Female respondents were more likely than male respondents to perceive SARS to be transmittable
through different modes (rats and cockroaches, animal meat, and sewage) or to perceive efficacy in disinfecting living quarters, washing hands frequently, and using traditional Chinese medicine for SARS prevention (p < 0.
With unintended irony the prospectus also discusses under risk factors how the "Company will be required to rely upon medical experts to conduct and interpret the results of testing designed to detect the infection or exposure of any Independent Contractor to a sexually transmittable
Develop, promote and implement best practices for monitoring and controlling livestock diseases that are potentially transmittable
to the bear population;
The council suggested that such people should go for health checkup after staying outside the country to ensure that they are free from any transmittable
Summary: A 40-year-old man, who used to work at the laboratory of Al Muhaisnah medical fitness centre, has been charged in absentia with soliciting and accepting Dh900 for forging the test results of three men with transmittable
wash hands) aims to improve practices inside healthcare facilities and to curb life-threatening transmittable
The virus responsible for the outbreak, H7N3, has occasionally caused human disease in various parts of the world, according to the United Nations, but has not shown itself to be easily transmittable
He however said that the baseline for the number of transmittable
diseases was 250, which include Anthrax, Babesiosis, Balantidiasis, Brucellosis, Cholera, Cowpox, Dengue fever, Congo and others.
html) solution automatically monitors hand hygiene of employees in the healthcare facilities to prevent the spread of hospital acquired infections and other transmittable
One of the men who raped the European teenager was HIV-positive, but the victim has since been found to be clear of the sexually transmittable
Fatal Contact: Bird Flu in America,'' which aired Tuesday night, dramatized an outbreak of the H5N1 avian flu virus from its origins in a Hong Kong market to a pandemic virus that became easily transmittable
among humans and spread rapidly around the world, killing several hundred million people.
Because scientists fear the virus will eventually mutate and be transmittable
from human to human.