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Diagnostic issues and capabilities in 48 isolation facilities in 16 European countries: data from EuroNHID surveys

Abstract : Background: Highly infectious diseases (HIDs) are defined as being transmissible from person to person, causing life-threatening illnesses and presenting a serious public health hazard. The sampling, handling and transport of specimens from patients with HIDs present specific bio-safety concerns.
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Simon-Djamel Thiberville, Stefan Schilling, Giuseppina De Iaco, Francesco Maria Fusco, Gail Thomson, et al.. Diagnostic issues and capabilities in 48 isolation facilities in 16 European countries: data from EuroNHID surveys. BMC Research Notes, BioMed Central, 2012. ⟨hal-01769709⟩

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