PHLN laboratory case definitions

Collection description

This collection contains Public Health Laboratory Network laboratory case definition documents for nationally notifiable diseases within Australia.

For information on how these definitions are developed, see Process for developing and reviewing PHLN’s laboratory case definitions.

For clinical case definitions, see CDNA surveillance case definitions

 

A

Alphavirus and flavivirus – Laboratory case definition

Anthrax – Laboratory case definition

Australian bat lyssavirus infection – Laboratory case definition

B

Botulism – Laboratory case definition

Brucellosis – Laboratory case definition

C

Campylobacteriosis – Laboratory case definition

Chlamydia – Laboratory case definition

Cholera – Laboratory case definition

Clostridiodes difficile infection – Laboratory case definition

Clostridium perfringens enteritis – Laboratory case definition

Cryptosporidiosis – Laboratory case definition

D

Diphtheria – Laboratory case definition

Donovanosis – Laboratory case definition

F

Flavivirus – Laboratory case definition

G

Gonococcal infection – Laboratory case definition

H

Haemophilus influenzae type b – Laboratory case definition

Hendra virus – Laboratory case definition

Hepatitis A – Laboratory case definition

Hepatitis B – Laboratory case definition

Hepatitis C – Laboratory case definition

Hepatitis E – Laboratory case definition

Human immunodeficiency virus – Laboratory case definition

Human transmissible spongiform encephalopathies – Laboratory case definition

I

Influenza – Laboratory case definition

Invasive pneumococcal disease – Laboratory case definition

L

Legionellosis – Laboratory case definition

Leprosy – Laboratory case definition

Leptospirosis – Laboratory case definition

Listeriosis – Laboratory case definition

M

Malaria – Laboratory case definition

Measles – Laboratory case definition

Melioidosis – Laboratory case definition

Meningococcal disease – Laboratory case definition

Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus – Laboratory case definition

Monkeypox – Laboratory case definition

Mumps – Laboratory case definition

Mycoplasma genitalium – Laboratory case definition

N

Norovirus – Laboratory case definition

O

Ornithosis or psittacosis – Laboratory case definition

P

Parainfluenza virus – Laboratory case definition

Plague – Laboratory case definition

Polio – Laboratory case definition

Q

Q fever – Laboratory case definition

R

Respiratory syncytial virus – Laboratory case definition

Rotavirus – Laboratory case definition

Rubella – Laboratory case definition

S

Salmonella – Laboratory case definition

Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus – Laboratory case definition

Shiga-like toxigenic Escherichia coli – Laboratory case definition

Shigellosis – Laboratory case definition

Smallpox – Laboratory case definition

Syphilis – Laboratory case definition

T

Tetanus – Laboratory case definition

Tuberculosis – Laboratory case definition

Tularaemia – Laboratory case definition

V

Varicella zoster virus – Laboratory case definition

Viral haemorrhagic fever – Laboratory case definition

W

Whooping cough – Laboratory case definition

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Last updated: 
12 July 2022
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