Amendments To The Cabinet Of Ministers Of 5 January 1999, Regulation No 7 Of The "procedure For Registration Of Infectious Diseases"

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Ministru kabineta 1999.gada 5.janvāra noteikumos Nr.7 "Infekcijas slimību reģistrācijas kārtība"

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 467 in Riga on July 3, 2007 (pr. No 38 24) amendments to the Cabinet of Ministers of 5 January 1999, regulations No 7 "infectious disease registration order" Issued in accordance with the epidemiological safety law of article 10 and article 14, paragraph 4 of the first paragraph to make the Cabinet of Ministers of 5 January 1999, regulations No 7 "order of registration of infectious diseases" (Latvian journal, 1999, 5/6.nr.; 2002, 97. nr.; 2003, 111 no; 2004, nr. 66; 2006, 57 no) the following amendments : 1. Replace the words "in the text of the provisions of the public health agency's territorial unit" (the fold) with the words "the public health agency's branch" (the fold). 2. Delete paragraph 3.2 and 3.3. 3. Delete paragraph 7.3., the words "sexually transmitted and skin diseases, national AIDS Prevention Center". 4. Supplement with 9.1 and 9.2 points in this version: "the head of the laboratory 9.1 or his authorised person performing microbiological examinations (hereinafter-Microbiology Laboratory), and micro-organism cultures from human material, food, and other environmental samples, if the testing of samples carried out in the framework of epidemiological investigations or implementing epidemiological surveillance programs, provide a dedicated microbiological examination of micro-organisms and, if necessary, send a detailed investigation of the samples to the laboratory performing: 9.1 1. identification and determination of tipēšan with toksigenitāt, if the micro-organism culture isolates are Corynebacterium diphtheri and Corynebacterium ulcerans; 9.1 2. identification and tipēšan, if the micro-organism culture is released in Escherichia coli infection (EHEC, VTEC), Not the isseri meningitidis, Shigella, Yersinia; 9.1 3. identification, tipēšan and sensitivity detection against antimikrob, if the micro-organism culture is isolated salmonella; 9.1 identification and sensitivity 4. detection against antimikrob, if the micro-organism culture isolated from normally sterile clinical material; 9.1 tipēšan if 5 dedicated micro-organism culture is Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), vancomycin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (BRING) or Streptococcus pneumoniae with reduced susceptibility to penicillin. 9.2 treatment a person provides a sample of human material supply to the laboratory that performs the Virology studies or serological testing (hereinafter-Virology laboratory), if professionally reasonable suspicion of the presence of patients with: 1. parvovīrus B19 infection 9.2; 9.2 2. epidemic of mumps; 9.2 3. tick encephalitis; 9.2 4. hantavīrus infection; 9.2 5. measles; 9.2 6. rubella; 9.2 7. poliomyelitis and other infectious with the involved serous meningitis and encephalitis; 9.2 8. avian influenza; 9.2 9. West Nile fever; 9.2 10. programme identifying norovirus, astrovīrus, adenovīrus-induced acute intestinal infection. " 5. Supplement with bottom point 10.3 as follows: "10.3. for this rule 9.1 of this study results-not later than 24 hours, sending fill the urgent notification form and registering the fact of reporting infectious diseases Journal of accounting according to the legislation on medical records filing procedure." 6. To express the annex by the following: "2. the annex to Cabinet of Ministers of 5 January 1999, regulations No 7 Recorded in infectious disease and medical institutions shall report on the person they no PO box in infectious disease Group Register of epidemiological surveillance of communicable diseases by the institution of the public health agency's branches in tuberculosis and lung disease, the National Agency for acute flaccid paralysis in 1 children up to 15 years of age-2 + 2. Acute intestinal diseases except not infectious etiology diseases 2. + 3. Anisakioz 3. + 4. Anoģenitāl herpes virus infection 3. + 5.3 + 6. Askaridoz type b Haemophilus influenza a infection 2. + 7.1 + Buck 8. Brucellosis 2. + 9. Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection and AIDS 3. + 10.3 + 11 cysticercosis. other newly emerged a dangerous infectious disease * 1. + 12. Dermatofitoz (mikrosporij, trihofitij) 3 + 3 Difilobotrioz + 13 14. Diphtheria and diphtheria agents carrying 2 + 15. Yellow fever 1. + 16. animal bite , saskrāpējum, or apsiekalošan, if assigned, completed, or aborted immunization against rabies 2. + 17. Enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli in the proposed ešerihioz, urēmisk syndrome, haemolytic or trombocitār in haemorrhagic Purple 2. + 18. + 19. Echinococcosis 3. Mumps 2. + 20. the lice Epidemic typhus and Brill's disease * 1 + 21. Tick vīrusencefalīt + 2 Ērlihioz + 3 22 23. Pertussis 2. + 24. Gonococcal infection 3.25 +. Hantavīrus + 2 infection Chlamydia proposed 26. sexually transmitted diseases 3. + 27. Cholera and cholera agent carrying 1 + 28 glanders and melioidosis.
2. + 29.2 + 30 yersiniosis. Campylobacter 2. + 3.31. Scabbers + 32. Variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease 3.33 +. 2. + 34 Cryptosporidiosis. Lyme disease. 3 + 35. Legionnaires ' disease 2. + 36.3 + 37. Leprosy leptospirosis 2. + 38. Liesassērg (Siberian cattle plague) * 1. + 2.39. Listeriosis + 40. Malaria and the malaria agent carrying a 2. + 41. Measles Rubella 2 + 42., t.sk. the congenital rubella syndrome 2. + 43. Meningitis, encephalitis 2. + 44. Meningococcal Infection 2. + 1.45. Fever + 46. Foot-and-mouth disease 2. + 47. Ornithosis (psittacosis) 2. + 48. Polio 1 + 49. Avian influenza 1 + 50.2 + West Nile fever 51. Q-fever and other riketsioz 2. + 52. they cause salmonellosis and carrying 2 + 53. Syphilis, t.sk. congenital syphilis syndrome 3. + 54.55 + 2. Scarlet fever, severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) 1 + 56. Tetanus (per) 2 + 57. Shigellosis and their agents carrying 2. + 3. Tenioz + 58.59. Toxoplasmosis 3. + 1.60. Rabies + 61.2. + 62 trichinosis. Trihiurāz (trihocefaloz) 3 + 63. Tuberculosis 3.
 
