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    • Farming-related deaths, Oklahoma, 1998-2008

    • Agricultural laborers--Mortality--Oklahoma.; Agriculture--Accidents--Oklahoma.; Agriculture--Accidents--Prevention.
    • Farming is one of the most hazardous industries in the United States. In 2008, 456 farmers and farm workers died due to farm-related injuries. From 1998 to 2008, 195 people were killed in farming-related incidents in Oklahoma. Farming related...
    • ATV Ride Safe Oklahoma

    • All terrain vehicles--Safety measures.
    • Purpose of ATV Safety To reduce ATV related injuries and fatalities of youth and adults by changing behavior in the following risk factor areas: • Wearing a helmet and protective gear. • Only carrying passengers on ATVs designed for multiple...
    • Bicycle safety tips for parents

    • Bicycles--Safety measures.
    • Choose the right size bicycle. Children should be able to sit on the bicycle seat with their feet flat on the ground.; Many injuries happen in predictable, preventable ways.
    • Traumatic brain injury data report 2004-2009

    • Brain--Wounds and injuries--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • Statewide surveillance for hospitalized and fatal traumatic brain injuries (TBI) was conducted in Oklahoma using 2004-2009 hospital discharge data and Vital Statistics (death certificate) data.
    • Traumatic brain injuries in Oklahoma, 1992-2003

    • Brain--Wounds and injuries--Oklahoma--Statistics.;
    • Statewide surveillance for hospitalized and fatal traumatic brain injuries (TBI) has been conducted in Oklahoma through hospital medical records departments and the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner since 1992.;
    • Traumatic brain injury surveillance summary report.

    • Brain--Wounds and injuries--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Brain--Wounds and injuries--Reporting--Oklahoma--Methodology.;
    • Authority. The Injury Prevention Service (IPS) has had the authority to collect and maintain TBI surveillance data since TBIs were mandated a reportable condition in April 1991 by the Oklahoma Board of Health and the Oklahoma legislature (HJR...
    • Resources and services directory for head injury and other conditions

    • Brain--Wounds and injuries--Patients--Services for--Oklahoma--Directories.;Brain--Wounds and injuries--Complications--Patients--Services for--Oklahoma--Directories.;Brain damage--Patients--Services for--Oklahoma--Directories.
    • The intent of the directory is to help individuals, families, and providers know what resources and services are available in the state of Oklahoma and how they may seek referral or obtain them directly. The need for such a document became readily...
    • Resources and services directory for head injury and other conditions

    • Brain--Wounds and injuries--Patients--Services for--Oklahoma--Directories.; Brain--Wounds and injuries--Complications--Patients--Services for--Oklahoma--Directories.; Brain damage--Patients--Services for--Oklahoma--Directories.
    • The Resource Directory for Head Injury and Other Conditions was first developed by Ruth Azeredo and the Traumatic Neurologic Injury Advisory Council and other partners in 2007. The original Directory was reviewed by individuals selected for their...
    • Traumatic brain injury surveillance summary report

    • Brain--Wounds and injuries--Reporting--Oklahoma--Methodology.
    • "The Injury Prevention Service (IPS) has had the authority to collect and maintain TBI surveillance data since TBIs were mandated a reportable condition in April 1991 by the Oklahoma Board of Health and the Oklahoma legislature (HJR 1040)."
    • Traumatic brain injury surveillance summary report

    • Brain--Wounds and injuries--Reporting--Oklahoma--Methodology.
    • "The Injury Prevention Service (IPS) has had the authority to collect and maintain TBI surveillance data since TBIs were mandated a reportable condition in April 1991 by the Oklahoma Board of Health and the Oklahoma legislature (HJR 1040)."
    • Traumatic brain injury

    • Brain-damaged children.; Children with disabilities--Education.; United States. Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
    • Definition of Traumatic Brain Injury under IDEA Traumatic Brain Injury is an acquired injury to the brain caused by an external physical force, resulting in total or partial functional disability or psychosocial impairment, or both, that adversely...
    • Update on Oklahoma bridges and highways.

