Medical Event Reports.txt

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Medical Event Reports.txt
2014-12-09 07:00:04

HMC 2015
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  1. NAVENPVNTMEDUs will submit urgent reports to NAVENVIRHLTHCEN no later thanhow many hours after receipt?
  2. Most reportable medical events are routine, and must be submitted no later than the what day of each month to cognizant NAVENPVNTMEDU?
  3. Who shall maintain an effective command medical event surveillance program?
    Commanding officers
  4. What software program is the preferred method of reporting?
  5. A successful communicable disease and injury control program depends on what of suspected or confirmed cases?
    Early notification
  6. What will be submitted for specific medical events that include selected communicable diseases, injuries, and outbreaks?
  7. Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) reporting is not performed using MER. HIV infections should be reported to whom and to appropriate state authorities?
  8. Who shall perform global medical event surveillance and monitoring of reportable medical events?
    Commanding Officer,NAVENVIRHLTHCEN
  9. What is defined as a communicable condition with a suspected common source, or which occurs in one or more clusters among personnel in a particular location,work center, berthing compartment, daycare, or involving more than an expected number of individuals?
    A reportable outbreak
  10. NAVENPVNTMEDU's must keep all MER's on file for how many years?
  11. When a reportable medical event is suspected or confirmed,unit senior medical department representives shall submit MER's using what system?
    Naval Disease Reporting System (NDRS)
  12. Commanding Officers,NAVENVIRHLTHCEN shall validtae, on what basis a sample of MER's as directed by NAVENVIRHLTHCEN?
  13. A suspected outbreak occuring among military personnel is considered an urgent reportable medical event and must be reported within what time frame to the cognizant NAVENPVNTMEDU by whatever means available?
  14. Reports are submitted electronically via the internet or by mailing a what to the cognizant NAVENPVNTMEDU?
    3.5 DISKETTE
  15. What must be submitted by the medical department of the command with primary responsibility for the health of the affected individual?
  16. All message MER's must be identified by what report control symbol in the subject line?
    MED 6220-3
  17. Commanding officers shall submit what type of naval message when a medical event may attract high level Navy interest or affect operational readiness?
    OPREP-3 Navy Blue
  18. NAVENPVNTMEDU's will submit routine reports to NAVENVIRHLTHCEN no later than what day of each month?
  19. After local confirmation of Molaria and in the absence of confirmation capability, forward what to the nearest NAVENPVNTMEDU for confirmation following local interpretation?
  20. Who is the primary action addressee on MER's?
  21. The Medical Event Reports replaced which Report?
    Disease Alert
  22. Seemingly unrelated cases of disease and injury occurring on different ships or stations may be medically significant when viewed on what basis?
  23. If an operational unit must send an urgent MER by message, it should be sent as what classification?
  24. Medical event disease surveillance is particulary important in military populations where medical events can have what type of effects?
  25. In situations when timeliness is critical, what method of reporting with follow on correspondence to the cognizant NAVENPVNTMEDU is acceptable?
    Direct telephone or E-mail