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DRC Ebola May 3, 2019

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5/3/2019

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.

Deployment Health Assessment, May 2019

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5/1/2019

Update: Deployment Health Assessments, U.S. Armed Forces, January 2017 report. Since January 2003, pronounced fluctuations in the monthly numbers of pre- and post-deployment health assessment forms transmitted to the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Branch generally have corresponded to times of departure and return of large numbers of service members who deployed. Between April 2006 and December 2016, the number of post-deployment health reassessment (PDHRA) forms per month ranged from 5,632 to 36,863 (Figure 1). During the past 12 months (January 2016–December 2016), numbers of post-deployment health assessment and reassessment forms per month have been relatively stable (Figure 1, Table 1). The rolling 1-year averages for monthly numbers of post-deployment health reassessments for the most recent 12-month period were the 12 lowest averages since July 2006 (data not shown). Read more:

MSMR Index May 2019

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5/1/2019

MSMR Vol. 26 No. 5 - May 2019

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5/1/2019

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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Increase in Measles Cases — United States, January 1–April 26, 2019

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4/29/2019

A total of 704 cases of measles have been reported in the United States this year, the highest number reported since 1994. Outbreaks in underimmunized, close-knit communities accounted for 88 percent of all cases.

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Seasonal Influenza Summary: April 27, 2019

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4/27/2019

Sentinel Events by Military Hospital

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4/26/2019

We encourage our medical staffs to report all types of patient safety events – injuries, illnesses and especially deaths. Sentinel events are those that result in harm to a patient and that require immediate reporting, response and investigation. More reported events don’t necessarily mean more events have occurred. It could mean that more providers have reported events. We use this measure to see how many patient safety events are reported. This measure is a facility-specific one that shows you what sentinel events occurred in individual hospitals or clinics.

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Sentinel Events Across the MHS

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4/26/2019

We encourage our medical staffs to report all types of patient safety events – injuries, illnesses and especially deaths. Sentinel events are those that result in harm to a patient and that require immediate reporting, response and investigation. More reported events don’t necessarily mean more events have occurred. It could mean that more providers have reported events. This measure is a system-wide one that gives you a snapshot of what kind of sentinel events the entire system reported over the past five years.

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DRC Ebola April 19, 2019

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4/19/2019

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.

Seasonal Influenza Summary: April 14, 2019

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4/14/2019

Seasonal Influenza Summary: April 13, 2019

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4/13/2019

Notes from the Field: Hepatitis A Outbreak Associated with Drug Use and Homelessness – West Virginia, 2018

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4/12/2019

A hepatitis A outbreak among people experiencing homelessness or using drugs in West Virginia prompted a local health department to launch a vaccination campaign that included opt-out vaccination upon entry into homeless shelters; vaccinations at meal centers, drop-in centers, and other locations where services are provided to persons experiencing homelessness.

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Notes from the Field: Acute Hepatitis A Virus Infection Among Previously Vaccinated Persons with HIV Infection – Tennessee, 2018

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4/12/2019

During an ongoing Hepatitis A outbreak in Tennessee, it was found that previous vaccination did not reliably provide protection among some persons with HIV infection.

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Prime Enrollees Consumer Watch: 2019 Q1 - US MHS

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4/11/2019

Prime Enrollees Consumer Watch shows what TRICARE Prime enrollees in your service say about their health care in the Health Care Survey of DoD Beneficiaries (HCSDB).

Prime Enrollees Consumer Watch: 2019 Q1 - West Region

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4/11/2019

Prime Enrollees Consumer Watch shows what TRICARE Prime enrollees in your service say about their health care in the Health Care Survey of DoD Beneficiaries (HCSDB).

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