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J Infect Dis 1988 Jul;158(1):101-8.

Exposure to parturient cats: a risk factor for acquisition of Q fever in Maritime Canada.

Marrie TJ, Durant H, Williams JC, Mintz E, Waag DM

Department of Medicine, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

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Article type: Curated - Canary ID: 1756

Cause and Effect Analysis Interspecies susceptibility data Shared exposures with humans Shared outcomes with humans Gene sequence data
Yes Yes Yes Yes No
Study type N Routes Sampling Controls Timing
descriptive 2 inhalation, vector - - concurrent
case control 153 inhalation, vector - yes concurrent
Exposures Coxiella burnetii
Outcomes Q Fever
Species Cats
Human
Locations location map
Canada Alberta Province of Alberta (first-order administrative division)
New Brunswick Province of New Brunswick (first-order administrative division)
Newfoundland Province of Newfoundland (first-order administrative division)
Nova Scotia Province of Nova Scotia (first-order administrative division)
Ontario Province of Ontario (first-order administrative division)
Prince Edward Island Province of Prince Edward Island (first-order administrative division)

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