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west nile virus activity--united states, september 8-14, 2004.during september 8-14, a total of 195 cases of human west nile virus (wnv) illness were reported from 26 states (alabama, arizona, arkansas, california, colorado, florida, georgia, idaho, illinois, iowa, kansas, maryland, minnesota, missouri, nebraska, nevada, new mexico, new york, north dakota, oklahoma, oregon, pennsylvania, south dakota, tennessee, texas, and wisconsin).200415371969
west nile virus activity--united states, september 15-21, 2004.during september 15-21, a total of 218 cases of human west nile virus (wnv) illness were reported from 21 states (arizona, california, florida, illinois, indiana, kansas, maryland, michigan, minnesota, mississippi, missouri, nebraska, nevada, new mexico, north dakota, oklahoma, south dakota, texas, utah, wisconsin, and wyoming).200415385920
west nile virus activity--united states, september 22-28, 2004.during september 22-28, a total of 180 cases of human west nile virus (wnv) illness were reported in the district of columbia (dc) and 24 states (alabama, arizona, california, georgia, illinois, iowa, kansas, kentucky, louisiana, maryland, michigan, minnesota, mississippi, missouri, montana, nebraska, nevada, new mexico, ohio, pennsylvania, texas, utah, wisconsin, and wyoming).200415457147
west nile virus activity--united states, october 13-19, 2004.during october 13-19, a total of 200 cases of human west nile virus (wnv) illness were reported from 20 states (arizona, arkansas, california, colorado, illinois, indiana, iowa, kansas, maryland, michigan, mississippi, missouri, nevada, new mexico, north carolina, oklahoma, pennsylvania, south dakota, wisconsin, and wyoming).200415499683
evaluation of west nile virus education campaign.we evaluated the 2003 kansas west nile virus public education campaign. awareness was widespread but compliance was low. spanish-speaking persons were poorly informed. relevant factors included population segment variability, campaign content, media choice, and materials delivery methods.200516318730
patterns of spatio-temporal distribution, abundance, and diversity in a mosquito community from the eastern smoky hills of kansas.nearly 30% of emerging infectious disease events are caused by vector-borne pathogens with wildlife origins. their transmission involves a complex interplay among pathogens, arthropod vectors, the environment and host species, and they pose a risk for public health, livestock and wildlife species. examining habitat associations of vector species known to transmit infectious diseases, and quantifying spatio-temporal dynamics of mosquito vector communities is one aspect of the holistic one health ...201324581350
the effect of health communications on a statewide west nile virus public health education campaign.to determine knowledge, behavior, and attitude among kansas residents exposed to a statewide west nile virus health education campaign.200616893311
west nile virus activity--united states, september 29-october 5, 2004.during september 29-october 5, a total of 81 cases of human west nile virus (wnv) illness were reported from 18 states (alabama, arizona, arkansas, california, florida, georgia, illinois, iowa, kansas, kentucky, minnesota, missouri, ohio, oklahoma, pennsylvania, south dakota, texas, and virginia).200415470326
rapid assessment of mosquitoes and arbovirus activity after floods in southeastern kansas, 2007.a rapid assessment was conducted in july-august 2007 to determine the impact of heavy rains and early summer floods on the mosquitoes and arbovirus activity in 4 southeastern kansas counties. during 10 days and nights of collections using different types and styles of mosquito traps, a total of 10,512 adult female mosquitoes representing 29 species were collected, including a new species record for kansas (psorophora mathesoni). high numbers of aedes albopictus were collected. over 4,000 specime ...200919852215
west nile virus activity--united states, october 6-12, 2004.during october 6-12, a total of 86 cases of human west nile virus (wnv) illness were reported from 18 states (arizona, florida, illinois, kansas, louisiana, michigan, minnesota, missouri, nevada, new jersey, new mexico, north dakota, ohio, oklahoma, pennsylvania, tennessee, texas, and utah).200415483530
west nile virus activity--united states, august 25-31, 2004.during august 25-31, a total of 210 cases of human west nile virus (wnv) illness were reported from 14 states (arizona, california, florida, illinois, indiana, kansas, maryland, minnesota, montana, nevada, new mexico, north dakota, oklahoma, and pennsylvania).200415343148
west nile virus antibodies in permanent resident and overwintering migrant birds in south-central kansas.we conducted serological studies, using epitope-blocking elisas directed at west nile virus (wnv) and flavivirus antibodies, of wild birds in south-central kansas, the first for this state, in the winters of 2003-04 through 2005-06. overwintering migratory species (primarily the american tree sparrow and dark-eyed junco) consistently showed significantly lower seropositivity than permanent residents (primarily the northern cardinal). the cardinal showed annual variation in seropositivity between ...200818471059
west nile virus.west nile virus (wnv), a mosquito transmitted disease, made its first appearance in north america in 1999 and quickly spread westward. it arrived in kansas in 2002, re-emerged in 2003, and is expected again in 2004. the natural cycle is from infected bird to mosquito, with humans and horses as accidental (dead-end) hosts. wnv is usually asymptomatic in humans, but can cause a wide spectrum of disease. there is currently no human vaccine and treatment is symptomatic only. a best preventive measur ...200416381343
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