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Countries and international partners should use the opportunity of measles elimination activities to achieve rubella elimination, through continued improvement of routine immunization services, vaccination campaign quality, and rubella and congenital rubella syndrome surveillance.
Public health reporting and national notification for congenital rubella syndrome.
The incidence of glaucoma in congenital rubella syndrome varies from 10-25% from various studies.
Three cases of congenital rubella syndrome in the postelimination era--Maryland, Alabama, and Illinois, 2012.
In January, 2000, WHO held a meeting in Geneva directed towards prevention of congenital rubella syndrome, particularly in developing countries.
Burden of congenital rubella syndrome after a community-wide rubella outbreak, Rio Branco, Acre, Brazil, 2000 to 2001.
Pertussis cases could surge to 10 to 100 times the rates in countries where vaccination rates were sustained and rubella would once again infect pregnant women who would then give birth to babies with congenital rubella syndrome (causes heart defects, cataracts, mental retardation, and deafness in infants).
Congenital rubella syndrome was suspected and confirmed by positive rubella IgM and positive urine and nasopharyngeal cultures.
As a society we have forgotten about the devastating effects of congenital rubella syndrome on the unborn child.
Screen pregnant women and women of childbearing age to further reduce the incidence of congenital rubella syndrome.
Louise was eventually diagnosed with congenital rubella syndrome.
Forty-one babies have been born with congenital rubella syndrome since 1990 in California.

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