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There are only 3 recent reports of nosocomial transmission of mumps in the published literature.In all 3, none of the control measures instituted appeared to be highly effective in preventing onward transmission.In particular there has never been a case of congenital rubella syndrome associated with a rubella vaccine virus.
In one published series of infection in acute lymphoblastic leukaemia patients infection often remained subclinical and similar to that of healthy children.
There are currently no recommendations for excluding women from such settings for the following reasons: There may be specific circumstances that make the risk to a pregnancy of contracting mumps higher for particular individuals. There is no evidence, that we are aware of, to support the use of human normal immunoglobulin for contacts of cases as this has not been shown to have any benefit.
There is no evidence we are aware of that pregnant women are at any higher risk of complications of mumps than other adults and no specific treatment other than supportive is recommended.
Such incidents can be disruptive to staffing, may lead to prolonged in-patient stays, and can cause morbidity in both staff and patients.
There is no evidence to suggest that individuals who are immunocompromised are at increased risk of the complications of mumps.Where we have identified any third party copyright information you will need to obtain permission from the copyright holders concerned.