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    • Annual report of the Physician Advisory Committee

    • Oklahoma. Physician Advisory Committee--Periodicals.; Workers' compensation--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • This is the annual report of the Physician Advisory Committee, an advisory body to the Oklahoma Workers' Compensation Court statutorily created by section 201.1 of Title 85 of the Oklahoma Statutes.;The statutory duties of the Physician Advisory...
    • Preparing for a lifetime toolkit

    • Infants--Health and hygiene--Popular works.; Mothers--Health and hygiene--Popular works.; Infants--Death--Prevention--Popular works.
    • We all want Oklahoma’s babies to be safe and healthy. Many things can help and everyone can play a role.--webpage
    • Infection prevention and control manual

    • Infection--Prevention--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Communicable diseases--Prevention--Handbooks, manuals, etc.
    • This latest revision of the Infection Prevention and Control Manual addresses current issues pertaining to infection control and employee health within settings unique to the Oklahoma State Department of Health.
    • Annual summary of infectious diseases

    • Communicable diseases--Oklahoma--Statistics--Periodicals.
    • Oklahoma Disease Reporting Summary; The information contained in this summary consolidates surveillance and reports of disease in Oklahoma for [year]. Specifically it contains: 1) information on infectious disease reports at the state and county...
    • Oklahoma statewide epidemiologic profile for HIV prevention community planning

    • HIV infections--Epidemiology--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;HIV (Viruses)--Oklahoma--Statistics--Periodicals.;HIV infections--Prevention--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;AIDS (Disease)--Prevention--Oklahoma--Periodicals.; Sexually transmitted...
    • This document was prepared for the Oklahoma HIV/STD prevention and community planning groups and HIV/STD services providers.; This epidemiologic profile should thoroughly characterize the HIV epidemic among the various populations in Oklahoma and...
    • Controlling the spread of norovirus in schools and child care settings.

    • Norovirus--Popular works.; Foodborne diseases--Prevention.; Virus diseases--Prevention.; Viral gastroenteritis--Prevention.
    • Outbreaks of norovirus infection are more likely to occur during winter months within institutions such as residential facilities, hospitals, long-term care facilities, schools, and child care settings. The virus is easily spread from...
    • Hepatitis A

    • Hepatitis A--Popular works.
    • What is hepatitis A? Hepatitis A is a contagious disease that affects the liver. It is the most common type of hepatitis reported in the U.S. In children, the disease is usually mild, but many adults who develop hepatitis A are ill enough to miss...
    • Schedule of medical and hospital fees

    • Workers' compensation--Rates--Oklahoma.
    • The Schedule of Medical and Hospital Fees outlines maximum reimbursement levels for health care providers, including hospitals and ambulatory surgical centers, rendering health care services to injured employees as provided in the Workers'...
    • 2010 Oklahoma prevention needs assessment survey. Results for state of Oklahoma

    • School children--Substance use--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Youth--Substance use--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Juvenile delinquency--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • This report summarizes the findings from the State of Oklahoma Prevention Needs Assessment (OPNA) Survey that was conducted during the spring of 2010 in grades 6, 8, 10, and 12. The results for the State of Oklahoma are presented along with...
    • Logan County community health assessment

    • Logan County (Okla.)--Statistics, Medical.; Health status indicators--Oklahoma--Logan County.; Public health--Oklahoma--Logan County.
    • During the winter of 2010, the Logan County Partnership engaged the community to assess the health status of county residents. Using the Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnerships (MAPP) model, organizers gathered information for four...
    • Cytomegalovirus (CMV)

    • Cytomegalovirus infections--Popular works.
    • What is Cytomegalovirus (CMV)? CMV is a member of the herpes virus family. Anyone can become infected with CMV. In the United States, between 50% and 85% of adults are infected by 40 years of age. Most people infected with CMV have mild or no...
    • 2013-2014 season flu facts

    • Influenza--Oklahoma--Prevention.
    • What is influenza?; Influenza, also called “the flu”, is caused by a virus that mainly affects the nose, throat, bronchial airways, and lungs. There are two main types of flu that affect humans, types A and B. Either or both types can circulate in...
    • Mumps (infectious parotitis)

    • Mumps--Popular works.
    • What is mumps? Mumps is an infection caused by the mumps virus that can result in swelling with tenderness of the salivary glands (the cheek and jaw area) along with fever.
    • Hantavirus

    • Hantaviruses--Popular works.
    • What is Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome? Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (HPS) is a severe, sometimes fatal, respiratory illness caused by hantaviruses.
    • Chemical terrorism

    • Poisoning--Oklahoma.; Chemical terrorism.
    • poster; Call Poison Control 24/7 for Treatment Information; blood, nerve, blister, choking, metal
    • Seasonal flu facts, 2011-2012

    • Influenza--Oklahoma--Prevention.;
    • What is Influenza? Influenza, also called "the flu," is caused by a virus that mainly affects the nose, throat, bronchial airways, and lungs.; Who should get vaccinated this year in Oklahoma?; What are the types of flu vaccine available this year?
    • Trichinellosis

    • Trichinosis--Popular works.
    • What is trichinellosis? Trichinellosis, also called trichinosis, is an infection found in mammals, birds, and reptiles caused by a species of roundworm called Trichinella. In the first half of the 20th century, several hundred cases occurred...
    • Oklahoma uniform application : Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant.

