*Vaccinia immune globulin

... and Adverse Reactions CDC Smallpox Home Quick Guide to Preexposure Smallpox Vaccination "CDC Smallpox , Investigational ... "CDC Smallpox , Medical Management of Smallpox (Vaccinia) Vaccine Adverse Reactions (Info for Clinicians and Public Health ... Responses to smallpox vaccine. N Engl J Med. 2002;347:689-90. DOI PubMed Moller-Larsen A, Haahr S. Humoral and cell-mediated ... Kempe noted that for some infants, the smallpox vaccine failed to "take." Kempe believed this failure might be due to the high ...

*Diseases and epidemics of the 19th century

Smallpox is caused by either of the two viruses, Variola major and Variola minor. Smallpox vaccine was available in Europe, the ... Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart also had Smallpox when he was only 11 years old. He survived the smallpox outbreak in Austria. Epidemic ... Smallpox settles itself in small blood vessels of the skin and in the mouth and throat. The symptoms of smallpox are rash on ... 400,000 Europeans annually during the 19th century and one third of all the blindness of that time was caused by smallpox. 20 ...

*Soviet biological weapons program

The first smallpox weapons factory in the Soviet Union was established in 1947 in the city of Zagorsk, close to Moscow. It was ... The smallpox formulation- 400 gr. of which was exploded on the island-"got her", and she became infected. After returning home ... I called Andropov, who at that time was the Chief of the KGB, and informed him of the unique formulation of smallpox obtained ... aka Kanatjan Alibekov). It has been reported that Russia made smallpox available to Iraq in the beginning of the 1990s. The ...

*History of Seattle before 1900

A smallpox epidemic broke out among the Northwest tribes in 1862, killing roughly half of the native population. Documentation ... Retrieved[citation needed]. Check date values in: ,access-date= (help) Lange referenced Lange, "Smallpox Epidemic of 1862 among ... Lange, Greg (4 February 2003 [rewritten since 8 December 2000]). "Smallpox Epidemic of 1862 among Northwest Coast and Puget ... Summary article Lange, Greg (2000-12-08). "Smallpox kills 14,000 Northwest Coast Indians from April to December 1862". ...

*Smallpox Bay

... is a bay in the U.S. state of Washington. Smallpox Bay was named for the fact an outbreak of smallpox decimated ... U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Smallpox Bay Meany, Edmond S. (1923). Origin of Washington ...

*Hemorrhagic smallpox

... , sometimes called bloody pox, fulminant smallpox, and blackpox, is a severe and rare form of smallpox and ... Smallpox, Center for Biosecurity Photographs of eye damage due to smallpox Smallpox Images and Diagnosis Synopsis Virus ... "CDC Smallpox , Smallpox Overview". Bt.cdc.gov. Archived from the original on 2013-04-02. Retrieved 2013-04-16. Henderson, 1999 ... 1 - 68 . In: Smallpox and its eradication 1988 . World Health Organization (WHO) "hemorrhagic smallpox - NDI Foundation". Ndif. ...

*Smallpox demon

... (Japanese: 疱瘡神, Hōsōshin) or smallpox devil is a demon which was believed to be responsible for causing smallpox ... They offered flowers and burned incense in order to please smallpox demon. In Okinawa, there was smallpox poetry in Ryuka; the ... "Smallpox dance in Iriki-Cho, Kagoshima". Kagoshima Prefecture. Retrieved 15 December 2011. "Smallpox dance in ... There is a collection of smallpox poetry including 105 poems published in 1805. Traditional smallpox folk dances have been ...

*Massachusetts smallpox epidemic

... or Colonial epidemic was a smallpox epidemic that hit Massachusetts in 1633, affecting settlers ... "Massachusetts smallpox epidemic, 1633". Encyclopedia of Plague and Pestilence. New York: Facts On File, Inc. Retrieved 29 ...

*London Smallpox Hospital

The London Smallpox Hospital, sometimes known as the Middlesex County Hospital for Smallpox and Inoculation, was established in ... "St Pancras Small Pox Hospital". The Workhouse- The story of an institution. Retrieved 5 December 2016. Media related to London ... The Hospital was replaced by the Highgate Smallpox and Vaccination Hospital, erected in 1848-1850. West of Farringdon Road. ...

*Aral smallpox incident

The Aral smallpox incident was a July 30, 1971 outbreak of the viral disease which occurred as a result of a field test at a ... The smallpox formulation-400 gr. of which was exploded on the island-"got her" and she became infected. After returning home to ... "Smallpox - not a bad weapon". Interview with General Burgasov (in Russian). Moscow News. Archived from the original on 14 ... One crew member of the Lev Berg contracted smallpox as the ship passed within 15 km (9 miles) of the island. This crew member ...

*History of smallpox

Smallpox has had a major impact on world history, not least because indigenous populations of regions where smallpox was non- ... During the 1770s, smallpox killed at least 30% of the West Coast Native Americans. The smallpox epidemic of 1780-1782 brought ... Smallpox and Vaccinia. Ncbi.nlm.nih.gov. Retrieved on 2011-12-06. Smallpox In Europe Selected For Genetic Mutation That Confers ... Smallpox Through History. Archived from the original on 2009-10-31. Cumpston, JHL "The History of Small-Pox in Australia 1788- ...

*Mozart and smallpox

Like all smallpox victims, he was at serious risk of dying, but he survived the disease. This article discusses smallpox as it ... an inoculated person was treated with live smallpox virus, taken from pustules of the mildest variety of smallpox that could be ... yet effective protection from smallpox through a smallpox vaccine was discovered only at the end of the century (see below). ... Smallpox struck the Mozart family again in the next generation: Nannerl's eldest son Leopold and two of her stepchildren caught ...

