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Tags: communicable diseases West Nile virus

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May 11, 2018

Description

Intended for public health professionals, this resource presents the recommended practices for the management and reporting of West Nile virus as a notifiable disease. Topics covered include: a case definition of the disease; information on reporting requirements; disease etiology; clinical...


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September 13, 2016

Description

Degree Days are a measurement of heat accumulation. For the purpose of this report, Degree Days are calculated by subtracting the threshold temperature for West Nile Virus development (14.3 degrees celcius) from the daily mean temperature. Calculating the cumulative Degree Days over a season can...


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September 15, 2015

Description

Degree Days are a measurement of heat accumulation. For the purpose of this report, Degree Days are calculated by subtracting the threshold temperature for West Nile Virus development (14.3 degrees celcius) from the daily mean temperature. Calculating the cumulative Degree Days over a season can...


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January 1, 2015

Description

Degree Days are a measurement of heat accumulation. For the purpose of this report, Degree Days are calculated by subtracting the threshold temperature for West Nile Virus development (14.3 degrees celcius) from the daily mean temperature. Calculating the cumulative Degree Days over a season can...


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May 1, 2012

Description

This annual report provides information on the incidence of the West Nile virus (WNV) in Alberta and Alberta's actions to respond to the virus for the calendar year under review. In each year covered by an annual report, an interdepartmental committee was established to prepare a provincial...


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September 1, 2009

Description

After initial introduction and spread in 2002 and 2003, West Nile virus (WNv) is now endemic in parts of the province, especially in south eastern Alberta. Clinicians will need to consider the possibility of WNv infection in their symptomatic patients each summer and fall. This information sheet...


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January 1, 2005

Description

Under the leadership of the Provincial Health Office, five government departments have expanded and updated a coordinated provincial plan for responding to West Nile virus in Alberta. The purpose of the plan is to minimize the risk of WNv infection to humans. A number of coordinated activities...


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January 1, 2004

Description

Under the leadership of the Provincial Health Office, five government departments have expanded and updated a coordinated provincial plan for responding to West Nile virus in Alberta. The purpose of the plan is to minimize the risk of WNv infection to humans. A number of coordinated activities...