    • Federal aid to alcoholism programs--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Federal aid to drug abuse treatment programs--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Substance abuse--Oklahoma--Prevention--Periodicals.;Substance abuse--Treatment--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • The SAPT Block Grant application format provides the means for States to comply with the reporting provisions of the Public Health Service Act (42 USC 300x-21-64), as implemented by the Interim Final Rule and the Tobacco Regulation for the SAPT...
    • Typhoid fever

    • Typhoid fever--Popular works.
    • What is typhoid fever? Typhoid fever is an infectious disease caused by the bacterium Salmonella Typhi. In the United States, about 400 cases occur each year with approximately 75% of these cases acquired during travel to underdeveloped countries,...
    • Q fever

    • Q fever--Popular works.
    • What is Q Fever? Q Fever is caused by the bacteria Coxiella burnetii and infects both humans and animals. The bacteria is typically spread from non-symptomatic animals and causes flu-like symptoms in humans.
    • Caregiver assistance news, 02/2012

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    • The Failing Heart: Sign & Symptoms of Heart Failure, When To Call the Doctor; New Medications - New Symptoms; Shovel Snow Safely; Heart Attack Signs in Women; Support Hose; Taking Care of Yourself - Yoga and the Heart; Heart Attack;
    • Hand foot and mouth disease

    • Coxsackieviruses--Popular works.
    • What is hand, foot and mouth disease? Hand, foot and mouth disease (HFMD) is a viral infection most often caused by a virus from the enterovirus group called coxsackie virus. It causes a fever and a blister-like rash that, as the name says, occurs...
    • Respiratory syncytial virus

    • Respiratory syncytial virus--Popular works.
    • What is respiratory syncytial virus? Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is a common respiratory illness of childhood. RSV is the most common cause of pneumonia and of inflammation of small airways of the lungs in infants and children under one year...
    • Rubella

    • Rubella--Popular works.
    • What is rubella? Rubella is a viral illness that can cause a slight fever, red rash, and swollen glands that lasts for about 3 days. Most cases are mild. Since most people get the vaccine, rubella is rare in the United States. However, outbreaks...
    • Norovirus.

    • Viral gastroenteritis--Popular works.; Virus diseases--Prevention.; Foodborne diseases--Prevention.
    • What is norovirus? Norivurses are a group of viruses that cause diarrhea or vomiting in people. Anyone can become infected with these viruses. Since norovirus infection is not a reportable disease in Oklahoma, the number of cases that occur each...
    • Lyme disease

    • Lyme Disease.
    • What is Lyme disease? Lyme disease is a tickborne illness, caused by the bacteria Borrelia burgdorferi (B. burgdorferi ).
    • Anthrax

    • Anthrax--Popular works.
    • What is anthrax? Anthrax is caused by the spore-forming bacterium, Bacillus anthracis. Anthrax is found naturally in soil and commonly affects animals. Although it is rare, it can also infect humans when they are exposed to infected animals or...
    • Chikungunya virus

    • Chikungunya--Popular works.
    • What is Chikungunya? Chikungunya (pronounced chik-en-gun-ye) is a viral disease caused by the Chikungunya virus. Currently, the virus is not indigenous to the continental United States (US), meaning that the virus is not found in the US and is not...
    • Viral meningitis

    • Meningitis--Popular works.
    • What is viral meningitis? Meningitis is a swelling covering of the brain and spinal cord. Viral (aseptic) meningitis is the most common form of meningitis. It is usually a mild illness, and most people with viral meningitis recover fully.
    • Primary and secondary syphilis, 2011

    • Syphilis--Popular works.; Syphilis--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • DEMOGRAPHIC BREAKDOWN In 2011, there were 84 new cases of P&S syphilis with an incidence rate of 2.2 cases per 100,000 population. Of these 84 cases, 72 (86%) were among men.
    • Common diseases of conifers in Oklahoma

    • Conifers--Diseases and pests--Oklahoma.
    • Foliage diseases of conifers can be of great importance to the survival and general vigor of these trees in Oklahoma. The green needles of conifers often represent several years of growth and the tree depends upon all of these needles for its...
    • Blue-green algae (cyanobacteria)

    • Cyanobacteria--Health aspects--Popular works.
    • What is Blue-green algae (BGA)? Blue-green algae, also known as Cyanobacteria, are microscopic organisms that live in water. The algae are usually too small to be seen, but sometimes can form visible algae blooms. BGA blooms can form in warm,...
    • Meningitis.

    • Meningitis--Popular works.
    • What is meningitis? Meningitis is an inflammation of the tissues that cover the brain and spinal cord. Bacteria, viruses, or fungi may cause meningitis. Viral meningitis is the most common form of meningitis and is caused by an infection with one...

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