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  1. HANTAVIRUS, MICE AND US.(Neighbors): An article from: The Santa Fe New Mexican (Santa Fe, NM) by Gale Reference Team, 2008-09-28
  2. HANTAVIRUS AND HANTA DISEASE: An entry from Gale's <i>World of Microbiology and Immunology</i>
  3. Bunyaviruses: Rift Valley Fever, Hantavirus, Crimean-congo Hemorrhagic Fever, Tospovirus, Virus Sin Nombre, La Crosse Encephalitis
  4. Hantavirus in African wood mouse, Guinea.(DISPATCHES): An article from: Emerging Infectious Diseases by Boris Klempa, Elisabeth Fichet-Calvet, et all 2006-05-01
  5. 21st Century Collection Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Emerging Infectious Diseases (EID): Comprehensive Collection from 1995 to 2002 with Accurate and Detailed Information on Dozens of Serious Virus and Bacteria Illnesses ¿ Hantavirus, Influenza, AIDS, Malaria, TB, Pox, Bioterrorism, Smallpox, Anthrax, Vaccines, Lyme Disease, Rabies, West Nile Virus, Hemorrhagic Fevers, Ebola, Encephalitis (Core Federal Information Series) by U.S. Government, 2002-10-20
  6. Hantavirus Infections: An entry from Gale's <i>Gale Encyclopedia of Medicine, 3rd ed.</i> by Janie Franz, Teresa Odle, 2006
  7. HANTAVIRUS INFECTIONS: An entry from UXL's <i>UXL Complete Health Resource</i>
  8. Threat of hantavirus pulmonary syndrome to field biologists working with small mammals.(SYNOPSIS): An article from: Emerging Infectious Diseases by Douglas A. Kelt, Dirk H. Van Vuren, et all 2007-09-01
  9. While at a pet store, my son fell in love with a mouse. (no evidence that pet rodents pose Hantavirus risk)(Ask Dr. Cory): An article from: Humpty Dumpty's Magazine by Cory SerVaas, 1994-10-01
  10. Sympatry of 2 hantavirus strains, Paraguay, 2003-2007.(DISPATCHES)(Report): An article from: Emerging Infectious Diseases by Yong-Kyu Chu, Douglas Goodin, et all 2009-12-01
  11. Hantavirus in northern short-tailed shrew, United States.(DISPATCHES)(Clinical report): An article from: Emerging Infectious Diseases by Satoru Arai, Jin-Won Song, et all 2007-09-01
  12. Predicting high risk for human hantavirus infections, Sweden.(DISPATCHES): An article from: Emerging Infectious Diseases by Gert E. Olsson, Marika Hjertqvist, et all 2009-01-01
  13. Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome, French Guiana.(Letter to the editor): An article from: Emerging Infectious Diseases by Severine Matheus, Felix Djossou, et all 2010-04-01
  14. Evidence of Hantavirus Infection in Microtus Ochrogaster in St. Louis County, Missouri.: An article from: Transactions of the Missouri Academy of Science by Jerrold J. Scharninghausen, Richard M. Pitts, et all 1999-01-01

61. Hantavirus
EDMONTON – A woman from central Alberta has died – and her daughter and another relative are in hospital – after contracting hantavirus, health officials Hazards/hantavirus.htm
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62. Hantavirus Infections - Definition, Description, Symptoms
hantavirus infections are caused by a group of viruses known as hantaviruses. These viruses cause two serious illnesses in humans.
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Hantavirus infections are caused by a group of viruses known as hantaviruses. These viruses cause two serious illnesses in humans. They are hemorrhagic (pronounced heh-meh-RA-jik) fever with renal syndrome (HFRS) and hantavirus pulmonary syndrome (HPS).
Hantaviruses live in rodents, such as rats and mice, without causing any symptoms. The viruses can be transmitted (passed on to) humans by way of urine, feces, or saliva from the rodents. Five different kinds of hantaviruses have been discovered so far. Each is found in a different geographical region and in different kinds of rodents. As an example, the virus known as the hantaan virus is carried by the striped field mouse. It is found primarily in Korea, China, East Russia, and the Balkans. This virus causes HFRS. Another type of hantavirus is called the Sin Nombre virus. It is carried by the deer mouse and found primarily in southwestern United States and causes severe cases of HPS.
The two forms of hantavirus infections each have distinctive symptoms.

63. CROETweb: Hantavirus Safety And Health — Occupational Safety & Health
Occupational safety and health resources for hantavirus.