+ 64.65.2 + Tularemia So atguļ the fever of 1 + 66. toksikoinfekcij, t.sk diet. Botulism 2. + 67. Typhoid, paratyphoid and t.sk. typhoid and paratyphoid germs over 2 + 68. Chicken pox 2. + 69. Viral hepatitis, t.sk. hepatitis virus carrying 2 + 70. Viral haemorrhagic fevers, t.sk. Ebola vīrusslimīb, Lassa fever, Marburg, vīrusslimīb of Crimean Congo haemorrhagic fever 1. + Žiardiāz. + 71.3 Note. * Dangerous communicable diseases. " 7. To express 3.2.3. subparagraph by the following: "2.3 the influenza virus (flu) influenza virus Antigen or specific RNA detection. Influenza virus isolations. Influenza a or B virus specific antibody response in serum for the detection. Influenza virus strain identification "8. Supplement to annex 3 2.7 and 2.8. subparagraph by the following:" 2.7. Hepatitis virus hepatitis A virus RNA detection in serum or feces. Hepatitis a virus Antigen detection in feces. Hepatitis a virus IgM antibody detection. Hepatitis a virus specific antibody response over the detection of Sera was Involved Involved in the 2.8 release of clinical material (nazofaringeāl in secretions, cerebrospinal fluid, fecal, section material). Involved specific antibody responses detected over sera. Involved in RNA detection in cerebrospinal fluid, "Prime Minister a. Halloween Welfare Minister d.-Staķ