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Eid Vol15no10

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Peer-Reviewed Journal Tracking and Analyzing Disease Trends pages 1547–1712
Managing Senior Editor
Polyxeni Potter, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Senior Associate Editor
Brian W.J. Mahy, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Associate Editors
Paul Arguin, Atlanta, Georgia, USACharles Ben Beard, Ft. Collins, Colorado, USADavid Bell, Atlanta, Georgia, USACharles H. Calisher, Ft. Collins, Colorado, USAMichel Drancourt, Marseille, France
Paul V. Efer, Perth, Australia
K. Mills McNeill, Kampala, UgandaNina Marano, Atlanta, Georgia, USAMartin I. Meltzer, Atlanta, Georgia, USADavid Morens, Bethesda, Maryland, USAJ. Glenn Morris, Gainesville, Florida, USAPatrice Nordmann, Paris, FranceTanja Popovic, Atlanta, Georgia, USAJocelyn A. Rankin, Atlanta, Georgia, USADidier Raoult, Marseille, FrancePierre Rollin, Atlanta, Georgia, USADixie E. Snider, Atlanta, Georgia, USAFrank Sorvillo, Los Angeles, California, USADavid Walker, Galveston, Texas, USADavid Warnock, Atlanta, Georgia, USAJ. Todd Weber, Atlanta, Georgia, USAHenrik C. Wegener, Copenhagen, Denmark 
Founding Editor
Joseph E. McDade, Rome, Georgia, USA
Copy Editors
Karen Foster, Thomas Gryczan, Nancy Mannikko, Beverly Merritt,Rhonda Ray, Carol Snarey, P. Lynne Stockton
Production
Carrie Huntington, Ann Jordan, Carole Liston, Shannon O’Connor,Reginald Tucker 
Editorial Assistant
Susanne Justice
www.cdc.gov/eid
Emerging Infectious Diseases
Emerging Infectious Diseases is published monthly by the Centers for DiseaseControl and Prevention, 1600 Clifton Road, Mailstop D61, Atlanta, GA 30333,USA.  Telephone  404-639-1960, fax 404-639-1954, email eideditor@cdc.gov.The opinions expressed by authors contributing to this journal do not necessar-
ily reect the opinions of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or theinstitutions with which the authors are afliated.
All material published in Emerging Infectious Diseases is in the public domainand may be used and reprinted without special permission; proper citation, how-ever, is required.
Use of trade names is for identication only and does not imply endorsement
by the Public Health Service or by the U.S. Department of Health and HumanServices.
∞
Emerging Infectious Diseases is printed on acid-free paper that meets the requirements of ANSI/NISO 239.48-1992 (Permanence of Paper)
EDITORIAL BOARD
Dennis Alexander, Addlestone Surrey, United KingdomBarry J. Beaty, Ft. Collins, Colorado, USAMartin J. Blaser, New York, New York, USAChristopher Braden, Atlanta, GA, USACarolyn Bridges, Atlanta, GA, USAArturo Casadevall, New York, New York, USAKenneth C. Castro, Atlanta, Georgia, USAThomas Cleary, Houston, Texas, USAAnne DeGroot, Providence, Rhode Island, USAVincent Deubel, Shanghai, ChinaEd Eitzen, Washington, DC, USADavid Freedman, Birmingham, AL, USAKathleen Gensheimer, Cambridge, MA, USAPeter Gerner-Smidt, Atlanta, GA, USADuane J. Gubler, SingaporeRichard L. Guerrant, Charlottesville, Virginia, USAScott Halstead, Arlington, Virginia, USADavid L. Heymann, Geneva, SwitzerlandDaniel B. Jernigan, Atlanta, Georgia, USACharles King, Cleveland, Ohio, USAKeith Klugman, Atlanta, Georgia, USATakeshi Kurata, Tokyo, JapanS.K. Lam, Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaBruce R. Levin, Atlanta, Georgia, USAMyron Levine, Baltimore, Maryland, USAStuart Levy, Boston, Massachusetts, USAJohn S. MacKenzie, Perth, AustraliaMarian McDonald, Atlanta, Georgia, USAJohn E. McGowan, Jr., Atlanta, Georgia, USATom Marrie, Edmonton, Alberta, CanadaBan Mishu-Allos, Nashville, Tennessee, USAPhilip P. Mortimer, London, United KingdomFred A. Murphy, Galveston, Texas, USABarbara E. Murray, Houston, Texas, USAP. Keith Murray, Geelong, AustraliaStephen M. Ostroff, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USADavid H. Persing, Seattle, Washington, USARichard Platt, Boston, Massachusetts, USAGabriel Rabinovich, Buenos Aires, ArgentinaMario Raviglione, Geneva, SwitzerlandLeslie Real, Atlanta, Georgia, USADavid Relman, Palo Alto, California, USAConnie Schmaljohn, Frederick, Maryland, USATom Schwan, Hamilton, Montana, USAIra Schwartz, Valhalla, New York, USATom Shinnick, Atlanta, Georgia, USABonnie Smoak, Bethesda, Maryland, USARosemary Soave, New York, New York, USAP. Frederick Sparling, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USARobert Swanepoel, Johannesburg, South AfricaPhillip Tarr, St. Louis, Missouri, USATimothy Tucker, Cape Town, South AfricaElaine Tuomanen, Memphis, Tennessee, USAJohn Ward, Atlanta, Georgia, USAMary E. Wilson, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
EmergingInfectiousDiseaseswww.cdc.gov/eidVol.15,No.10,October2009
EDITOR-IN-CHIEFD. Peter Drotman
 
