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Volume 23, Number 8—August 2017

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Zika Virus Infection in Patient with No Known Risk Factors, Utah, USA, 2016

Elisabeth R. Krow-Lucal, Shannon A. Novosad, Angela C. Dunn, Carolyn R. Brent, Harry M. Savage, Ary Faraji, Dallin Peterson, Andrew Dibbs, Brook Vietor, Kimberly Christensen, Janeen J. Laven, Marvin S. Godsey, Bryan Christensen, Brigette Beyer, Margaret M. Cortese, Nina C. Johnson, Amanda J. Panella, Brad J. Biggerstaff, Michael Rubin, Scott K. Fridkin, J. Erin StaplesComments to Author , and Allyn K. Nakashima
Author affiliations: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (E.R. Krow-Lucal, S.A. Novosad, C.R. Brent, B. Christensen, M.M. Cortese, N.C. Johnson, S.K. Fridkin); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA (E.R. Krow-Lucal, H.M. Savage, J.J. Laven, M.S. Godsey Jr., A.J. Panella, B.J. Biggerstaff, J.E. Staples); Utah Department of Health, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (A.C. Dunn, D. Peterson, K. Christensen, A.K. Nakashima); Salt Lake County Health Department, Salt Lake City (C.R. Brent, A. Dibbs); Salt Lake City Mosquito Abatement District, Salt Lake City (A. Faraji); University of Utah, Salt Lake City (B. Vietor, B. Beyer, M. Rubin)

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Characteristics of clinical course investigation of Zika virus infection in patient with no known risk factors, Utah, USA, 2016. Patient location, procedures, and body fluid output are as documented in medical records by day of treatment or observation of index patient. Body fluid output is separate from potential exposures generated by procedures. CRRT, continuous renal replacement therapy; ED, emergency department; ICU, intensive care unit; IV, intravenous line; ✓, recorded output (frequency).

Figure 2. Characteristics of clinical course investigation of Zika virus infection in patient with no known risk factors, Utah, USA, 2016. Patient location, procedures, and body fluid output are as documented in medical records by day of treatment or observation of index patient. Body fluid output is separate from potential exposures generated by procedures. CRRT, continuous renal replacement therapy; ED, emergency department; ICU, intensive care unit; IV, intravenous line; ✓, recorded output (frequency).

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