Ophthalmia neonatorum is a bacterial eye infection in newborn infants that is passed from a mother with a gonorrhea or chlamydia infection during birth. Symptoms include red eyes, pus in the eye and swollen eyelids. Though rare, severe infections can cause blindness. Prevention includes screening of pregnant women and antibiotic treatment of infected mothers and infants.
PHO Rounds: Gaming and Pandemics: Agile analysis in a time of crisis
This presentation shows how the flexible and dynamic application of red-teaming and gaming techniques can deliver impactful results.