    • Bridges--Oklahoma--Maintenance and repair.; Bridges--Oklahoma--Design and construction.; Roads--Oklahoma--Maintenance and repair.; Roads--Oklahoma--Design and construction.;
    • As the information in this update is considered, it is important to reflect on the conditions, experiences and occurrences that previously defined a highway system in a state of unmanageable disrepair along with the initiative, efforts and...
    • Burn prevention and diabetic neuropathy

    • Burns and scalds--Prevention.; Diabetic retinopathy.
    • Diabetic burn patients have longer hospitalizations and more infections, complications, and procedures, than non-diabetic burn patients.; Many injuries happen in predictable, preventable ways.
    • Burn injuries in teen restaurant workers

    • Burns and scalds--Prevention.; Restaurants--Oklahoma--Safety measures.; Burns and scalds--Oklahoma.
    • A total of 104 restaurant and food service workers were hospitalized in Oklahoma burn centers for work-related burn injuries from 1988to 2006. Eighteen (17%) of these workers wereunder 20 years of age. One-third of the burns involved more than 10%...
    • Chemical burns

    • Chemical burns--Oklahoma.; Chemical burns--Prevention.
    • From 1999-2008, 463 persons were hospitalized in a burn center and 125 died as a result of a work-related burn injury. Forty-nine(8%) of these injuries (including one death) were the result of a chemical burn.
    • Review of the death of Christian A. Norris of Washington County, Oklahoma

    • Child abuse--Oklahoma--Bartlesville.; Children--Oklahoma--Bartlesville--Death.; Norris, Christian A., 2007-2010.; Benton, Joshua Robert, 1987- --Trials, litigation, etc.
    • The Office of Juvenile System Oversight (OJSO) received a request for a public report regarding the death of three-year-old Christian A. Norris. A 911 called was received that reported Christian A. Norris was in route to a local hospital...
    • Good health handbook : a guide for those caring for children.

    • Child care.; Child care services.; Children--Wounds and injuries--Prevention.
    • As child care providers, we know that one of your most important roles is to do all that you can to keep every child in your care healthy and safe. This handbook will help you by providing up-to-date information on health and safety issues.; The...
    • Questions & answers for parents.

    • Child welfare--Oklahoma.; Child abuse--Investigation--Oklahoma.; Oklahoma. Child Protective Services.; Oklahoma. Child Welfare Services.
    • Explains what Child Welfare Services does upon receiving a report of suspected child abuse or neglect. Child Protective Services (CPS) is a child welfare (CW) service that focuses on protecting children from harm. The Oklahoma Department of Human...
    • Assessing child safety in Oklahoma

    • Child welfare--Oklahoma.; Oklahoma. Child Protective Services--Evaluation.
    • Presenting to the Commission will be Dr. Page Walley and Dr. Sue Steib of Casey Family Programs regarding their findings of a recent review of Oklahoma’s child welfare safety assessment practices.--news release, OKDHS 9/23/2011; The Review *...
    • 1GHS : first grade health survey

    • Children--Health and hygiene--Oklahoma--Statistics.;Health surveys--Oklahoma.;First grade (Education)--Oklahoma.
    • "The Oklahoma First Grade Health Survey (1GHS), developed by the Maternal and Child Health Service (MCH) at the Oklahoma State Department of Health, collects data on health and health-related issues of first grade students attending public schools...
    • Review of the death of Ahonesty Hicks of Oklahoma County of Oklahoma

    • Children--Oklahoma--Oklahoma County--Death.; Child abuse--Oklahoma--Oklahoma County.; Hicks, Ahonesty, 2009-2011.; Wells, Deandre --Trials, litigation, etc.
    • On May 4, 2011, the Office of Juvenile System Oversight (OJSO) received a request for a public report pursuant to Title 10A Section 1-6-105 in regard to the death of Ahonesty Hicks, a one year old child who died on May 3, 2011. Deandre Wells was...
    • Annual summary, epidemiology of communicable diseases and reportable injuries Oklahoma

