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Report immediately notifiable conditions, or other issue of public health concern, to the local health department (LHD) where the patient resides, or to the local health department of the event or outbreak.
If LHD personnel are unavailable, healthcare providers should report the case to the NJDOH Communicable Disease Service at 609-826-5964, (normal business hours) or 609-392-2020 (weekends, evenings, and holidays).
NJDOH continues to urge providers to remain vigilant for cases of measles (consider measles in persons who present with fever and rash) and would like to remind all health care and public health professionals about the importance of receiving up-to-date immunizations, especially prior to international travel.
From January 1 through March 22 this year, 28 confirmed cases of measles were reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (AR, IL, IN, KS, MI, NYS, NYC, OK, PA, TN, and TX).
As an added precaution, hospital Emergency Departments are encouraged to provide signage which directs staff and/or patients to identify anyone presenting with fever and rash.
In Summary Patients should also be tested if they received services at a previous medical practice known as Advanced Medicine of Mount Kisco.
One Kansas case visited tourist attractions in and around St. Unrelated exposures have also occurred recently at three airports: Detroit Metropolitan Airport (Michigan) on March 6, 2018, and Newark Liberty International Airport (New Jersey) and Memphis International Airport (Tennessee) on March 12, 2018.
Links to press releases can be found below for additional information on updated exposure locations.
Given these events, knowing that we're two weeks away from the Labor Day weekend and closing in on some important anniversaries (such as 9/11), and understanding that we've yet to enter the peak of our "hurricane season," now is the opportune time to review emergency plans, policies, and procedures; test equipment; check supplies and other resources; reinforce organizational structures and emergency job responsibilities; and, drill/exercise to test capabilities.Immunocompromised patients and patients who are not fully immune may have an atypical presentation. residents who travel abroad and vaccinate if necessary.Recommendations Health care providers should maintain vigilance for measles importations and have a high index of suspicion for measles in persons with a clinically compatible illness who have traveled abroad or who have been in contact with travelers. Measles is endemic in many countries, including popular travel destinations.Below you will find an updated PDF version of our "Preparedness Briefing" with links to resources critical for your emergency preparedness and operations; also attached are the two PDF posters we've published on initial steps during emergency operations, and considerations for different types of emergencies (hard copies are available by emailing contact.preparedness at gov).
Preparedness Briefing PDF Emergency Opertions PDF 1 Emergency Operations PDF 2 You should also be reminded to be on alert for any unusual disease activity.
The disease can result in severe complications, including pneumonia and encephalitis.