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Hus

Jan . the Czech name of (John) Huss
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It follows that surveillance of childhood HUS is a valuable tool for monitoring the effect of STEC in a population and provides early warning of change.
All except 1 of the above HUS and EHEC patients had travelled to or from Germany during the incubation period for infection, typically 3-4 days after exposure (range 2-10 days).
A confirmed case of HUS was defined as the acute onset of anemia with microangiopathic changes (i.
While the age distribution for the whole group of STEC patients and for patients with bloody diarrhea was only slightly skewed towards younger age groups, the HUS patients were young; of the 21 HUS patients, 18 were <8 years of age.
HUS cases have also been reported in Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands and the UK - linked to German travel.
The clinical findings and the laboratory features of microangiopathic hemolytic anemia, thrombocytopenia, and acute renal failure were consistent with the diagnosis of HUS.
In 21% of cases, diarrhea was reported in other household members before onset of HUS in the child.
HUS presents most commonly in young schoolaged children.
Clinical records of HUS cases, where the alleged perpetrator was referred for observation in terms of sections 77, 78 and 79 of the Criminal Procedure Act (No.
Terver has been president and chief executive officer of HUS since October 2008 and AIUS since 2010.
Although previous surveillance of childhood HUS in Scotland identified E.
As of June 7, Germany had reported some 689 HUS (Haemolytic Uraemic Syndrome) cases including 18 fatalities and a total of 1959 cases of E.