Potential for Q fever infection among travelers returning from Iraq and the Netherlands
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Potential for Q fever infection among travelers returning from Iraq and the Netherlands
  • Published Date:

    5/12/10

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    HAN ; 313
  • Language:
    English
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    Wednesday, May 12, 2010, 16:35 EST (4:35 PM EST) CDCHAN-00313-2010-05-12-ADV-N Increasing reports of Q fever among deployed U.S. military personnel due to endemic transmission in Iraq, as well as a large ongoing outbreak of Q fever in the Netherlands, may place travelers to these regions at risk for infection. Healthcare providers in the United States should consider Q fever in the differential diagnosis of persons with febrile illness, pneumonia or hepatitis who have recently been in Iraq or the Netherlands. Physicians are encouraged to submit samples for proper laboratory testing and contact the CDC for consultation if needed. Q fever cases in travelers should be promptly reported to proper authorities.
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