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Lyme Disease Physician Surveillance Form

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Health Care Provider Demographics

Patient Demographics

* Gender    

* Date of Birth

Exposure to Blacklegged Tick

Known Tick Bite?

Was Tick Engorged if Removed?    

Was Tick Sent to Public Health Ontario Lab?  

Signs and Symptoms


Erythema migrans is a 5 cm or larger round or oval, expanding erythematous skin lesion that typically become apparent 3 - 30 days after the tick has detached. Some lesions are homogeneously erythematous, whereas others have prominent central clearing or a distinctive target-like appearance.


Rash other than Erythema Migrans  

Central nervous system symptoms  

Peripheral nervous system symptoms  

Muscle / joint pain  

Swollen lymph nodes  

Fatigue  

Chills  

Fever  

Headache  

Heart block  

Myocarditis  

General weakness  

Testing

Serology Ordered?  

Rx Prescribed?  

Personal Information and Privacy

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Freedom of Information

Any information you share will be used only for the intended purpose for which it was provided. If you have any questions, email foi@niagararegion.ca or call 905-980-6000 ext. 3779.

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