List of notifiable diseases

List of notifiable diseases

The following is a list of notifiable diseases arranged by country.

Australia

Source: [Australia: [http://www.health.gov.au/internet/main/publishing.nsf/Content/cda_surveil-nndss-dislist.htm Australian national notifiable diseases list and case definitions] ]

*Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
*Anthrax
*Arbovirus infections:
**Barmah Forest
**Dengue fever
**Japanese encephalitis
**Kunjin virus
**Murray Valley encephalitis virus
**Ross River virus
*Botulism
*Brucellosis
*Campylobacteriosis
*Chlamydia
*Cholera
*Cryptosporidiosis
*Diphtheria
*Donovanosis
*Gonococcal infection
*Haemolytic uraemic syndrome (HUS)
*Haemophilus influenzae serotype b (Hib)
*Hepatitis A
*Hepatitis B
*Hepatitis C
*Hepatitis D
*Hepatitis E
*Hepatitis
*Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection
*Influenza
*Legionellosis
*Leprosy
*Leptospirosis
*Listeriosis
*Lyssavirus
*Malaria
*Measles
*Meningococcal disease
*Mumps
*Psittacosis
*Pertussis
*Plague
*Poliomyelitis
*Pneumococcal disease
*Q fever
*Rubella
*Salmonellosis
*Shigellosis
*Shiga toxin- and verocytotoxin-producing Escherichia coli (STEC/VTEC)
*Smallpox
*Syphilis
*Tetanus
*Tuberculosis
*Tularemia
*Typhoid fever
*Yellow fever

Malaysia

Source: [Malaysia: [http://www.pcdom.org.my/docinfo/docinfo/docinfo-1/notify Primary Care Doctors Organization Malaysia] ]

*Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
*Cholera
*Dengue fever
*Diphtheria
*Dysentery
*Ebola
*Encephalitis
*Food poisoning
*Gonococcal infection
*Gonorrhea
*Hepatitis
*Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection
*Leprosy
*Malaria
*Measles
*Paratyphoid fever
*Pertussis
*Plague
*Poliomyelitis
*Rabies
*Relapsing fever
*Rickettsiosis
*Syphilis
*Tetanus
*Tuberculosis
*Typhoid fever
*Typhus
*Whooping cough
*Yellow feverOther life threatening infectious diseases.

United Kingdom

Source: [UK: [http://www.hpa.org.uk/infections/topics_az/noids/noidlist.htm List of Notifiable Diseases] ]

*Anthrax
*Cholera
*Diphtheria
*Dysentery
*Encephalitis
*Hepatitis
*Leprosy
*Leptospirosis
*Malaria
*Measles
*Meningitis
*Meningoccal septicaemia
*Mumps
*Ophthalmia neonatorum
*Paratyphoid fever
*Plague
*Poliomyelitis
*Rabies
*Relapsing fever
*Rubella
*Scarlet fever
*Smallpox
*Tetanus
*Tuberculosis
*Typhoid fever
*Typhus
*Viral haemorrhagic fever, including Lassa fever and Marburg virus
*Whooping cough
*Yellow fever

United States

Notifiable diseases

Source: [USA: [http://www.cdc.gov/epo/dphsi/PHS/infdis2007.htm Nationally Notifiable Infectious Diseases] from CDC (public domain resource)]

*Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
*Anthrax
*Botulism
*Chancroid
*Chlamydia trachomatis
*Cholera
*Coccidioidomycosis
*Cryptosporidiosis
*Cyclospora
*Diphtheria
*California encephalitis virus
*Eastern equine encephalitis
*St. Louis encephalitis
*Western equine encephalitis
*Ehrlichiosis
*
*Giardiasis
*Gonorrhea
*Haemophilus influenzae
*Hansen's disease (Leprosy)
*Hantavirus
*Hemolytic uremic syndrome
*Hepatitis A
*Hepatitis B
*Hepatitis, C/non-A, non-B
*HIV infection
*Legionellosis
*Listeriosis
*Lyme disease
*Malaria
*Measles
*Meningococcal disease
*Mumps
*Pertussis
* Plague (bubonic, septicemic, pneumonic and pharyngeal)
*Poliomyelitis, paralytic
*Psittacosis
*Q Fever
*Rabies
*Rocky Mountain spotted fever
*Rubella
*Rubella, congenital syndrome
*Salmonellosis
*Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome
*Shigellosis
*Smallpox
*Group A Streptococcal disease
*Streptococcus pneumoniae
*Syphilis
*Syphilis, congenital
*Tetanus
*Toxic shock syndrome (Streptococcal and other than Streptococcal)
*Trichinosis
*Tuberculosis
*Tularemia
*Typhoid fever
*West Nile virus
*VancomycinIntermediate Staph Aureus
*VancomycinResistant Staph Aureus
*Varicella (deaths only)
*Yellow fever

Not notifiable, but recommended for surveillance

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*Amebiasis
*Aseptic meningitis
*Bacterial meningitis
*Campylobacter infection
*Dengue fever
*Genital herpes
*Genital warts
*Giardiasis
*Granuloma inguinale
*Leptospirosis
*Lymphogranuloma venereum
*Mucopurulent cervicitis
*Nongonococcal urethritis
*Pelvic inflammatory disease
*Rheumatic fever
*Varicella (chickenpox)

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