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. Zembower
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)
Figure 4. Survey results of self-reported mumps immunity among workforce, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, Illinois, USA, 2006. Results are categorized by high-risk caregivers, those who worked in areas where mumps cases were located or worked with pregnant or immunosuppressed patient populations; low-risk caregivers, those who cared for patients in other inpatient or outpatient areas; or noncaregivers. Compliance with corporate health evaluation and vaccination for those who did not report immunity are also shown.
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