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Volume 16, Number 3—March 2010

Research

Effects of Mumps Outbreak in Hospital, Chicago, Illinois, USA, 2006

Amanda L. Bonebrake, Christina Silkaitis, Gaurav Monga, Amy Galat, Jay Anderson, JoEllyn Tiesi Trad, Kenneth Hedley, Nanette Burgess, and Teresa R. ZembowerComments to Author 
Author affiliations: University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, USA (A.L. Bonebrake); University of Chicago Hospitals, Chicago (A.L. Bonebrake); Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago (C. Silkaitis, G. Monga, A. Galat, J. Anderson, J.T. Trad, K. Hedley, N. Burgess, T.R. Zembower)

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Mumps immunity status and compliance among employees, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, Illinois, USA, 2006. Black bars, no. employees with history of immunity; white bars, no. employees who complied with required antibody titer testing; red bars, no. employees who did not comply with required antibody titer testing; black line, percent of employees in compliance. Unit staff consisted of nurse managers, secretaries, patient care technicians, clinical coordinators, and emergency department

Figure 3. Mumps immunity status and compliance among employees, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, Illinois, USA, 2006. Black bars, no. employees with history of immunity; white bars, no. employees who complied with required antibody titer testing; red bars, no. employees who did not comply with required antibody titer testing; black line, percent of employees in compliance. Unit staff consisted of nurse managers, secretaries, patient care technicians, clinical coordinators, and emergency department assistants; nonunit staff consisted of applications analysts, counselors, radiographers, resource coordinators, respiratory therapists, records specialists, safety technicians, patient escorts, housekeeping workers, and food services workers.

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