Zika Training for Healthcare Providers
This video demonstrates how to measure the head circumference of an infant. Measuring head circumference is a primary way to determine the presence of microcephaly, which is important during this Zika outbreak. It is intended to help clinicians evaluate babies born to mothers infected with Zika virus.
During this Forum, pediatric specialists, obstetric specialists, non-governmental partners, and federal officials gathered at CDC and experts provided individual input regarding the clinical evaluation and management of congenitally exposed and infected infants in the United States.
During this meeting, pediatric health specialists, non-governmental partners, and federal officials gathered at CDC to discuss clinical evaluation and management of infants with congenital Zika virus infection in the United States. CDC considered discussions on clinical evaluation and management when developing interim guidance for healthcare providers.
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