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They have confirmed that this was not a case of meningitis or a communicable disease.
In between 2000 and 2015, a total of immunoglobulin products were approved, of which were approved for communicable diseases, while the remaining were approved for non-communicable diseases.
The meeting will deliberate on a roadmap for strengthening collaboration among SAARC countries on a number of issues and challenges faced by them," said an official statement, adding: " Some of the prominent health issues to be discussed include prevention and control of communicable and non- communicable diseases, disease surveillance network, health infrastructure, human resources for health, immunisation for vaccine preventable diseases, HIV/ AIDS, mental health and others.
Dr Mohamed al-Rumaihi, director of SCH's health protection and communicable diseases control department, said the last case of pertussis in Qatar was registered in 2009 and there has been no record of tetanus or diphtheria cases for more than 10 years.
The Minister said that the health system in Syria has managed during the past three decades to eliminate a number of contagious and communicable diseases in Syria such as malaria, schistosomiasis, and smallpox, in addition to making progress in eliminating measles and other deadly diseases, but the advent of terrorists from over 80 countries -- some of which came from areas rife with diseases -- has had a detrimental effect on the health sector, not to mention the methodical terrorist attacks against the health sector's infrastructure.
As you begin preparations for the summer of 2015, take some time to review and update your camps communicable disease risk management plan.
APJ Abdul Kalam said "Rapid economic development in Asian countries, particularly India has led to a shift in health problems from communicable diseases to non-communicable diseases with diabetes and cardio-vascular diseases leading the list.
Speaking at the summer awareness program, senior health expert Amal Abu Al-Jadayel said: "The most common communicable diseases picked up in summer and during traveling are those transmitted by the respiratory system, such as inhaling the secretions in the spray released by a patient who has a cough or breathing problems, or by using his handkerchief or bedcovers.
Speaking to Qatar Tribune, on the sidelines of the workshop, Dr SK Mamunur Rahman Malik, regional adviser in pandemic and epidemic diseases in the department of Communicable Diseases at the WHO, said that the main objective was to build a capacity for public health professionals in early diagnosis and efficient response of an outbreak.
Idris Saleh Al Obaidani, director of the Communicable Diseases Surveillance & Control Department, said: "By using this app, you can create a profile by filling the required data such as name, date of birth, address, etc.
During the talks Sergeenko focused on several important issues such as the national oncology concept and development of the field, participation of Georgian doctors and scientists in international research and training programmes and cooperation into the research of communicable and non-communicable diseases and medical aspects.
He said that protective healthcare programs would be continued to save the children from epidemic, communicable and