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Control of Communicable Diseases Manual 21st Edition

$85.00
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SKU:
39031
Editor:
David L. Heymann, MD

A classic in the health community, this new 21st edition has been fully updated and revised as of 2022.  As in past editions, diseases are presented in a standardized format which includes disease name and ICD-11 code, clinical presentation, causative agents, diagnosis, occurrence, reservoirs, incubation period, transmission, risk groups, prevention, management of patient, management of contacts and the immediate environment, and special considerations.

New chapters have been dedicated to viruses such as COVID-19, Zika, and Chikungunya