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DHEC also offers the following tips for preparing traditional holiday food:
If the turkey is frozen, allow approximately three days for thawing in the refrigerator; never thaw at room temperature. Cook meat to desired doneness without interrupting the
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S.C. scare response success is variable | The Sun News - Myrtle Beach, SC
I can't emphasize enough that this is not something we just started on September 11th , said Dan Drociuk , bioterrorism coordinator at the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control.We've been working on planning and logistical issues for at least two years.This might have taken us unaware , but not unprepared..Still , Drociuk acknowledged , exercises can't replace the experience of dealing with a threat that could be real.We're learning something new every day as far as how to handle this , he said.It never prepares you for the real thing , but you're a heckuva lot more able to deal with it than if you go in cold..One area that has been shored up , Drociuk said , is communication between state health officials and doctors who might encounter problems.We're still educating physicians and hospitals as far as protocols and procedures , he said.In addition to that , it's a matter of just acting as the situation warrants..
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They have strong advocates in public health at the staff and local levels. - Dan Drociuk, Epidemiologist and former Director of Bioterrorism Surveillance and Response Program, SC DHEC
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DHEC does not track the number of individual cases, but it appears unlikely the state will have a repeat of last year's early and active flu season, Dan Drociuk, an epidemiologist with DHEC, said earlier this month.
The bottom line is South Carolina physicians need to know how to diagnose such diseases , said Daniel Drociuk , bioterrorism coordinator for DHEC.
A doctor hears hoofbeats , he
thinks horses , not zebras , he
said.So if a patient has acute respiratory infection and flu-like symptoms , the doctor suspects cold or flu -- the horse.But that might not be the case , anthrax may be the zebra , he
Detection is made more difficult because the anthrax cases are occurring during flu season.
If this happened during the summer , it might be easier to differentiate , Hester said.
Although the threat of anthrax in South Carolina is real , it should remain rare.Anthrax is not contagious , nor is it easily spread.