viral haemorrhagic fever

Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for viral haemorrhagic fever

References in periodicals archive ?
The CCHF is the most widespread tick-borne viral infection and one of the rapidly emerging viral haemorrhagic fevers in humans, occurring across many countries in the Eastern Mediterranean Region," Dr.
The move comes as a 38-year-old male, who travelled home to the UK from Dubai on flight EK027 with Crimean Congo Viral Haemorrhagic Fever died on Saturday after being transferred from the Brownlee Unit in Glasgow to the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust.
Ebola virus causes viral haemorrhagic fever that affects the central nervous system and the circulatory system in human bodies depending on the strain of the virus.
Not a single case has been reported for viral Haemorrhagic fever.
Raana Kakar that this week there have been 26 cases of acute watery diarrhea, 9 cases of viral haemorrhagic fever, 4 cases of suspected polio, 2 cases of measles and 1 case of bloody diarrhea in the flood affected areas while 12 districts have reported malaria cases.
Management of patients in Germany with suspected viral haemorrhagic fever and other potentially lethal contagious infections.
Cecilia van Deventer was considered as having an infectious disease even though all the tests for viral haemorrhagic fever came back negative.
A new document("The use of medicinal products for treatment and prophylaxis of biological agents identified as having a major public health impact when used in case of bio-terrorist attacks") lists the medicines available in the EU that might be used in the event of deliberate terrorist contamination of civilian populations with anthrax, plague, tularaemia, viral haemorrhagic fever, and botulism.
Mali has recorded six deaths from Ebola, which, according to the latest WHO data published on Monday, has killed some 6,841 people in neighbouring Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia in the worst epidemic of the viral haemorrhagic fever.
CCHF is a viral haemorrhagic fever transmitted by ticks.
The results of the viral haemorrhagic fever (Ebola) tests which have been carried out are negative," said a spokesman for National Health Service Lanarkshire, the local health authority.
Imported viral haemorrhagic fever with a potential for person-to-person transmission: review and recommendations for initial management of a suspected case in Belgium.
Viral haemorrhagic fever in southern Sudan and northern Zaire.
Viral haemorrhagic fever survey in Chobe (Botswana).
Isolation and partial molecular characterisation of a strain of Ebola virus during a recent epidemic of viral haemorrhagic fever in Gabon.
Full browser ?