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Leads from the MMWR

Leads from the MMWR from the MMWR Leads and 33/No. Centers for Disease Atlanta Morbidity Mortality Weekly Report (Vol. 36, 1984), Control, Outbreaks of Illness Respiratory in Office Among Employees Large Buildings outbreaks of illness did those who served controls. Recurring respiratory than as among persons office workers have led and suite located to environ¬ The was beneath kitchen epidemiologic directly the mental and relocation of some or all of and had been to a cafeteria a series of investigations to subjected of the affected office areas. Outbreaks in from occupants "floods" a drain from drainage lines, including cities are summarized: the cafeteria two dishwasher. Numerous microorganisms, Tenn: An of febrile illness Knoxville, outbreak Acanthamoeba and including Thermoacti- polyphaga the afternoon and of were isolated from the office and began during evening Sept 21, vulgaris, nomyces 1981. About 40% of the workers in 325 office a the HVAC séro¬ system. However, attempts through the definition of met case at link these with seven-story building to logie testing agents specifically three muscle least in inconclusive results. symptoms (headaches, aches, fever, illness individuals produced or and a time of onset after 11 evidence that chills, cough, wheezing) environmental suggested Epidemiologie of this time of am http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Leads from the MMWR

JAMA , Volume 252 (14) – Oct 12, 1984

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1984 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0098-7484
eISSN
1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.1984.03350140009006
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Abstract

from the MMWR Leads and 33/No. Centers for Disease Atlanta Morbidity Mortality Weekly Report (Vol. 36, 1984), Control, Outbreaks of Illness Respiratory in Office Among Employees Large Buildings outbreaks of illness did those who served controls. Recurring respiratory than as among persons office workers have led and suite located to environ¬ The was beneath kitchen epidemiologic directly the mental and relocation of some or all of and had been to a cafeteria a series of investigations to subjected of the affected office areas. Outbreaks in from occupants "floods" a drain from drainage lines, including cities are summarized: the cafeteria two dishwasher. Numerous microorganisms, Tenn: An of febrile illness Knoxville, outbreak Acanthamoeba and including Thermoacti- polyphaga the afternoon and of were isolated from the office and began during evening Sept 21, vulgaris, nomyces 1981. About 40% of the workers in 325 office a the HVAC séro¬ system. However, attempts through the definition of met case at link these with seven-story building to logie testing agents specifically three muscle least in inconclusive results. symptoms (headaches, aches, fever, illness individuals produced or and a time of onset after 11 evidence that chills, cough, wheezing) environmental suggested Epidemiologie of this time of am

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Oct 12, 1984

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