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Evaluating e-Cigarette Lung Disease

Evaluating e-Cigarette Lung Disease News & Analysis News From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Kindergarten Vaccine Coverage coverage ranged from 88.8% in Idaho to injuries among EVALI cases, and the only Needs a Boost 99.2% or greater in Mississippi. The rate of commonality among all cases is that pa- Vaccination rates for US kindergarteners fell exemptions also varied by state, from 0.1% tients report the use of e-cigarette, or vap- just short of the recommended 95% rate in Mississippi to 7.7% in Idaho and Oregon. ing products,” the authors wrote. “This out- for key vaccines like measles, mumps, and “The CDC encourages [state vaccina- break might have more than one cause, and rubella (MMR) in the 2018-2019 school year, tion] programs to use their local-level school many different substances and product according to the CDC. assessment data to identify populations of sources are still under investigation.” undervaccinated students and to partner The CDC initially released a guidance for with schools and providers to reduce barri- clinicians in August based on the first few ers to vaccination and improve coverage,” cases identified. The updated guidance from the authors wrote. the CDC urges clinicians to be nonjudgmen- tal and thorough in asking patients http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Evaluating e-Cigarette Lung Disease

JAMA , Volume 322 (22) – Dec 10, 2019

Evaluating e-Cigarette Lung Disease

Abstract

News & Analysis News From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Kindergarten Vaccine Coverage coverage ranged from 88.8% in Idaho to injuries among EVALI cases, and the only Needs a Boost 99.2% or greater in Mississippi. The rate of commonality among all cases is that pa- Vaccination rates for US kindergarteners fell exemptions also varied by state, from 0.1% tients report the use of e-cigarette, or vap- just short of the recommended 95% rate in Mississippi to 7.7% in Idaho and...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright 2019 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
ISSN
0098-7484
eISSN
1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.2019.19637
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Abstract

News & Analysis News From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Kindergarten Vaccine Coverage coverage ranged from 88.8% in Idaho to injuries among EVALI cases, and the only Needs a Boost 99.2% or greater in Mississippi. The rate of commonality among all cases is that pa- Vaccination rates for US kindergarteners fell exemptions also varied by state, from 0.1% tients report the use of e-cigarette, or vap- just short of the recommended 95% rate in Mississippi to 7.7% in Idaho and Oregon. ing products,” the authors wrote. “This out- for key vaccines like measles, mumps, and “The CDC encourages [state vaccina- break might have more than one cause, and rubella (MMR) in the 2018-2019 school year, tion] programs to use their local-level school many different substances and product according to the CDC. assessment data to identify populations of sources are still under investigation.” undervaccinated students and to partner The CDC initially released a guidance for with schools and providers to reduce barri- clinicians in August based on the first few ers to vaccination and improve coverage,” cases identified. The updated guidance from the authors wrote. the CDC urges clinicians to be nonjudgmen- tal and thorough in asking patients

Journal

JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Dec 10, 2019

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