Morbidity and Mortality

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The Office, 1976

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Page 359 - There have been reports of subacute sclerosmg panencephalitis (SSPE) in children who did not have a history of natural measles but did receive measles vaccine. Some of these cases may have resulted from unrecognized measles in the first year of life or possibly from the measles vaccination. Based on estimated nationwide measles vaccine distribution, the association of SSPE cases to measles vaccination is about one case per million vaccine doses distributed...
Page 15 - Use of trade names is for identification only and does not constitute endorsement by the Public Health Service or by the US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.
Page 200 - The patient must not be allowed to approach any person liable to the distemper, till every scab is dropt off, till all the clothes, furniture, food, and all other things touched by the patient during the distemper, till the floor of the sick chamber, and till his hair, face, and hands, have been carefully washed. After...
Page 358 - Verification of adequate immunization for age using the Report of the Committee on Infectious Diseases* of the American Academy of Pediatrics as a guide.
Page 158 - Kawasaki T, Kosaki F, Okawa S, et al: A new infantile acute febrile mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome (MLNS) prevailing in Japan.
Page 180 - An atlas of sensitivity to tuberculin, PPD-B, and histoplasmin in the United States. Am Rev Respir Dis 1969; 99:1-132 16 Good RC.
Page 158 - Coronary aneurysms in infants and young children with acute febrile mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome. J Pediatr 1975:86:892-898.
Page 200 - No person, clothes, food, furniture, dog, cat, money, medicines, or any other thing that is known or suspected to be daubed with matter, spittle, or other infectious discharges of the patient should go out of the house till they be washed, and till they have been sufficiently exposed to the fresh air. No foul linen, or anything else that can retain the poison, should be folded up and put into drawers, boxes, or be otherwise shut up from the air, but immediately thrown into water and kept there till...
Page 200 - ... cock. Some men also have strange antipathies in their natures against that sort of food which others love and live upon. I have read of one that could not endure to eat either bread or flesh ; of another that fell into a swoonding fit at the smell of a rose ; others would do the like at the smell of vineger, or at the sight of an eel or a frog.
Page 140 - Department of Epidemiology and Public Health. Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut Mark L.

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