CDC US Zika pregnancy registry healthcare provider toolkit for health departments : for pediatricians
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CDC US Zika pregnancy registry healthcare provider toolkit for health departments : for pediatricians

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      The success of the US Zika Pregnancy Registry (USZPR) depends on the voluntary collaboration of healthcare workers and local health departments to report complete and accurate case information. This toolkit is a suite of tools and resources to help health departments educate and inform healthcare providers to identify, counsel, report, and follow infants born to pregnant women with laboratory evidence of Zika virus infection. We invite you to use this toolkit to raise awareness about the USZPR and improve reporting and completeness of data collected.

      The USZPR was established in collaboration with state, tribal, local, and territorial health departments to collect information about pregnancy and infant outcomes following Zika virus infection during pregnancy. This information will be used to update recommendations for clinical care, to plan for services for pregnant women and families affected by Zika virus, and to improve prevention of Zika virus infection during pregnancy.

      This toolkit includes materials to assist pediatricians with Identification, Diagnosis, and Reporting of congenital Zika virus infection in infants. All factsheets and infographics can be printed, shared, and distributed as needed.

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