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Creator: NETEC
Subject: Infection Control
Item Type: Guide
Date Last Updated: 2021-07-29
Description: On July 27, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updated guidance for fully vaccinated people given new evidence on the B.1.617.2 (Delta) variant of COVID-19 currently circulating in the United States. Updated mask guidelines…

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Creator: Chu, Victoria T., Anna R. Yousaf, Karen Chang, Noah G. Schwartz, Clinton J. McDaniel, Scott H. Lee, Christine M. Szablewski, Marie Brown, Cherie L. Drenzek, Emilio Dirlikov, Dale A. Rose, Julie Villanueva, Alicia M. Fry, Aron J. Hall, Hannah L.…
Subject: Infection Control
Item Type: Publication
Date Last Updated: 2021-07-21
Description: Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection in children is often asymptomatic or results in only mild disease. Data on the extent of transmission of SARS-CoV-2 from children and adolescents in the household setting,…

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Creator: NETEC
Subject: Infection Control
Item Type: Guide
Date Last Updated: 2021-07-19
Description: NETEC recommends the “Identify, Isolate, and Inform” strategy. In this article, we provide a quick list of transmission precautions, PPE, waste, and other medical countermeasures.

CDC Vesicular-Pustular rash-illness-protocol_Dec 2016[12].pdf
Creator: CDC
Subject: Infection Control
Item Type: Protocol
Date Last Updated: 2016-12-01
Description: This protocol has been developed to guide the sequence and type of laboratory testing to be undertaken in situations involving specimens from patients with acute, generalized vesicular or pustular rash illness, or suspected smallpox vaccine (vaccinia…

Creator: WHO
Subject: Infection Control
Item Type: Guide
Date Last Updated: 2018-09-26
Description: *Ebola, Marburg and other hemorrhagic fevers that share similar human-to-human transmission characteristicsGuidance document. WHO Team Access to Assistive Technology and Medical Devices, Access to Medicines and Health Products, Health Product…

Breaking the COVID-19 Chain of Infection_esp.pdf
Creator: NETEC
Subject: Infection Control
Item Type: Guide
Date Last Updated: 2020-12-17
Description: This printable flyer is a Spanish language version of "Breaking the COVID-19 Chain of Infection." La cadena de infección demuestra el paso del contagio del coronavirus de persona a persona. Para esparcirse, las conexiones en la cadena deberían de…

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Creator: Emory
Subject: Infection Control
Item Type: Video
Date Last Updated: 2021-05-11
Description: This recorded session joined Emory and Children's Healthcare of Atlanta pediatric infectious diseases experts Dr. Andi Shane and Dr. Evan Anderson for a live discussion on the latest info on COVID-19 vaccines for children, hosted by public health…

Terminal Clean_Emory.pdf
Creator: Emory
Subject: Infection Control
Item Type: Protocol
Date Last Updated: 2017-09-09
Description: SCOPE:The SCDU follows a defined set of protocols for activation of the Unit. Because the SCDU must be prepared for a wide range of infectious agents, plans exist to respond as appropriate based on the agent and clinical presentation of the patient.…

Creator: Ridder, M. P., K. D. Paladino, J. J. Lowe, and M. E. Rupp.
Subject: Infection Control
Item Type: Publication
Date Last Updated: 2021-04-06
Description: Prior outbreaks of respiratory viruses have demonstrated the need for adequate personal protective equipment (PPE) for healthcare workers, particularly filtering facepiece respirators (FFR). Due to shortfalls of PPE during the SARS CoV-2 pandemic,…

Creator: Leshem, Eyal, and Benjamin Alan Lopman.
Subject: Infection Control
Item Type: Publication
Date Last Updated: 2021-04-23
Description: Vaccines act by two broad main mechanisms. They can block infection occurring entirely or they can halt the progression to symptoms after infection occurs.