64. FYI Hantavirus « Grassroots Science
When I checked a few years ago, there were some deermice in southeast Alaska (British Columbia) but I haven’t heard of any hantavirus from these creatures.
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  • Pam ... 2006 June 14 at 8:02 am Each disease has its own territory. For decades, McKinley County has been the hot spot for hantavirus , and Santa Fe County has been the hot spot for plague. Since 2000, however, the number of hantavirus cases and deaths has fallen sharply. The worst years were 1993 followed by a pernicious stretch between 1998 and 2000.
  • 65. Update: Hantavirus Disease -- United States, 1993
    Emerging Infectious Diseases Update hantavirus Disease United States, 1993.
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    Emerging Infectious Diseases Update: Hantavirus Disease United States, 1993
    MMWR 42(31);612-614
    Publication date: 08/13/1993
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    Since the recognition of acute hantavirus-associated respiratory disease in the United States in May 1993, laboratory evidence of acute hantavirus infection has been confirmed in 30 persons in the southwestern United States; 20 (67%) of these persons have died. Of those 30 persons, 23 resided in the four-corners region (14 in New Mexico, six in Arizona, and three in Colorado). Previously reported cases outside the four-corners states occurred in a Nevada resident (1) and a Texas resident (2), neither of whom had traveled to the four-corners area, and a resident of another state who had traveled to and presumably was infected in the four-corners area (3). This report summarizes the other four confirmed cases and describes two cases under investigation; all of these cases occurred outside the four-corners area during July 1992-August 1993.
    Confirmed Cases California. Two cases have been confirmed in California. In the first, in July 1993, a 27-year-old field biologist, who was working on the eastern slope of the California Sierra Nevada mountain range, had acute onset of an illness characterized by 2 days of fever, myalgia, and headache. The patient developed rapidly progressive bilateral interstitial infiltrates and hypoxemia and died the following day. Hantavirus infection was confirmed by IgM serology, PCR, and a positive immunohistochemical stain for hantavirus antigen on lung tissue. The second case was in a 29-year-old ranch worker on the California coast who died of rapidly progressive respiratory failure during September 1992, following 3 days of fever, myalgia, and cough. Recent immuno- histochemical staining of preserved autopsy tissues revealed hantavirus antigen. Neither person had recently traveled to the four-corners area.

    66. City Of Del Mar - Hantavirus Confirmed In Two Wild Mice - Residents Are Urged To
    Dec 28, 2007 hantavirus is carried by wild rodents, primarily deer mice. It is found in rodent droppings and urine and can be inhaled by humans when it
    Wednesday, May 28 , 2008 Home News Hantavirus Confirmed in Two Wild Mice - Residents are Urged to Take Precautions to Avoid Exposure Del Mar News Hantavirus Confirmed in Two Wild Mice - Residents are Urged to Take Precautions to Avoid Exposure December 28, 2007 County Vector Control confirmed today that two wild mice trapped during routine monitoring at Torrey Pines State Reserve have tested positive for Hantavirus.
    Hantavirus is carried by wild rodents, primarily deer mice. It is found in rodent droppings and urine and can be inhaled by humans when it becomes airborne. The airborne virus can cause Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome (HPS), a rare illness that can be fatal.
    Early signs of Hantavirus illness are similar to the flu, including fatigue, fever, muscle aches, headache, dizziness, chills, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and abdominal pain. Later symptoms of HPS include coughing, shortness of breath rapidly progressing to severe breathing difficulty, and sometimes death.
    “There is no specific treatment for Hantavirus, but residents can avoid exposure to the virus,” said Gary Erbeck, director of the Department of Environmental Health. “Proper cleaning techniques are important. Clean up rodent droppings and urine using the wet cleaning method.”
    Do not sweep or vacuum rodent droppings and urine, using the method below instead:

    67. Hantavirus And Vectors
    In August 2007, the BentonFranklin Health District received three reports of hantavirus pulmonary syndrome, a serious respiratory disease spread by mice.
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    68. Hantavirus Infections
    hantavirus infection is caused by a group of viruses that can infect humans with two serious illnesses hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome (HFRS),

    69. Virology Journal | Full Text | Tula Hantavirus Isolate With The Full-length ORF
    Tula hantavirus isolate with the fulllength ORF for nonstructural protein NSs survives for more consequent passages in interferon-competent cells than the
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    70. Zoonosis: Hantavirus
    A The cause of HPS is infection with a virus from the genus hantavirus, in the family Bunyaviridae. The strain of the virus found throughout most of the
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    Zoonosis Updates Hantavirus Zoonosis Updates Zoonosis Update: Hantavirus Author(s): Millicent Eidson, MA, DVM, and Paul J. Ettestad, DVM, MS Source: From the Division of Epidemiology, Evaluation, and Planning, New Mexico Department of Health, PO Box 26110, Santa Fe, NM 87502. Date: Mar 15, 1995; reviewed 1995 A 45-year-old woman was living with her husband in a 2-year-old home in a semirural area of the northeastern United States. On a Monday in mid-May, she went fishing and stuck herself with a fishhook; on the same day, she developed fever. Clinic physicians prescribed erythromycin because they were concerned about possible infection from the fishhook wound. On Tuesday, the patient developed body aches and chills, and went to a local medical clinic. On Thursday, she had severe coughing, vomiting, and diarrhea; so she went to the emergency room of the local hospital. She had developed breathing difficulty and was found by radiography to have bilateral pneumonia. Her oxygen saturation value was very low, and the physician diagnosed adult respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). The patient was transferred to a regional hospital. The family had a cat and a dog that spent time inside and outside the home. One month prior to her illness, the patient had spent a week at a friend's house in the suburban Los Angeles area. Two weeks prior to her illness, the patient and her friend were at the patient's home and had swept a few mouse droppings out of the garage. After that, the patient went alone for a few days of hiking along the Appalachian Trail.

    71. Hantavirus Reference Laboratory - Dept. Of Pathology : UNM HSC SOM
    At the University of New Mexico School of Medicine. Includes diagnostic testing and disease information and links.
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    The Hjelle laboratory studies the evolutionary biology, vector biology, genetics, pathogenesis, immunology, replication, epidemiology and diagnosis of emerging viruses. We are most active in the study of zoonotic viruses (especially hantaviruses). We are increasingly involved in developing novel treatments for hantavirus diseases based upon studies of the interactions of these viruses with their receptors and their marked ability to induce a brisk innate immune response in susceptible cells. Because we have amassed extensive experience and a large array of diagnostic antigens, we have become the major reference center for the Western Hemisphere for rapid and accurate hantavirus diagnosis. Dept. of Pathology

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