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Public Health Nursing Practice Manual

Acute Communicable Disease: Per Acute Communicable Disease Control Manual (B-73) (4-04)

Priority III – None Priority IV – Within 3 Days of Report:

  • 1.

    Cysticercosis

  • 2.

    Encephalitis, Arboviral

  • 3.

    Enteric infections (no sensitive occupation/situation)

  • A.

    Amebiasis

  • B.

    Campylobacteriosis

  • C.

    Cryptosporidiosis

  • D.

    Hepatitis A

  • E.

    Paratyphoid Fever

  • F.

    Salmonellosis

  • G.

    Shigellosis

  • H.

    Typhoid Case/Carrier

4. Foodborne Disease (if reported late)

Priority V – Within 4 Days of Report:

1. Mumps-outbreaks Priority VI – Within 7 Days of Report:

  • 1.

    Brucellosis

  • 2.

    Coccidiomycosis

  • 3.

    Leptospirosis

  • 4.

    Q Fever (Query Fever)

  • 5.

    Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever

Priority VII – Within 14 Days of Report: 1. Leprosy (Hansen’s Disease)

5.

Giardiasis (SOS and outbreaks only)

  • 6.

    Hepatitis B (acute cases only)

  • 7.

    Hepatitis C

  • 8.

    Listeriosis

  • 9.

    Meningitis, Viral-outbreaks

  • 10.

    Typhus, Flea-borne (murine

typhus, endemic typhus) 11. Others as indicated by Chief, ACDC

  • 6.

    Rubella, Acute or Postnatal

  • 7.

    Rubella, Congenital

  • 8.

    Tetanus

  • 9.

    Toxoplasmosis (Congenital

only) 10. Others as indicated by Chief, ACDC

Always consult the Acute Communicable Disease Control Manual (B-73) prior to action. Determine the priority for follow up of any disease or condition not listed here in consultation with PHN supervision with advice from the Area Medical Director and the ACDC Program Staff.

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