Key messages – Zika Virus Disease : Updated August 30, 2016
Published Date:August 30, 2016
Corporate Authors:Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.). Emergency Operations Center. Joint Information Center.
Description:Outbreak Summary -- Zika & the United States: Local Transmission; Travel-Associated Cases -- Zika & Puerto Rico -- Background on Zika: Guillain-Barré Syndrome -- Symptoms -- Diagnosis -- Transmission: Vector Information; Sexual Transmission; Breastfeeding; Blood Transfusion: Zika Virus Blood Screening, Puerto Rico Survey of Blood Collection Centers -- Risk -- Prevention: Preventing Sexual transmission; Insect Repellent; Controlling mosquitoes at home; Pyriproxyfen; Aerial Spraying -- Treatment -- Zika & Pregnancy: Couples Interested in Conceiving; US Zika Pregnancy Registry; National Reporting: Pregnant Women & Outcomes; Microcephaly: Microcephaly modeling in Puerto Rico; Diagnosis; Zika & Pregnancy in Columbia -- Laboratory Testing: Testing for Pregnant Women; Testing for Infants & Children; Contraception to Prevent Unintended Pregnancy during the Zika Virus Outbreak -- CDC Guidance & Recommendations: Pregnant Women; Travel: Travel to Florida; Travel Notices; 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Brazil -- Obstetrical Healthcare Providers: Zika & Pregnancy; Amniocentesis; Prenatal Diagnosis of Microcephaly -- Pediatric Healthcare Providers: Zika Virus Transmission in Infants & Children; Birth Defects; Potential Outcomes & Prognosis ; Clinical Guidance -- What CDC is Doing: Domestic Activities: Activities in Puerto Rico; International Activities -- CDC Foundation.
FOR EXTERNAL USE 8/30/16
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