Chronic care facilities, 61-62

Chronic progressive myelopathy, 233-234

Clostridium botulinum, 66

Clostridium difficile, 205

Codex Alimentarius, 68

Codworms, 69, 247-248

Cofactors in disease, microbes as, 102-106

Colonial settlements, 22, 24

Connecticut, Lyme disease outbreak, 73-74

Coordination, see Organizational factors

Costs and cost effectiveness, 15, 138-139, 169

measles immunization, 138, 139

tuberculosis, 96, 97, 169

vector control, 166

Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists, 118-119

Cowpox, 24-25

Crack cocaine, 54-55, 56

Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus, 220-221

Cryptococcus spp., 251-252

Cryptosporidium, 252-253

Culiseta melanura, 30

Cytomegalovirus, 53, 104-105

D

Dairy products, 21, 67

Dams, 71-72

Data bases, 4-5, 123, 125

National Nosocomial Infections Surveillance System (NNISS), 4, 58 , 121-122

National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System (NNDSS), 3, 118- 120

DDT, 20, 165

Deer, 28, 73, 75, 76

Dengue, 30, 44, 49-51, 78, 221-222

Department of Defense (DoD), 151-152

overseas labs, 5, 9-10, 126, 127, 148-149, 261

Diama Dam, 71-72

Diarrheal diseases, 130-131, 239-240

Diet, 69

Disasters, 71

DNA, 84, 88-89

Drought, 64

Drug abuse, 53, 54-56, 104

Drugs, 1, 10, 12, 20, 159-160

agricultural use, 64

antimalarial, 29, 93, 100-101

antiviral, 98-100

and Helicobacter pyroli, 29

and HIV, 100

resistance to, 29, 31-32, 58-59, 64, 92-101, 159-160

see also Acyclovir;

Beta-lactam antibiotics;

Foscarnet;

Methicillin;

Penicillin;

Vancomycin

Duodenal ulcers, 28-29

E

Eastern equine encephalitis, 30

Ebola virus, 83, 222-223

Economic factors, 33

pesticide development, 14, 164-165

vaccine development, 11-12, 152, 153, 154-155

see also Costs and cost effectiveness

Education and training

international coordination, 8-9

professional, 8-10, 140, 144-150 passim

public, 14, 167-168



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