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Bluebook Infectious Deases

Bluebook Infectious Deases

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Guidelines for the control of infectious diseases. A total of 64 types of Infectious Deases has been described in four groups. Basically The blue book: guidelines for the control of infectious diseases has been published by the Communicable Diseases Section,
Public Health Group, Victorian Department of Human Services of Melbourne,Australia, to assist public health practitioners in the prevention and control of infectious diseases. But I think this document is valuable for the comunity of the human in this world to protect and control of infectious diseases. For the shake of humanity, publishar of this valuable book will forgive me for distributing among the human comunity.
Guidelines for the control of infectious diseases. A total of 64 types of Infectious Deases has been described in four groups. Basically The blue book: guidelines for the control of infectious diseases has been published by the Communicable Diseases Section,
Public Health Group, Victorian Department of Human Services of Melbourne,Australia, to assist public health practitioners in the prevention and control of infectious diseases. But I think this document is valuable for the comunity of the human in this world to protect and control of infectious diseases. For the shake of humanity, publishar of this valuable book will forgive me for distributing among the human comunity.

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Guidelines forthe control ofinfectious diseases
The blue book
The blue book: Guidelines forthe control ofinfectious diseases
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These guidelines have been developedby the Communicable Diseases Section,Public Health Group.
The Blue BookGuidelines forthe control ofinfectiousdiseases firstedition
(1996) was used asthe basis forthis update.We would like to acknowledge and thankthose who contributed to thedevelopmentofthe original guidelinesincluding various pastand presentstaffofthe Communicable Diseases Section.We would also like to acknowledge andthankthe following contributors fortheirassistance:A/ProfHeath Kelly,Victorian InfectiousDiseases Reference LaboratoryDrNoel Bennett,contenteditorDrSally Murray,contenteditorMs Kerry Ann O’Grady,contenteditor
Published by the Communicable DiseasesSectionVictorian GovernmentDepartmentofHumanServicesMelbourne VictoriaMay 2005© CopyrightState ofVictoria,DepartmentofHuman Services 2005This publication is copyright. No partmay bereproduced by any process exceptinaccordance with the provisions ofthe
Copyright  Act1968
.Authorised by the State GovernmentofVictoria,555 Collins St,Melbourne.Printed byThis documentmay also be downloaded fromthe DepartmentofHuman Services web site at:www.health.vic.gov.au/ideas/bluebook
These guidelines have been preparedfollowing consultation with experts in thefield ofinfectious diseases and are basedon information available atthe time oftheirpreparation.Practitioners should have regard to anyinformation on these matters which maybecome available subsequentto thepreparation ofthese guidelines.Neitherthe DepartmentofHumanServices,Victoria,norany personassociated with the preparation oftheseguidelines acceptany contractual,tortious orotherliability whatsoeverinrespectoftheircontents oranyconsequences arising from theiruse.While all advice and recommendationsare made in good faith,neithertheDepartmentofHuman Services,Victoria,norany otherperson associated with thepreparation ofthese guidelines acceptslegal liability orresponsibility forsuchadvice orrecommendations.
AcknowledgementsDisclaimer
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AcknowledgementsiiDisclaimeriiIntroduction1Notification ofinfectious diseases2Abbreviations used4Acute bacterial conjunctivitis6Amoebiasis7Anthrax8Ascariasis (round worm infection)13Barmah Forestvirus disease15Botulism17Brucellosis (undulantfever,Malta fever)19
Campylobacter 
infection21Chickenpox orshingles(varicella /herpes zoster)23Chlamydia (genital infection)27
Chlamydophila pneumoniae
29Cholera31Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD)33Croup orbronchiolitis37Cryptococcal infection(cryptococcosis)39Cryptosporidiosis41Cytomegalovirus infection43Dengue virus disease45Diphtheria47Donovanosis51Erythema infectiosum (humanparvovirus infection orslapped cheekdisease)53
Slapped cheekinfectioninformation sheetforpregnantwomen55Slapped cheekinfectioninformation sheet56
Food orwater-borne illness57
Common food orwater-bornepathogens60
Giardiasis63Gonorrhoea65
Haemophilus influenzae
infections67Hand,footand mouth disease69
Hand,footand mouth diseaseinformation sheet70
Hendra and Nipah viruses71Hepatitis A73Hepatitis B75Hepatitis C79Hepatitis D (delta hepatitis)83Hepatitis E85Herpes simplex infections87Human immunodeficiencyvirus oracquiredimmunodeficiency syndrome89Hydatid disease (echinococcosis)93Impetigo (school sores)95
Impetigo (school sores)information sheet97
Infectious mononucleosis(glandularfever)99Influenza101Invasive pneumococcal disease105 Japanese encephalitis107Kunjin virus disease109Legionellosis (Legionnaires’disease)111Leprosy (Hansens disease)115Leptospirosis117Listeriosis119Malaria123Measles (rubeola)127Melioidosis131Meningococcal disease133Molluscum contagiosum137
Molluscum contagiosuminformation sheet138
Mumps139Murray Valley encephalitis virus141Mycobacterial infections(non-tuberculosis)145Mycobacterial infections(tuberculosis)147
Mycobacterium ulcerans
151Pediculosis orhead lice153Pertussis (whooping cough)155Pinworm infection (threadworm)157Plague161Poliomyelitis163Psittacosis (ornithosis)167
Psittacosis information sheet169
Qfever171Rabies and Australian batlyssavirus174
Rabies and Australian batlyssavirusexposure information sheet176
Rickettsial infections179Ringworm ortinea181
Ringworm (tinea) information sheet183
Ross Rivervirus disease185Rotaviral gastroenteritis187Rubella (German measles)189Salmonellosis191Scabies193
Scabies information sheet195Guide to scabies managementin residential care facilities197
Severe acute respiratorysyndrome (SARS)199Shigellosis207Smallpox (variola)209Staphylococcal infections215Streptococcal disease(Group A beta-haemolyticstreptococcus)217Syphilis219Taeniasis223Tetanus225Toxoplasmosis227Typhoid and paratyphoid fever229Verotoxin producing E. coli(VTEC)231Viral gastroenteritis(notrotavirus)233Viral haemorrhagic fevers235Yellow fever239Appendix 1: Contacts243Appendix 2: Glossary245Appendix 3: Standard andadditional precautions247Appendix 4: Procedure formanaging an exposure toblood/body fluids/substances253Appendix 5: Procedure formanaging spills ofbloodand body fluids/substances257Appendix 6: Cleaning andwaste disposal procedures259Appendix 7: Infections inchildrens services centres263Appendix 8: School exclusiontable265
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