EmergingInfectiousDiseaseswww.cdc.gov/eidVol.15,No.10,October2009
Research
Oseltamivir Prophylaxis Strategies to
Prevent Inuenza in Nursing Homes
....1547
C. van den Dool et al.
Postexposureprophylaxismaypreventmoreinfectionsperdosethancontinuousprophylaxis.
Nontuberculous Mycobacteria
 
Infections and Anti–Tumor 
 
Necrosis Factor-α Therapy
....................1556
K.L. Winthrop et al.
Mostinfectionswereinrheumatoidarthritispatients,and44%wereextrapulmonaryordisseminated.
Hospitalizations for NontuberculousMycobacteria–associated Lung
 
Disease, United States, 1998–2005
.......
1562
M.E. Billinger et al.
Infectionratesappeartobeincreasing.
Mycobacterium tuberculosis
 
Genotype and Case Notication
 
Rates, Rural Vietnam, 2003–2006
..........
1570
T.N. Buu et al.
YoungadultsmaybeintroducingBeijingstrains.
Lack of Airborne Transmission
 
during Pandemic (H1N1) 2009
 
Outbreak among Tour Group
 
Members, China, June 2009
..................
1578
K. Han et al.
Thisoutbreakwascausedbydroplettransmission.
CME ACTIVITY
Community-associated Methicillin-
Resistant
Staphylococcus aureus
,
Iowa, USA
................................................
1582
P. Van De Griend et al.
TheproportionofinvasiveinfectionscausedbytheUSA300strainincreasedin2006.
Healthcare Worker Occupation
 
and Immune Response to
 
Pneumocystis jirovecii 
...........................
1590
R. Tipirneni et al.
Humansmaybeareservoirforthisorganismandtransmititperson-to-person.
Novel Arenavirus Infection,
 
Southern Africa
.......................................
1598
J.T. Paweska et al.
Thiscasereinforcestheneedforstrictscreeningofpatientstransferredbetweencountries.
Inuenza Surveillance System,
 
Beijing, China
 ..........................................
1603
P. Yang et al.
Thissystemenableddetectionoftheonsetandpeakofanepidemic.
Variable Number Tandem Repeats
 
Loci in Analysis of 
Mycobacteriumtuberculosis
Strains ...............................
1609
P. Velji et al.
Hypervariablelocicanprovideconsistentcomparableresultsinmultiplesettings.
Dispatches
1617 Excess Deaths andImmunoprotection during 1918–1920Inuenza Pandemic, Taiwan
Y.-H. Hsieh
1620 Rabies in Foxes, Aegean Region,Turkey
A. Vos et al.
1623 Fine-scale Identication of the MostLikely Source of a Human PlagueInfection
R.E. Colman et al.
October 2009
p. 1600p. 1624
On the Cover
Edgar Degas (1834–1917)Absinthe (c. 1876)Oil on canvas (92 cm × 68 cm)Photo: Hervé Lewandowski.Réunion des Musées Nationaux/Art Resource,New York, NY, USA Musée d’Orsay, Paris, France
About the Cover p. 1708

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