According to WHO on 28.02.2018, the epidemiological situation of especially dangerous infections (OOI) in the world remains tense. The plague is registered in Madagascar – 4 cases, there are no lethal cases. 2,488 cases of cholera are registered in the world, of which 163 are lethal. Anthrax diseases are registered in Zimbabwe (Africa), 9 cases, without death. Congo-Crimean hemorrhagic fever is registered in 2 countries of Africa. Dengue fever is registered in 3,992 cases, of which 8 are lethal. Yellow fever is registered in 3 countries of the Americas, 182 cases, of which 77 are lethal, including Argentina – 2 cases, Peru – 3 cases, 1 lethal, Brazil – 177 cases, 76 lethal.
In 2017 in Kazakhstan, five import cases of cholera were registered among air passengers, in 2018 there were registered 3 imported cases of cholera. All cases were identified at the international airport in Almaty, the patients arrived from India, which is a disadvantaged country for this infection. Among the contact with sick cholera were 7 people from the Semey city. The contact persons were under medical supervision at the place of residence, who received a triple sampling of the material for the presence of a causative agent of cholera, the results are negative.
05/29/2018 in the conference hall of the Department of Sanitary and Epidemiological Surveillance in the Semey city, a seminar was held on the theme: "Prevention of especially dangerous infectious diseases" followed by a training session "The Algorithm of Actions of the Sanitary and Epidemiological Service, identification of a patient with suspicion of a quarantine and especially dangerous infection (plague, cholera, CCHF) ". The seminar was attended by medical workers of health facilities, emergency emergency medical services, Family doctor ambulatory of Semey.
Infectionist Smail E.M. in his lecture on the topic of the seminar, he highlighted the epidemiology, the clinic of such quarantine infectious diseases as plague, cholera, anthrax, contagious viral hemorrhagic fevers. The lecturer separately focused on the criteria for early and timely diagnosis of these EDIs.
Those currently studying on the discipline "Infectious Diseases in Adults" interns GPs of 703 groups and students of 436 of the GM group demonstrated the step-by-step actions of medical personnel in identifying a patient with suspicion of quarantine infection: a preliminary diagnosis of the EDI, an emergency notification to the territorial department of sanitary and epidemiological surveillance , the notification scheme in case of detection or suspicion of a quarantine infection in the facility where the patient applied, rules for putting on and removing antiplague suit type 1, work with contact persons in the outbreak, disinfection measures.
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