Botulism in Alaska; a guide for physicians and health care providers, 2005 update
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Botulism in Alaska; a guide for physicians and health care providers, 2005 update
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    September 2005

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    "The Alaska Division of Public Health, the Arctic Investigations Program of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Alaska Area Native Health Service of the U.S. Indian Health Service first produced this monograph in 1993 to give Alaska healthcare providers an up-to-date summary of botulism in Alaska. In 1998 and now in 2005, Alaska Division of Public Health staff updated the original monograph. Botulism can result from several different circumstances, the most common of which is from consumption of preformed toxin in food. Cases of foodborne botulism in the United States have been associated with consumption of home-canned products, rarely with consumption of commercially available products, and in Alaska, with consumption of Alaska Native traditional foods.
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    [author, Louisa Castrodale]. "Testing performed at the National Botulism Surveillance and Reference Laboratory, CDC, Atlanta, GA, with thanks to Susan Maslanka, PhD and Jim McGee. Graphic design and layout was adapted and revised by the Public Information and Publications Office of the Department of Health and Social Services. The CDC's Arctic Investigation Program, especially Thomas Hennessy, MD, MPH, contributed important information about botulism prevention efforts." - p. 2 "The Alaska Division of Public Health, the Arctic Investigations Program of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Alaska Area Native Health Service of the U.S. Indian Health Service first produced this monograph in 1993 to give Alaska healthcare providers an up-to-date summary of botulism in Alaska. In 1998 and now in 2005, Alaska Division of Public Health staff updated the original monograph." - p. 3 This item was harvested from the Alaska Division of Public Health, Section of Epidemiology web site: http://www.epi.hss.state.ak.us/pubs/botulism/Botulism.pdf in July 2006 for the Alaska State Publications Program; remote access available via StaticURL. Includes bibliographical references.
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