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Surveillance Snapshot: Illness and Injury Burdens Among Reserve Component Members, U.S. Armed Forces, 2022

Image of Article 4 cover. Numbers of medical encounters, individuals affected, and Hospital Bed-Days by Burden of Disease major category, Reserve Component, U.S. Armed Forces, 2022.

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Oct 1, 2023

MSMR Vol. 30 No. 10 - October 2023

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The October 2023 Medical Surveillance Monthly Report (MSMR) provides a review of the incidence of colorectal cancer among active component service members from 2010 to 2022; followed by a study of force protection risks in AFRICOM, INDOPACOM, and SOUTHCOM due to rapid diagnostic test failures for P. falciparum malaria from 2016 to 2022; then an update ...

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Sep 1, 2023

Update: Routine Screening for Antibodies to Human Immunodeficiency Virus, U.S. Armed Forces, Active and Reserve Components, January 2018–June 2023

This report provides an update through June 2023 of routine screening results for antibodies to HIV among members of the U.S. military. From January 2018 through June 2023, approximately 7 million U.S. military service members (active component, reserve component, and national guard) were tested for HIV antibodies; 1,502 were identified as HIV ...

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Sep 1, 2023

MSMR Vol. 30 No. 9 - September 2023

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The September 2023 MSMR provides the annual update of routine screening for antibodies to HIV among the active and reserve components of the U.S. Armed Forces; followed by a serological survey of Ross River virus (RRV) infection among U.S. Marine expeditionary forces who train in Australia; followed by a Surveillance Snapshot of the 10 leading ...

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Aug 1, 2023

Case Report: Complicated Urinary Tract Infection Due to an Extensively Resistant Escherichia coli in a Returning Traveler

This article presents the medical case report of a 76-year-old man who returned to the U.S. following overseas travel and was admitted at Hawai'i's Tri­pler Army Medical Center with a complicated urinary tract infection due to an extensively resistant strain of E. coli.

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