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MSMR Index June 2019

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6/1/2019

MSMR Vol. 26 No. 6 - June 2019

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6/1/2019

A monthly publication of the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Branch. This issue of the peer-reviewed journal contains the following articles: Modeling Lyme disease host animal habitat suitability, West Point, New York; Incidence, timing, and seasonal patterns of heat illnesses during U.S. Army basic combat training, 2014–2018; Update: Heat illness, active component, U.S. Armed Forces, 2018; Update: Exertional rhabdomyolysis, active component, U.S. Armed Forces, 2014–2018; Update: Exertional hyponatremia, active component, U.S. Armed Forces, 2003–2018

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Progress Toward Polio Eradication — Worldwide, January 2017–March 2019

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5/24/2019

Wild poliovirus (WPV) transmission has been interrupted in all but three countries: Afghanistan, Nigeria, and Pakistan. No WPV cases have been detected in Nigeria since 2016, but WPV transmission has continued in Afghanistan and Pakistan in all previously identified reservoirs.

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Low-Volume High-Risk Surgical Procedures: Surgical Volume and Its Relationship to Patient Safety and Quality of Care: Second Part

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5/20/2019

DHB Report: Low-Volume High-Risk Surgical Procedures: Surgical Volume and Its Relationship to Patient Safety and Quality of Care: Second Part

Notes from the Field: Community Outbreak of Measles — Clark County, Washington, 2018–2019

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5/17/2019

A measles outbreak has affected dozens in Washington, and of approximately 3,800 contacts of infected patients, 22 percent lacked acceptable presumptive evidence of measles immunity.

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Notes from the Field: Measles Outbreaks from Imported Cases in Orthodox Jewish Communities — New York and New Jersey, 2018–2019

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5/17/2019

Measles outbreaks in New York and New Jersey occurred after unvaccinated travelers reported recent travel to Israel, where a measles outbreak of more than 3,000 cases is ongoing.

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DRC Ebola May 17, 2019

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5/17/2019

From 30 APR 2018 to 17 APR 2019, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) Ministry of Health (MOH) has reported 1,302 (+195) confirmed and probable Ebola virus disease (EVD) cases from 21 health zones (HZs) in North Kivu and Ituriprovinces in northeastern DRC. On both 11 and 13 APR, the Ministry of Health (MOH) reported 20 newly confirmed cases, the highest incidence reported in a single day since the start of the outbreak. KatwaHZ remains the outbreak hotspot, but newly confirmed cases continue to be reported from multiple HZs. From 21 MAR to 10 APR, Katwa, Vuhovi, and MandimaHZs reported the highest number of cases, 62% of the 214 confirmed cases reported. There have been 843 (+148) deaths (case fatality proportion 65%). As of 17 APR, confirmed and probable cases have been reported from Katwa(432 (+110)), (Beni(260 (+10)), Butembo(122 (+18)), Mabalako(111 (+5)), Vuhovi(73 (+24)), Kalunguta(64 (+3)), Oicha(40 (+1)), Masereka(31 (+2)), Kyondo(19 (+1)), Musienene(8 (-1)), Kayna(7 (-1)), Biena(6), Manguredjipa(5), Mutwanga(4), and Lubero(4)HZs in North Kivu Province. In IturiProvince, cases have been reported from Mandima(75 (+19)), Komanda(36), Tchomia(2), Rwampara(1), Nyankunde(1), and Bunia (1)HZs.On 11 APR, the MOH reported that two workers at RughendaAirport in Butembowere transferred to an Ebola Treatment Unit (ETU) after testing positive for EVD. Response teams vaccinated airport staff anddisinfected the airport.

Defense Health Agency Strategy Map

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5/16/2019

The Defense Health Agency (DHA), a Combat Support Agency, lead the MHS integrated system of readiness and health to deliver the Quadruple Aim - increased readiness, better health, better care, and lower cost.

Increase in Hepatitis A Virus Infections — United States, 2013–2018

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5/10/2019

During 2016–2018, reports of hepatitis A infections in the United States increased by 294% compared with 2013–2015, related to outbreaks associated with contaminated food items, among men who have sex with men, and primarily, among persons who report drug use or homelessness.

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Current Active Surveys

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5/10/2019

Current Active Surveys provides a list of all Active Surveys sponsored by Defense Health Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation.

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FY19 Q3 TPCP All Measures Report

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5/10/2019

FY19 Q2 TPCP Collections Summary

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5/10/2019

FY19 Q3 TPCP Collections Summary

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5/10/2019

FY19 Q2 TPCP All Measures Report

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5/10/2019

Progress Toward Measles Elimination — European Region, 2009–2018

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5/3/2019

By end of 2017, 70 percent of European Region countries were verified to have eliminated endemic measles. During 2017–2018, however, a resurgence of measles occurred, with large-scale outbreaks in Ukraine, Serbia, and some countries that had achieved elimination.

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