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    Rubella Professional

    Rubella, The overall decline in rubella incidence and increase in the number of countries conducting rubella surveillance through a mandatory notification system are notable achievements towa...

    Rubella (German Measles) Conditions

    Rubella (German Measles), Immunisation with the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine (MMR vaccine) has made rubella uncommon in the UK. What is rubella? Rubella ...

    Rubella and Pregnancy Conditions

    Rubella and Pregnancy, What is rubella? Rubella (German measles) is an infection caused by the rubella virus. It is usually a mild illness causing a rash, sore t...

    Rubella and Pregnancy Professional

    Rubella and Pregnancy, However, rubella is still common in many developing countries. There were nine cases of rubella in England and Wales in 2014. [ 1 ] National up...

    Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) Vaccination Professional

    Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) Vaccination, Measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine is a freeze-dried preparation containing live attenuated measles, mumps and rubella viruses. ...

    MMR Immunisation Conditions

    Mumps is equally dangerous for boys and girls. Rubella (German measles) Rubella is usually a mild illness causing a rash, sore throat and swollen glands . , mmr immunisation...

    Pregnancy Screening Tests Conditions

    Their significance varies and a doctor or midwife will explain if any action should be taken if they are detected. Rubella status . This test checks for antibodies to German measles (the...

    Immunisation Conditions

    The child is likely to be born with multiple defects (congenital rubella syndrome). The aim of rubella immunisation is to eliminate the rubella virus from the community as m...

    Pregnancy Complications Conditions

    See the separate leaflet called Slapped Cheek Disease for more information. Rubella and pregnancy Rubella (German measles) is usually a mild illness. However, if you are pregn...

    Planning to Become Pregnant Conditions

    Infections Rubella (German measles) If you plan to become pregnant for the first time, you should check that you are immune to rubella before becoming pregnant .

    Immunoglobulins - Normal and Specific Professional

    Measure rubella antibodies after eight weeks and vaccinate if necessary. However, rubella vaccine is not effective for post-exposure prophylaxis.

    Skin Rashes Conditions

    Viral rashes  - eg,  measles  or  rubella (German measles) . Vasculitis. This is a condition involving inflammation of blood vessels, which may occur with various illne...

    Notifiable Diseases Professional

    In Scotland, written notification should be undertaken electronically via the SCI Gateway. [ 3 ] Lists of notifiable diseases England [ 5 ] Northern Ireland [ 2 ] Scotlan...

    Viral Rashes Conditions

    For example, the rubella (German measles) virus . It is therefore often best for pregnant women to avoid people who have an infectious rash. , chickenpox rubella meningococcal infec...

    Antenatal Infections and their Consequences Professional

    Some may be asymptomatic in pregnancy and go unnoticed. Rubella [ 1 ] Rubella is a viral infection causing a pink rash, with swelling of lymph glands behind the ears and at ...

    Schilder's Disease Professional

    Differential diagnosis It often mimics intracranial neoplasm or abscess. [ 4 ] Viral encephalitis or viral meningitis , subacute sclerosing panencephalitis (SSPE), progressive rub...

    Fever and Night Sweats Conditions

    Common childhood illnesses : for example, chickenpox (varicella), scarlet fever, rubella and whooping cough (pertussis). See separate leaflets called Chickenpox in Children under 12 , ...

    Pregnancy and HIV Conditions

    Like other pregnant women, you will be recommended to have tests in early pregnancy for hepatitis B , rubella (German measles) and syphilis . However, you will also be offered tests for ...

    Myocarditis Conditions

    German measles (rubella) . Chickenpox (varicella) . Mumps . Measles . Parvoviruses . Yellow fever.

    Autistic Spectrum Disorders Conditions

    In recent years, there has been speculation that the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine may somehow cause autism. However, there is no evidence to support this.

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