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2 Florida Hospital Workers Who Treated MERS Patient Fall Ill
Two Florida hospital workers who helped treat a man with the second diagnosed case of MERS in the United States have developed respiratory symptoms, according to published reports.

About Pediatrics: Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
Learn about the symptoms and treatments of Rocky Mountain spotted fever, which can classically include fever, headache, vomiting, and a characteristic rash that usually begins on a child's wrists and ankles.

Acute Rhinosinusitis Empiric Therapy: Empiric Therapy Regimens
Empiric management of a patient presenting with signs and symptoms of acute rhinosinusitis is discussed below, with a focus on supportive therapy, indications for and choice of antimicrobials, and special circumstances related to the pediatric patient, penicillin-allergic patient, risk for antibiotic resistance, failure of initial therapy, an...

Acute Rhinosinusitis Organism-Specific Therapy: Specific Organisms and Therapeut
Acute rhinosinusitis may be defined as inflammation of the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses lasting for less than 4 weeks. It is a common ailment encountered in the outpatient setting, affecting close to 35 million people annually.

Anthrax Vaccine Shows Promise in Monkey Trial
A vaccine made with a component of the bacteria that causes anthrax protected monkeys from the deadly infection in a preliminary trial.

Antibiotic Resistance Among Foodborne-Illness Germs a Mixed Bag: CDC
There's good news and bad news about antibiotic resistance among the germs that cause foodborne illnesses, a new U.S. government report released Tuesday shows.

Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria Detected in Sewage Spill
Sewer line breaks can release antibiotic-resistant bacteria that pose a public health threat, a new study says.

Bacterial Meningitis Empiric Therapy: Empiric Therapy Regimens
Empiric therapeutic regimens for bacterial meningitis are presented below based on patient population. All drugs should be administered intravenously IV.

Bacterial Meningitis Organism-Specific Therapy: Specific Organisms and Therapeut
Organ-specific therapeutic regimens for bacterial meningitis are outlined below, including those for Streptococcus pneumoniae, Haemophilus influenzae, Neisseria meningitidis, Listeria monocytogenes, Streptococcus agalactiae, Enterobacteriaceae organisms, and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Streptococcus pneumoniae Penicillin sensitivity: Penicilli...

Bartonella
Description of the disease and information on the diagnostic tests available.

Bartonella and Cat Scratch Disease
Information on this disease which affects both humans and cats and is caused by the bacterium Bartonella henselae.

Bedbugs Could Be Potential New Source of Tropical Disease in U.S.
Until recently, insect-transmitted Chagas disease was found mainly in Latin America and South America, but it has made its way to the United States over the past few years.

Bird Flu Doesn't Spread Easily to Humans, Scientists Say
The H7N9 bird flu virus does not yet have the ability to easily infect people, a new study indicates.

Bird Flu Poses Little Threat to People: CDC
The bird flu outbreak that has resulted in the slaughter of millions of chickens and turkeys in the United States has little chance of sickening humans, federal health officials said Wednesday.

Blood Infections in ICU Cut With Simple Measures
The use of antibacterial soap and ointment on all intensive care patients led to a significant reduction in bloodstream infections, a new study shows.

Britain's King Richard III Likely Had Roundworms
King Richard III, who ruled England from 1483 to 1485, suffered from a roundworm infection, according to new research.

CDC Allocates Infectious Disease Center
Nearly Get the facts on infectious disease types, causes, prevention, and treatment, and learn how they spread. Plus, read the latest news on emerging infectious diseases like MRSA, E. coli, flu, and hepatitis. 84 million has been earmarked to protect Americans against Zika virus infection, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Thursday.

CDC Awards
Health officials are urging pregnant women to avoid a Miami neighborhood where mosquitoes are apparently infecting people with the Zika virus.

CDC Clarifies Treatment Policies for Ebola Workers
Federal health officials issued new guidelines Monday for classifying and monitoring people at risk for Ebola exposure, whether they are returning home from the West African outbreak zone or caring for patients in the United States.

CDC Ends Zika Travel Advisory for Miami Neighborhood
U.S. health officials on Monday lifted the Zika virus travel advisory that urged pregnant women to avoid travel to Miami's Wynwood neighborhood.

CDC Issues Zika-Virus Guidance for Docs With Pregnant Patients
U.S. health officials issued guidelines Tuesday to doctors whose pregnant patients may have traveled to countries -- especially Brazil -- where the mosquito-borne Zika virus has been linked to birth defects in babies.

CDC Monitoring 76 Hospital Workers in Dallas for Ebola Exposure
Public health officials are actively monitoring 76 Dallas hospital workers who may have been exposed to Ebola while treating Thomas Eric Duncan, the first patient diagnosed with the deadly virus in the United States.

CDC Monitors Lab Worker for Possible Ebola Exposure
A lab technician with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention may have been exposed to the Ebola virus in an agency laboratory in Atlanta earlier this week.

CDC Raises Ebola Outbreak Response to Highest Alert Status
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday raised the level of its response to the West African Ebola outbreak to its highest alert status.

CDC Tightens Rules on Caring for Ebola Patients
U.S. health officials on Monday officially tightened guidelines for health workers treating Ebola patients, now requiring full body suits with no skin exposure and use of a respirator at all times.

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