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IDCU HomeInfectious Diseases A-C

      Amebiasis
      Anthrax
      Arboviral Encephalitides
      Avian Flu
      Botulism
      Brucella (Brucellosis)
      Campylobacteriosis
      Chagas Disease
      Chickenpox (Varicella)
      Cholera
      Chronic Wasting Disease
      Coccidioidomycosis
      Coxsackievirus A16
      Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD)
      Cryptosporidiosis
      Cyclospora
      Cytomegalovirus (CMV)

D-G

      Dengue Fever & DHF
      Diphtheria
      Ebola & Marburg
      Ehrlichiosis
      Encephalitides, Arboviral
      Encephalitis,Bacterial or Viral
      Epstein-Barr Virus
      E.coli O157:H7
      Fifth Disease
      Flu
     Gastroenteritis
     Giardiasis
     Guillain-Barre Syndrome

H-L

     Haemophilus influenzae Type b (Hib)
     Hand, Foot & Mouth Disease
     Hansen's Disease (Leprosy)
     Hantaviruses
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     Kawasaki Syndrome
     Legionnaire's Disease
     Leishmaniasis
     Leptospirosis
     Listeriosis
     Lyme Disease

M-Q

     Malaria
     Measles
     Meningitis
     Meningococcal Invasive
     Mumps
     Murine Typhus
     Pertussis
     Plague
     Polio
     Primary Amebic Meningoencephalitis
     Psittacosis
     Q Fever

R-S

     Rabies
     Respiratory Syncytial Virus
     Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
     Rubella
     Salmonellosis
     SARS
      Shigellosis
      Smallpox (Variola)
      Staphylococcal
      Strep (Group A & B, S.Pneumo)

T-Z

      Taeniasis
      Tetanus
      Tick Borne Diseases
      Toxoplasmosis
      Trichinosis
      Tuberculosis (TB)
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      Typhoid Fever
      Typhus
      Vibrio Infections
      WestNile
      Yellow Fever

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Disease Reporting

      Disease Reporting Contacts
      Notifiable Conditions
      Investigation and Surveillance Forms
      Reporting Forms
      Lab Test/Specimen Submission
      Laboratory Tests for Diseases and Agents
      Laboratory Reporting
      Veterinary Reporting
      Epi Case Criteria
      Case Definitions
      Antibiotic Resistant Isolate
      Blood Lead Level Reporting
      Cancer Reporting
      Contaminated Sharps Injury
      Electronic Reporting (NEDSS)
      HIV/STD Reporting
      TB Forms

Related Rules & Regulations

      Notifiable Conditions
      Communicable Disease Control Measures
      Texas Administrative Code
      Impoundment Facilities
      Veterinary Responsibilities in Disease Reporting
      Animal Import and Export Requirements
      Statewide Wild Animal Transport Restrictions
      Pet Vaccine Requirements and Protocol
      Animal Shelters
      Rabies Quarantine and Impoundment Facilities
      Local Animal Control Regulations
      Pet Stores and Salmonellosis Acquired from Reptiles
      Dangerous Wild Animals (bears, lions, tigers, chimpanzees)

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       Infectious Disease Control Unit
       Mail Code: 1960
       PO BOX 149347 - Austin, TX 78714-9347
       1100 West 49th Street, Suite T801
       Austin, TX 78714

       Phone: (512) 776-7676
       Fax: (512) 776-7616

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 Reporting
 FREE TRAINING ON NHSN REPORTING
The Association for Prevention of Infection and Control (APIC) is providing free NHSN
reporting training

 NHSN Training and Enrollment: 5 Steps To Get Started
National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) Training and Enrollment Requirements for the
Hospital Inpatient Quality Reporting Program

 What to Report(49KB)
Are you an ambulatory surgical center (facility licensed under Chapter 243) or a general hospital
(hospital licensed under Chapter 241) or a hospital that provides surgical or obstetrical services
and is maintained or operated by the State?

 Texas Legislation & Reporting Rules
Texas HAI legislation resources and information

 National Conference of State Legislatures Reporting Lessons
Lessons from the Pioneers: Reporting Healthcare-Associated Infections

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Last updated March 25, 2011

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