Jason E Eberhart-Phillips

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OBJECTIVE To describe the effects of measles in pregnancy using a large case series. METHODS Pregnant women with measles were identified by county health department records, and their hospital and clinic records were reviewed. When available, records for the infants of case patients were also reviewed. RESULTS Fifty-eight pregnant women with measles(More)
In February 1992, an outbreak of cholera occurred among persons who had flown on a commercial airline flight from South America to Los Angeles. This study was conducted to determine the magnitude and the cause of the outbreak. Passengers were interviewed and laboratory specimens were collected to determine the magnitude of the outbreak. A case-control study(More)
OBJECTIVE To assess cholera recognition and treatment by US health care workers in the largest cholera outbreak in the United States this century. DESIGN We reviewed the medical records of passengers from a flight on which a cholera outbreak occurred. To determine the availability of oral rehydration solutions, we surveyed treatment facilities and(More)
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