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  • Tags: Monkeypox

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Creator: World Health Organization
Subject: General
Item Type: Guide
Date Last Updated: 2018-02-08
Description: The R & D Blueprint provides information about a list of prioritized diseases and pathogens that have been selected because they pose a public health risk because of their epidemic potential and their lack of countermeasures.

CDC Vesicular-Pustular rash-illness-protocol_Dec 2016[12].pdf
Creator: CDC
Subject: Laboratory
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…

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Creator: Public Health Agency of Canada
Subject: General
Item Type:
Date Last Updated: 2011-02-18
Description: PATHOGEN SAFETY DATA SHEET - INFECTIOUS SUBSTANCES SECTION I - INFECTIOUS AGENTSECTION II – HAZARD IDENTIFICATIONSECTION III - DISSEMINATIONSECTION IV - STABILITY AND VIABILITYSECTION V – FIRST AID / MEDICALSECTION VI - LABORATORY HAZARDSSECTION…

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Creator: North Carolina Communicable Disease Manual
Subject: Treatment & Care
Item Type: Guide
Date Last Updated: 2007-11
Description: NC Communicable Disease Manual/Case Definitions: MonkeypoxFrom: https://epi.dph.ncdhhs.gov/cd/lhds/manuals/cd/reportable_diseases.html

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Creator: the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration
Subject: Waste Management
Item Type: Guide
Date Last Updated: 2005-05-19
Description: The requirements adopted for the UN Recommendations establish a two-tiered classification system for Division 6.2 materials—Category A and Category B. A Category A infectious substance poses a higher degree of risk than a Category B infectious…