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The Emerging and Acute Infectious Diseases Guideline (EAIDG)

***UPDATED April 2015***  ( PDFPDF, 5.35 MB) 

The purpose of this handbook is to provide a centralized resource for outbreak and reportable disease investigations to local and regional health departments in Texas. This handbook is intended as a tool to help local and regional public health staff with their surveillance activities and investigations. Our hope is that this handbook will continue to grow over the years and highlight some of the best investigation practices in the state. Information covers control measures, case definitions, case statuses, laboratory collection/shipping procedures and more. 

List of Individual Chapters:

Table of Contents (PDF, 148 KB) 

Amebiasis, (PDF)

Amebic Meningitis/Encephalitis (PDF, 305 KB)

Botulism, (PDF)

Campylobacteriosis, (PDF)

CRS (Congenital Rubella Syndrome)(PDF, 241 KB)

Cryptosporidiosis, (PDF)

Cyclosporiasis, (PDF)

Diphtheria (PDF, 354 KB)

Ebola (PDF)

GAS  (Streptococcus pyogenes, Invasive) (PDF, 233 KB)

Gastroenteritis Outbreaks (PDF)

GBS (Streptococcus agalactiae, Invasive) (PDF, 224 KB)

HAV  (PDF, 256 KB)

HBV (Acute and Perinatal) (PDF, 579 KB)

HCV (PDF, 236 KB)

HEV (PDF)

Hib (PDF, 466 KB)

Legionellosis (PDF, 436 KB)

Listeriosis (PDF, 336 KB)

Measles (PDF, 839 KB)

MDROs (Multi-Drug Resistant Organisms) (PDF)

Meningococcal Disease, Invasive (PDF, 547 KB)

Mumps (PDF, 365 KB)

Norovirus (PDF, 51 KB)

Novel Flu    (PDF, 315 KB)

Pediatric Flu Death (PDF, 296 KB)

Pertussis (PDF, 444 KB)

Polio (PDF, 250 KB)

Rubella (PDF, 380 KB)

Salmonellosis (PDF, 752 KB)

Shigellosis, (PDF)

STEC  (Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli) (PDF, 375 KB)

Streptococcus pneumoniae (PDF, 143 KB)

Tetanus (PDF, 410 KB)

Typhoid Fever, (PDF)

Varicella (PDF, 338 KB)

Vibriosis, including Cholera (PDF, 356 KB)

VISA/VRSA  (PDF)

Yersiniosis,(PDF)

Appendix A: Additional Flowcharts (PDF, 338 KB)

Appendix B: Exposure Notifications (PDF, 329 KB)

Appendix C: Laboratory Resources (PDF, 713 KB)

Appendix D: Policies for Requesting Vaccine for Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PDF, 436 KB)

 

 

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Last updated April 22, 2015