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Mail addressed to Overseas Military members must be addressed to a specific individual. Mail addressed to “Any Service member”, “Occupant” or similar type generic name will not be processed or delivered to the address listed on the mail piece.

As of 2009, certain diplomatic sites have DPO (Diplomatic Post Office) addresses, similar to APO addresses (DPO AA, DPO AE, DPO AP, followed by Zip or, preferably, Zip+4), as in this example for the US Embassy in Rabat, Morocco:

DPO Addresses do not use PSC or CMRs in their addressing system. Diplomatic installations that don't have DPO addresses can be mailed to in care of the US State Department in Washington DC. All others require international mail.

APO/FPO/DPO addresses can be used only from the USA or other areas served by the US Post Office, or from other APO/FPO/DPO addresses. Mail from elsewhere to these locations must be addressed through the town, city, and country in which the military or diplomatic installation is located, e.g.:

(That is the address given by the embassy, but it should have postal code.) You can always refer to the USPS Postal Bulletin (see References below) published every two weeks to see if APO/FPO/DPO zip codes are valid and refer to the restrictions or limitations on certain articles and sizes of articles that could be prohibited.

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For more about automatic sorting of US mail, see the Kermit News article, Kermit Helps Automate Mail Delivery .

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Prior to sending specimens to CDC for anthrax diagnostic testing, first consult with and obtain authorization from your state health department and contact the CDC Emergency Operations Center at 1-770-488-7100 for an anthrax testing consultation. Once approval has been obtained from your state health department and from CDC, please submit your specimen following the recommendations below.

Note: These recommendations also apply to specimen submissions for identification of infections caused by Bacillus cereus biovar anthracis .

Culturing B. anthracis from clinical specimens is the gold standard for diagnosing anthrax. If anthrax is suspected, clinical specimens, including blood cultures, should be collected before starting antimicrobial therapy. Culture will likely be negative if clinical specimens are collected after initiating antimicrobial therapy, regardless of the form of disease (cutaneous, gastrointestinal, inhalation, injection, or meningeal anthrax). However, other tests not requiring viable organism may be positive after antimicrobial use, if collected as directed below.

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Table 1

 Descriptive characteristics of cohorts included in meta-analysis of sex-specific associations of chronic kidney disease with mortality and end stage renal disease. Results for men and women are separated by a solidus unless stated otherwise

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In the combined general population and high risk cohorts, men had a 60% higher risk of all-cause mortality than women at an estimated glomerular filtration rate of 95 (adjusted hazard ratio 1.60 (95% confidence interval 1.52 to 1.69)) (fig 1A ). The adjusted hazard ratio for all-cause mortality increased with lower levels of estimated glomerular filtration rate in both sexes, but the slope of the mortality risk relationship was steeper for women than men (fig 1B). For example, the risk became significant at a higher level of estimated glomerular filtration rate in women than men (52 v 44), and the relative risk was slightly higher in women at glomerular filtration rates of ≤56 (average relative hazard ratio per 15 decrease in estimated glomerular filtration rate comparing women to men, 1.04 (95% confidence interval 1.02 to 1.07), P for interaction <0.01). Compared with a reference estimated glomerular filtration rate of 95, the adjusted hazard ratio for all-cause mortality at glomerular filtration rate 45 was 1.32 (1.08 to 1.61) in women and 1.22 (1.00 to 1.48) in men (fig 2 ). Categorical associations for estimated glomerular filtration rate and mortality risk were similar: compared with a reference estimated glomerular filtration rate of 90–104, women with a rate <45 had a higher mortality risk than men (table 2 , last column). The results for estimated glomerular filtration rate showed less heterogeneity among general population cohorts with urinary albumin-creatinine ratio data (I 2 =34.2%) and among high risk cohorts (I 2 =42.9%) than for the cohorts with urinary dipstick data (I 2 =84.1%).

Fig 1  Hazard ratios of all-cause mortality according to estimated glomerular filtration rate (A and B) and urinary albumin-creatinine ratio (C and D) in men versus women in general population cohorts and high cardiovascular risk cohorts. Panels A and C show sex-specific hazard ratios including a main effect for male sex at the reference point. Panels B and D show hazard ratios within each sex, thus visually removing the baseline difference between men and women. Hazard ratios were adjusted for age, sex, race, smoking status, systolic blood pressure, history of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, serum total cholesterol concentration, body mass index, and estimated glomerular filtration rate splines or albuminuria

Fig 2  Hazard ratios of all-cause mortality at estimated glomerular filtration rate of 45 ( rate of 95) in women and men per study. Hazard ratios were adjusted for age, sex, race, smoking status, systolic blood pressure, history of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, serum total cholesterol concentration, body mass index, and albuminuria

Table 2

 Adjusted hazard ratios of sex-specific categorical analysis of associations of estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR) and albuminuria with all-cause mortality and cardiovascular mortality in general population cohorts and high risk cohorts (including the studies with available urine dipstick data). Values are hazard ratios (95% confidence intervals) relative to the reference cell category of eGFR 90–104. The marginal associations of eGFR are in the rightmost column, and those for albuminuria are in the bottom rows for the two sections, each adjusted for each other

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Similar patterns were observed in the estimates of all-cause mortality risk associated with albuminuria (fig 1 , panels C and D). There was statistical evidence for interaction by sex, with a steeper increase in adjusted hazard ratio among women at urinary albumin-creatinine ratio >22 (fig 1D). Compared with a reference of albumin-creatinine ratio of 5, the adjusted hazard ratio for an albumin-creatinine ratio of 30 was 1.69 (1.54 to 1.84) in women and 1.43 (1.31 to 1.57) in men (P for interaction <0.01) (fig 3 ). In a categorical analysis combining cohorts measuring dipstick proteinuria, urinary albumin-creatinine ratio, and protein-creatinine ratio, the risk was present in both men and women in the high-normal category compared with normal category; however, women had a higher adjusted hazard ratio than men in each of the three clinical categories (high-normal, mild, and heavy) (table 2 ).

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