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Photo of the publication cover. Zika Care Connect Factsheet Zoonotic Diseases - Help December 8, 2017

Zika Care Connect aims to improve access to specialty healthcare services for the management of Zika virus infection during pregnancy and outcomes in infants caused by Zika. The program targets the most important and removable barriers to care, as identified by maternal and pediatric care experts. We focus on women infected with Zika during pregnancy, as well as infants born to mothers with laboratory evidence of Zika.



Photo of the publication cover. Hantavirus Information for Physicians & Healthcare Workers Zoonotic Diseases - Help July 12, 2017

This document provides a wealth of information about Hantavirus for New Mexico physicians and healthcare workers including clinical recognition, presumptive laboratory recognition, presumptive clinical and laboratory recognition, immediate consultation and referral, rapid diagnostic testing, and more.



Photo of the publication cover. Hantavirus Frequently Asked Questions Zoonotic Diseases - Help April 10, 2017

This fact sheet answers frequently asked questions about Hantavirus including what it is, what the symptoms are, how it spreads, how long people are contagious, what treatments are available, and how to protect yourself from the virus.

Hantavirus Preguntas más Frecuentes



Photo of the publication cover. West Nile Virus Fact Sheet Zoonotic Diseases - Help January 3, 2014

This fact sheet explains what West Nile Virus is, what the symptoms are, how the infection is spread, how long people are contagious for, what treatments are available, how you can protect yourself and your family, and more.

Virus del Nilo Occidental Hoja Informativa



Photo of the publication cover. West Nile Virus Frequently Asked Questions Zoonotic Diseases - Help January 3, 2014

This list of frequently asked questions explains about the virus, how people get infected, how it is transmitted, symptoms, treatment, and what to do if you get bitten by a mosquito.

Virus del Nilo Occidental Preguntas Más Frecuentes



Photo of the publication cover. Plague Frequently Asked Questions Zoonotic Diseases - Help January 3, 2014

This document answers common questions including what plague is, what symptoms are, how it spreads, how long people are contagious, what treatments are available, and more.

Preguntas más Frecuentes Sobre la Peste



Photo of the publication cover. West Nile Virus Manual for Investigation Zoonotic Diseases - Help December 11, 2013

The mosquito-borne viral encephalitides (arboviral diseases) are a group of acute central nervous system illnesses. The diseases of this group that occur in New Mexico are western equine encephalitis, St. Louis encephalitis, and West Nile virus.



Photo of the publication cover. Plague Manual for Investigation Zoonotic Diseases - Help December 9, 2013

Provides a wealth of information about plague for New Mexico physicians and healthcare workers including agent, mode of transmission, period of communicability, incubation period, common symptoms, specific forms of plague, laboratory diagnosis, treatment, surveillance, and reporting.



Photo of the publication cover. Rabies Manual for Investigation Zoonotic Diseases - Help May 1, 2013

Provides all the information required to investigate rabies cases including a summary of the disease, agent details, mode of transmission, period of communicability, incubation period, diagnosis, prophylaxis, surveillance, control measures, and more.



Photo of the publication cover. Plague Fact Sheet Zoonotic Diseases - Help February 7, 2013

This fact sheet explains what the plague is, how people get it, common forms of plague, how to protect yourself, and more.

Protéjase de la peste



Photo of the publication cover. West Nile Virus Diagnosis and Laboratory Testing Recommendations Zoonotic Diseases - Help September 20, 2012

Surveillance by the New Mexico Department of Health, physicians, veterinarians and local mosquito control agencies continues to demonstrate yearly West Nile virus activity in many New Mexico counties. Female mosquitoes can over-winter and remain infected with the virus so it is expected that WNV will perpetuate but at varying levels each year depending on environmental conditions.



Photo of the publication cover. Psittacosis Checklist for Pet Stores Zoonotic Diseases - Help June 2, 2011

Psittacosis (parrot fever) is a bacterial infection of humans resulting from exposure to infected birds, usually psittacine birds (e.g., cockatiels, parakeets, parrots, and macaws). The infection in birds is called avian chlamydiosis. Healthy appearing birds can be infected and shed the bacteria when stressed, causing infection of other species of birds (e.g., finches, canaries, and doves) housed in the same environment.



Photo of the publication cover. Psittacosis Checklist for Pet Owners Zoonotic Diseases - Help June 2, 2011

Psittacosis (parrot fever) is a bacterial infection of humans resulting from exposure to infected birds, usually psittacine birds (e.g., cockatiels, parakeets, parrots, and macaws). The infection in birds is called avian chlamydiosis. Healthy appearing birds can be infected and shed the bacteria when stressed, causing infection of other species of birds (e.g., finches, canaries, and doves) housed in the same environment.



Photo of the publication cover. Plague Information for Physicians & Healthcare Workers Zoonotic Diseases - Help September 1, 2009

This document provides a wealth of information about plague for New Mexico physicians and healthcare workers including modes of transmission, clinical recognition, treatment, clinical consultation and referral, public aspects of plague, and more.