*History of smallpox in Mexico

Efforts to eradicate smallpox in Mexico started with Dr José Ignacio Bartolache who wrote a book in 1779 about smallpox called ... Instructions that may help to cure smallpox in Mexico) in which he included an introduction about what is smallpox and ... Smallpox was an unknown disease not only in Mexico, but in the Americas, before the arrival of Europeans. It was introduced to ... He thought that smallpox was a remedy of nature to clear bad mood and doctors should not accelerate the process of healing ...

*1837 Great Plains smallpox epidemic

"You know the smallpox. Listen: I am the smallpox chief. In this bottle I have it confined. All I have to do is to pull the cork ... using smallpox as an ignoble means to an end. For smallpox was more feared by the Indian than the bullet: he could be ... Louis, that smallpox vaccine was withheld from the Indians, and that an army doctor had advised the infected Indians to ... Rotting Face: Smallpox and the American Indian; R. G. Robertson; Caxton Press; 2001 Pgs. 80-83; 298-312 Vectors of Death: The ...

*1974 smallpox epidemic in India

By 1980, smallpox was certified as being eradicated from the world. Smallpox was eradicated due to the WHO's smallpox ... The 1974 smallpox epidemic of India was one of the worst smallpox epidemics of 20th century. Over 15,000 people contracted and ... By June of 1975, we hope we'll be finished with smallpox in Asia." "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2008-10-19. ... "Smallpox Eradication in India, 1972-1977 , Chronology of the eradication campaign , Online Exhibits , MLibrary". www.lib.umich. ...

*1947 New York City smallpox outbreak

... and smallpox. However, because Le Bar had a smallpox vaccination scar, an atypical rash, and no history of exposure, smallpox ... Lessons of the Smallpox Scare of 1947. New York Daily News. October 21, 2001. "2d Smallpox Death Spurs Vaccination-Mayor Urges ... Medicine: The Smallpox Scare. April 28, 1947. Life Magazine.Smallpox in New York City. April 28, 1947. Berton Roueche, Annals ... "Smallpox Fact Sheet-Information for Clinicians-Adverse Reactions Following Smallpox Vaccination". cdc.gov. U.S. Center for ...

*1775-82 North American smallpox epidemic

Smallpox is a dangerous disease caused by the variola major virus. The most common type of smallpox, ordinary, historically has ... This act made the heads of households mandatory reporters for smallpox; these individuals were required to report smallpox in ... and almost all Continental soldiers were inoculated against smallpox. Washington understood the danger that smallpox posed to ... Persons infected with smallpox are infectious to others for about 24 days of their infection time. However, there is a period ...

*DMOZ - Health: Conditions and Diseases: Infectious Diseases: Viral: Smallpox

SmallPox News Information and suggestions for Public Health response and planning for smallpox. Explanations and description of ... eMedicine - Smallpox Dr. Christopher Hogan offers a review of smallpox symptoms, vaccine history, mortality statistics, and ... Smallpox Virus Illustrations Computer graphic illustrations of the smallpox virus showing its external appearance, internal ... CDC - Smallpox Information Guide to the disease including basic facts, history, vaccination facts, treatment information, and ...

*John Simeon Colebrook Elkington

In 1903, Dr Elkington was asked to come to Launceston, Tasmania to advise on how to deal with an outbreak of smallpox and how ... "SMALLPOX". The Sydney Morning Herald. National Library of Australia. 8 August 1903. p. 9. Retrieved 16 January 2014. "SCHOOL ...

*Vaccine controversies

... the court ruled that states have the authority to require vaccination against smallpox during a smallpox epidemic. John ... A major smallpox epidemic began there in 1873. It led to a rise in vaccine uptake and an end of the epidemic. During the ... As cases of smallpox started to occur in those who had been vaccinated earlier, supporters of vaccination pointed out that ... Smallpox outbreaks were contained by the latter half of the 19th century, a development widely attributed to the vaccination of ...

*Eradication of infectious diseases

Smallpox (variola) occurred in two clinical varieties: variola major, with a mortality rate of up to 40 percent, and variola ... "Smallpox Surveillance -- Worldwide". cdc.gov. jhn9. "Details". cdc.gov. Fenner, F; Henderson, D A; Arita, I; Jezek, Z; Ladnyi, ... However, there is an ongoing controversy regarding the continued storage of the smallpox virus by labs in the US and Russia, as ... Unlike diseases such as smallpox and polio, there is no vaccine or drug therapy for guinea worm. Eradication efforts have been ...

*Infection

Smallpox and Vaccinia. National Center for Biotechnology Information. Archived June 1, 2009, at the Wayback Machine. "Smallpox ... The introduction of smallpox, measles, and typhus to the areas of Central and South America by European explorers during the ... Edward Jenner, Jonas Salk and Albert Sabin developed effective vaccines for smallpox and polio, which would later result in the ... The first European influenza epidemic occurred between 1556 and 1560, with an estimated mortality rate of 20%. Smallpox killed ...

*Viral evolution

"Smallpox , CDC". www.cdc.gov. 2017-07-13. Retrieved 2017-12-05. "Virus Evolution". public.wsu.edu. Retrieved 2017-11-27. ... the virus is living outside a host for long periods of time The smallpox virus is also an example for this There are also some ...

*1979 in science

"Smallpox". WHO Factsheet. Archived from the original on 2007-09-21. Retrieved 2007-09-22. ... December 9 - The World Health Organization certifies the global eradication of smallpox. The last naturally occurring cases of ...

*Mother/Land

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