Enteroviruses are associated with various clinical symptoms, including mild respiratory illness, febrile rash illness, and neurologic illness, such as aseptic meningitis and encephalitis. EV-D68, however, primarily causes respiratory illness, although the full spectrum of disease remains unclear. Health care providers should consider EV-D68 as a possible cause of acute, unexplained severe illness.



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Los enterovirus se asocian con diversos sintomas clinicos, incluyendo enfermedad leve respiratoria, enfermedad eruptive fevril, y la enfermedad neurologica, como la meningitis aseptica y encephalitis. EV-D68, sin embargo, causa principalmente enfermedades respiratorias, aunque el espectro complete de la enfermedad sigue siendo poco clara. Los proveedores de salud deben considerer EV-D68 como una possible causa de la enfermedad aguda grave e inesperada.

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Upcoming Topics:
 December 11th - No Lunch & Learn - Happy Holidays!
January 8th - Beating the Winter Blues - Missi Martinez, LPC, Compass Behavioral Health
February 12th - Protecting Yourself; Personal Safety Tips - Stanton County Sheriff, Cody Morris
March 12th - Prevention and Treatment of Back Pain - Linell Griffin, DPT, & Gwen Miller, CPTA
April 9th - EMR "The New Patient Web Portal" - Marco Medina, SCH IT Director

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SCH Specialty Clinic 
106 E. Greenwood North
Johnson, KS

SCH Offers Mammography &
Bone Density Services

Stanton County Hospital now offers mammography and bone density (DEXA) services.  The mobile
service will be provided by United Radiology Group, out of Salina, Kansas.  Mammography and bone
densitometry (DEXA) services will both be available on the mobile coach, which features state-of-the-art 
equipment, including digital mammography.  The service will be available on an every other
month basis (June, August, October, December, February, April). 

For an appointment, please call (620) 492-6250, ext. 255