventually. But with today’s research leading in the direction of predisposition combined with environmental factors, you can com- fortably reassure them that is not likely to happen. As unlikely as it sounds to an adult, young children may need to be told that it’s not their fault a parent has Parkinson’s.

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  • Tuberculosis remains one of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality in low-resource countries. One contagious patient can infect 10 to 20 contacts in these settings. Delays in diagnosing TB therefore contribute to the spread of the disease and sustain the epidemic. Objectives: The aim of this study was to assess delays in diagnosing tuberculosis and the factors associated with these delays in the public hospitals in Moundou and Ndjamena, Chad.

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