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Mumps What is mumps?Mumps What is mumps?
Mumps is a disease caused by a virus. Mumps is best known for the facial and jaw swelling that can be caused by the virus. Mumps
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Mumps Facts What is mumps?Mumps Facts What is mumps?
Mumps is a contagious disease caused by a virus. It spreads easily through coughing and sneezing. There is no treatment for mumps, and it can cause long-term health problems. Mumps
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Information about mumps for school websitesInformation about mumps for school websites
An outbreak of mumps has developed in King County, mainly in the Auburn area, but the outbreak can easily spread to other schools and areas in King County. Mumps
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Protect yourself against mumpsProtect yourself against mumps
There has been a recent increase in mumps amongst students. Please read this important advice on how to protect yourself. Mumps
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Suspect Mumps Case Checklist Consider mumps in the differential diagnosis of patients with compatible symptoms, includingSuspect Mumps Case Checklist Consider mumps in the differential diagnosis of patients with compatible symptoms, including
Non-specific prodrome of low-grade fever, malaise, headache, myalgia, and anorexia. Mumps
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Any students who have symptoms suggestive of mumps should contactAny students who have symptoms suggestive of mumps should contact
The risk to the community is low as more than 99% of students are immunized against mumps. However, even a complete course of vaccination (two doses) is only 87% effective. Mumps
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Use of trade names or commercial sources is for identification only and does not imply endorsement by cdc. Mumps
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Real-time (TaqMan®) rt-pcr assay for the Detection of Mumps Virus rna in Clinical SamplesReal-time (TaqMan®) rt-pcr assay for the Detection of Mumps Virus rna in Clinical Samples
Disclaimer: Use of trade names and commercial sources in this protocol does not imply endorsement by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (cdc). Mumps
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Arizona Department of Health Services *report to adhs within 24 hours mumps-Quick Sheet Infectious agentArizona Department of Health Services *report to adhs within 24 hours mumps-Quick Sheet Infectious agent
Infectious agent: The mumps virus is a paramyxovirus in the same group as influenza. Mumps
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An outbreak of mumps, centered in the New York/ New Jersey area started in June of 2009An outbreak of mumps, centered in the New York/ New Jersey area started in June of 2009
Since there are many public areas that could possibly house the virus, the potential for it to spread to other populations is very likely without the use of proper precautions. Mumps
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What is Mumps? Mumps is viral disease often associated with fever, swelling and tenderness of one or more of the salivary glands. How does mumps spread?What is Mumps? Mumps is viral disease often associated with fever, swelling and tenderness of one or more of the salivary glands. How does mumps spread?
From the mouth, nose, or throat of an infected person, usually when the person coughs, sneezes, or talks. The virus may also be spread indirectly when someone with mumps touches items or surfaces without washing their hands and then someone else touches the same. Mumps
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