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  1. How to Survive the Coming Plagues by Ragnar Benson, 2010
  2. Mortality rate patterns for hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome caused by Puumala virus.(DISPATCHES)(Report): An article from: Emerging Infectious Diseases by Marika Hjertqvist, Sabra L. Klein, et all 2010-10-01
  3. Scent of Danger: A Dale Kinsall Mystery (Five Star Mystery Series) by Doranna Durgin, 2008-12-10
  4. Rabies Lyme Disease Hanta by Cockrum, 1997-09-22
  5. The Tale of Dickie Deer Mouse by Arthur Scott Bailey, 2010-01-16
  6. Deadly Disease: On the Trail of a Killer Virus (New Explorers) by Elaine Pascoe, 1999-10
  7. The HARDS epidemic in the Southwest: An assessment of autumn rodent densities and population demographics in Central and Northern New Mexico, October 1993 (Sevilleta LTER publication) by Robert R Parmenter, 1993

101. Pan American Health Organization
hantavirus in the Americas Guidelines for Diagnosis, Treatment, Number of Cases of hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (HPS) (Region of the Americas,

102. Hantavirus In Iowa
The deer mouse may develop chronic hantavirus infection and shed virus in its Serologic testing for hantavirus is available at the Hygienic Laboratory.
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... August Hantavirus in Iowa
Volume 38, No. 2, p. 1-2 Tom Gahan, Immunology
Globally hantaviruses have been of public health significance for many years, but only recently were they found in the United States. A cluster of cases was detected during the spring and summer of 1993. The cases were found mostly in Native Americans residing in the Four Corners region of the Southwestern U.S. who had previously been in good health but developed adult respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). The new agent was named the Sin Nombre virus and it is associated with hantavirus pulmonary syndrome (HPS). Currently, 217 cases of HPS have been reported in the United States. HPS is an illness that begins with common flu-like symptoms such as fever, fatigue and muscle aches and progresses with headache, chills, dizziness, nausea, diarrhea and vomiting. Late symptoms include cough and shortness of breath as lungs fill with fluid. Currently, the case fatality rate is approximately 43% for all cases reported. The mean age of confirmed HPS cases is 37 years, with a range of 11 to 69. Sixty percent of cases are male, 40% are female, and 75% of all cases are white, 23% American Indians, and 2% are African American.

103. Mouse-borne Hantavirus
There is no known cure or vaccine for hantavirus pulmonary syndrome. The primary carrier of the HPS strain of hantavirus is the deer mouse.
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Mike Birmingham examining field specimens under the stereoscope During the fall and winter months, houses or outbuildings can provide a haven for mice and other rodents. These rodents are a nuisance, but they also pose a more serious health risk: the spread of viruses such as the hantaviruses. Hantaviruses consist of several different strains, one of which causes hantavirus pulmonary syndrome (HPS), a life-threatening disease marked by flu-like symptoms high fever, severe body aches, chills, troubled breathing and cough which progress rapidly to severe lung disease. There is no known cure or vaccine for hantavirus pulmonary syndrome. The mortality rate is high for disease in the U.S., about 37% according to recent CDC figures. The illness first made headlines in 1993 when health officials in the southwestern United States investigated a cluster of deaths in young people, identified it as a new disease, and learned that it was caused by hantavirus and transmitted by infected mice. Since then, more than 173 cases of the illness have been identified among humans in 28 states. The first confirmed case of HPS in Iowa occurred last spring and caused the death of a man who resided in a rural area near Alden in Hardin County.

104. Hantaviruses, With Emphasis On Four Corners Hantavirus (FCV)
The prototype hantavirus is Hantaan virus (HTN), which infects the Asian The Four Corners hantavirus (FCV) was shown to be the etiologic agent for cases

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getting infected with a hantavirus during field work in a West Virginia forest. The case, along with a nonfatal hantavirus infection in California,
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106. Hantavirus -
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107. Hantavirus Vaccine Elicits Antibody Response In Primates
Having successfully vaccinated rhesus macaques with a hantavirus vaccine candidate, the USAMRIID scientists next asked whether the neutralizing antibody
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108. Hantavirus And Vectors
hantavirus pulmonary syndrome is a serious, often deadly, respiratory illness. hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome is caused by a hantavirus carried by deer mice
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Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome is a serious, often deadly, respiratory illness. Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome is caused by a Hantavirus carried by deer mice and other rodents. In local rural areas deer mice are fairly common. The virus is passed through infected rodent droppings, urine, or saliva. Information is available concerning carrier identification, transmission, symptoms and prevention. This information can be accessed on-line at CDC site. You can also contact Environmental Health office at 800 West Canal Drive in Kennewick, during business hours or by phone at (509) 582-7761, ext. 246 for more information or to schedule a presentation on Hantavirus.
Follow these steps if you are cleaning up places in your home wheremice have fed, left droppings or nested:
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  • 109. Hantavirus -- 121002343
    hantavirus disease currently is being studied by a number of national health The CDC has issued interim guidelines for preventing hantavirus disease
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    Hantavirus disease currently is being studied by a number of national health organizations including the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). The CDC has issued interim guidelines for preventing hantavirus disease titled "Hantavirus Infection - Southwestern United States: Interim Recommendations for Risk Reduction" . This guideline and other information is available from their website at:
    Some General Precautions
    • Don't dry sweep suspected contaminated areas without using a respirator. Don't shake out contaminated clothing. Soak contaminated materials in disinfectant before handling. Take steps to prevent rodents from entering buildings. Use gloves when handling all rodent carcasses and contaminated materials. Refer to CDC guidelines for a comprehensive list.

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