Key messages – Zika Virus Disease : Updated September 21, 2016
Published Date:September 21, 2016
Corporate Authors:Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.). Emergency Operations Center. Joint Information Center.
Description:Background on Zika -- Outbreak Summary -- Symptoms -- Transmission: Mosquito (Vector) Transmisssion; Periconceptional/Intrauterine/Perinatal transmission; Sexual Transmission; Blood Transfusion; Breastfeeding -- Testing & Diagnosis -- Treatment -- Prevention: Preventing Mosquito Transmission: Insect Repellent, Controlling Mosquitoes at Home, Modified Mosquitoes, Aerial Spraying; Preventing Sexual transmission; Preventing Zika Infection in Pregnancy: Recommendations for Couples Interested in Conceiving; Preventing Unintended Pregnancy during the Zika Virus Outbreak; Zika Virus Blood Screening, Puerto Rico Survey of Blood Collection Centers -- Health Effects Associated with Zika: Microcephaly, Diagnosis of Microcephaly, Pyriproxyfen; Guillain-Barré Syndrome -- Zika & the United States: Zika Pregnancy Registries, National Reporting: Pregnant Women & outcomes -- Zika & US Territories -- Zika & Colombia -- Travel Recommendations: Travel Notices; Travel to Florida -- CDC Guidance & Recommendations for Healthcare Providers: Obstetrical Healthcare Providers: Amniocentesis;,Prenatal Diagnosis of Microcephaly; Pediatric Healthcare Providers: Birth Defects, Potential Outcomes & Prognosis, Clinical Guidance -- Laboratory Testing: Types of Tests, Testing for Pregnant Women, Testing for Infants & Children -- What CDC is Doing: Domestic Activities: Activities in Puerto Rico; International Activities -- CDC Foundation.
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Purpose: This document is for internal and external use. The document contains cleared key messages for use in developing other materials.
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