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American Academy of Disaster Medicine's (AADM) President Comments on U.S. Public Health System, Discusses Swine Flu Infection and Prevention
Date:4/28/2009

ministered within the first 36-48 hours of the appearance of symptoms. These medications can help reduce the duration of illness if infected, and can keep non-symptomatic patients from spreading the virus. However, patients must seek immediate attention if they believe they have been infected.

AADM recommends all persons consult with their own primary care physicians prior to traveling to an emergency room.

About the American Academy of Disaster Medicine

The American Academy of Disaster Medicine (AADM) is an affiliate of the American Board of Disaster Medicine, (ABODM). AADM formed to meet this and the myriad of needs created by the disaster planning, preparation, education, response and recovery environment.

The American Board of Disaster Medicine (ABODM), founded in 2006, is a member board of the American Board of Physician Specialties (ABPS). The ABPS, North America's third largest physician multi-specialty certifying organization, is the official certifying division of the American Association of Physician Specialists (AAPS). AAPS is a not-for-profit organization with headquarters in Tampa, Florida. More information is available on AAPS.

Contact:
Gary M. Klein, MD, MPH, MBA, CHS-V
President, American Academy of Disaster Medicine
(770) 842-8749

William J. Carbone
CEO, American Association of Physician Specialties (AAPS)
(404) 550-2425

Timothy Bell
Director of Government Affairs, American Association of Physician Specialties (AAPS)
(813) 433-2277

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