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Measles susceptibility of marriage migrant women in Korea

Kim S, Kim SA, Hong H, Choi SR, Na HY, Shin SU, Park KH, Jung SI, Shin MH, Kweon SS, Kang SJ

International migrants could be considered a risk group susceptible to vaccine-preventable diseases. We conducted a measles seroprevalence study among 419 marriage migrant women living in Sinan-gun and Wando-gun, South Jeolla...
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Report of the Korean Society of Infectious Diseases Roundtable Discussion on Responses to the Measles Outbreaks in Korea in 2019

Seok H, Park DW, Kim KN, Kim MJ, Kim SH, Kim JY, Park SE, Park SY, Eun BW, Lee MS, Chang HH, Jung H, Jeong HW, Jo SN, Chin B, Choi YH, Choi EH, Choi HJ, Jee Y, Kim YS

During the 2019 domestic measles outbreak in Korea, measles occurred in healthcare workers with two doses of the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine, and the strict application of the Occupational...
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Adverse events associated with Measles and Rubella vaccination campaign 2019 in India

Sharma R, Gaur A

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to study the various adverse reactions caused post measles and rubella vaccination done during measles rubella (MR) vaccine campaign in India. Materials and Methods:...
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Two Cases of Vaccine-Associated Measles in Daegu, South Korea, 2019

Yu EJ, Kim WD, Kim YJ

Korea was verified as a measles-free country by the World Health Organization in 2014; however, some imported measles cases and related outbreaks were reported. As the incidence of wild-type measles decreases...
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Review of Measles in Korea: Quarantine and Elimination

Kang JH

Strong policies were established to maintain vaccination rate at ≥95% to expedite the eradication and elimination of measles outbreaks; nationwide survey of measles immunity to determine the susceptibility and the...
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Comparison of the Seroprevalence of Measles Antibodies among Healthcare Workers in Two Korean Hospitals in 2019

Kwak YG, Song JE, Oh GB, Jeong IH, Cho CR, Kim N, Yoo HM, Yoo GM, Lee MJ, Kim BN

We performed a point seroprevalence survey of measles among healthcare workers (HCWs) at two Korean teaching hospitals in 2019. A total of 2,830 HCWs underwent an antibody test. The overall seropositivity...
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Seroprevalence of mumps in healthcare workers in South Korea

Kim SK, Jung J, Kwak SH, Hong MJ, Kim SH

Mumps is contagious disease and maintaining immunity to mumps in healthcare worker (HCW) is important for preventing transmission in the hospital. We evaluated the seroprevalence of mumps in HCWs in...
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Modified Measles in an Anti-Measles Immunoglobulin G-negative Healthcare Worker who had Received Two Doses of Measles-Containing Vaccine

Park JW, Yu SN, Park E, Lee Y, Park SM, Jeon MH

To date, documentation of two doses of measles-containing vaccine (MCV) has been accepted as confirmation of measles immunity among healthcare workers (HCWs). However, we encountered measles in an HCW who...
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Investigation of a Mumps Outbreak in a Dental Clinic at a University Hospital

Lee JE, Lee SO, Kang JS, Yi J, Kim KH

BACKGROUND: The Korean Society of Infectious Diseases recommends non-mandatory vaccination of newly employed healthcare workers (HCWs) with 2 measles–mumps–rubella (MMR) vaccine doses. Here, we aimed to investigate the seroprevalence of...
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Current and Prospect on Measles Outbreak

Kim YC, Choi YH

Measles is a highly contagious infectious disease characterized by fever, rash, cough, coryza, and conjunctivitis. The causative organism is the measles virus transmitted via the respiratory route. Before the introduction...
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A long-term subacute sclerosing panencephalitis survivor treated with intraventricular interferon-alpha for 13 years

Kwak M, Yeh HR, Yum MS, Kim HJ, You SJ, Ko TS

Subacute sclerosing panencephalitis (SSPE) is a rare, progressive, and fatal central nervous system disorder resulting from persistent measles virus infection. Long-term data are scarce, with a maximum follow-up period of...
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Seroprevalence of Measles in Healthcare Workers in South Korea

Jung J, Kim SK, Kwak SH, Hong MJ, Kim SH

There are only limited data regarding the seroprevalence of measles of healthcare workers (HCWs) in Korea. We evaluated the seroprevalence of measles in HCWs in a tertiary care hospital in...
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Preliminary Report of Seroprevalence of Anti-Measles Immunoglobulin G among Healthcare Workers of 6 Teaching Hospitals of Daegu, Korea in 2019

Chang HH, Kim SW, Kwon KT, Kim HI, Kim MJ, Ryu SY, Kim HA, Hur J, Kwon HH, Hong HL

The measles outbreak in Daegu of January 2019 made 6 teaching hospitals' organization test the measles immunity of their healthcare workers (HCWs). We found that 6,935 (75.9%) of 9,132 HCWs...
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Incidence of varicella in children in Jeju-do, Korea, 2005–2016: age-period-cohort analysis

Kim J, Kim JE, Bae JM

OBJECTIVES: Although the nationwide inoculation rate of varicella vaccine was approximately 95% in Korean children recently, the number of notified varicella cases is unexpectedly continuously increasing till now. To suggest...
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An Outbreak of Measles in a University in Korea, 2014

Choe YJ, Park YJ, Kim JW, Eom HE, Park O, Oh MD, Lee JK

Measles has been declared eliminated from the Korea since 2006. In April 2014, a measles outbreak occurred at a University in Seoul. A total of 85 measles cases were identified....
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Seroprevalences of Specific IgG Antibodies to Measles, Mumps, and Rubella in Korean Infants

Cho HK, Lee H, Kim HW, Kim SS, Kang HJ, Kim IT, Kim KH

In this study, the seroprevalences of measles, mumps, and rubella antibodies in infants were determined to assess the immunization strategy and control measures for these infectious diseases. Serum samples from...
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Factors Influencing University Nursing Students' Measles Vaccination Rate During a Community Measles Outbreak

Kim JS, Choi JS

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to survey the current state of measles vaccination in university nursing students during a measles outbreak and to identify factors influencing nursing students'...
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Factors associated with mumps meningitis and the possible impact of vaccination

Rhie K, Park HK, Kim YS, Yeom JS, Park JS, Seo JH, Park ES, Lim JY, Park CH, Woo HO, Youn HS

PURPOSE: Mumps meningitis is a common complication of mumps infection; however, information on mumps meningitis in the postvaccine era is limited. The purpose of the present study was to determine...
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Epidemiological Investigation of a Measles Outbreak in Seoul, 2013~2014

Ham H, Jang J, Han C

Korea declared in 2006 that measles had been eliminated; however, a measles outbreak occurred in the southeastern area of Korea in 2011. Active surveillance of measles patients was conducted in...
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Measles Elimination Activities in the Western Pacific Region: Experience from the Republic of Korea

Choe YJ, Jee Y, Oh MD, Lee JK

We describe the global status of measles control and elimination, including surveillance and vaccination coverage data provided by the World Health Organization (WHO). Since 2000, two doses of measles vaccine...
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