    • Communicable diseases--Reporting--Oklahoma--Periodicals.; Communicable diseases--Oklahoma--Statistics--Periodicals.; Communicable diseases--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • Communicable disease reporting has been an essential element in monitoring and maintaining the health of the public in Oklahoma for more than 70 years.; Reporting of communicable diseases is still required in Oklahoma.; Currently, 51 diseases,...
    • Construction-related deaths, Oklahoma, 1998-2008

    • Construction industry--Accidents--Oklahoma.
    • Construction and renovation of homes and buildings results in many injuries and deaths each year in the United States. From 1998 to 2008, 82 people were killed in construction-related incidents in Oklahoma. Construction-related deaths accounted for...
    • Construction-related deaths, Oklahoma, 1998-2008

    • Construction industry--Accidents--Oklahoma.
    • "Construction of new homes and buildings as well as renovations of these structures results in many injuries and deaths each year in the United States. In 2008, 753 construction workers died due to construction-related injuries. From January 1998...
    • Work-related motor vehicle crash deaths, Oklahoma, 2007

    • Crash injuries--Oklahoma.; Traffic accidents--Prevention.
    • A total of 5,657 work-related deaths occurred in the United States in 2007. Of these, one fourth (1,141) were highway incidents. In Oklahoma, there were 36 work-related motor vehicle crash fatalities on public roads in 2007 (5% of all traffic crash...
    • Pedal cyclist crash injuries, Oklahoma, 2008.

    • Cycling accidents--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Traffic accidents--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Crash injuries--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • Pedal cyclists, in this report, include riders of any nonmotorized vehicle, (uni-, bi-, or tricyles) powered by pedals. Pedal cycling has both environmental and health benefits. It is non-fuel-consuming and non-polluting, helps improve...
    • Lesiones relacionados a bicicletas

    • Cycling accidents.; Bicycles--Safety measures.
    • Casi 150 personas en Oklahoma son hospitalizados cada año debido a lesiones relacionados a bicicletas.; Prevención Elija la bicicleta del tamaño correcto para cada niño - no una que tiene que adaptarse.
    • Bicycle-related injuries

    • Cycling accidents.; Bicycles--Safety measures.
    • Nearly 150 Oklahomans are hospitalized each year for bicycle-related injuries.; Prevention Choose the right size bicycle for each child - not one to grow into.
    • Using tree ring analysis to determine fire history in the Oklahoma Ozarks

    • Dendochronology--Ozark Mountains.; Fire ecology--Ozark Mountains--History.; Fire ecology--Oklahoma--J.T. Nickel Family nature and Wildlife Preserve--History.; Dendochronology--Oklahoma--J.T. Nickel Family Nature and Wildlife Preserve.; J. T. Nickel...
    • To determine the fire history of an oak-pine forest, woodland, and savanna mosaic in the Oklahoma Ozarks, and to examine the key factors that historically influenced fire regimes in the region.
    • Oklahoma disease reporting manual

    • Diseases--Reporting--Oklahoma.;Communicable diseases--Oklahoma.
    • The manual provides an overview of reporting requirements for diseases, conditions, and injuries as mandated by Title 63 O.S. 1981 section 1-503. In addition to reporting requirements, the manual controls protocols for surveillance, required...
    • Submersion injuries in Oklahoma, 1988-2003

    • Drowning victims--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • Statewide fatal and hospitalized submersion injuries have been reported to the Oklahoma State Department of Health since October 1987. Surveillance data were gathered from hospital medical records, the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, the...
    • Electrocution deaths, Oklahoma, 2000-2009

    • Electrical injuries--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Electrical injuries--Prevention.
    • Contact with electrical transmission or electric current results in thousands of injuries and deaths each year in the United States. In 2009, 170 workers died due to fatal electrocution injuries. From 2000 to 2009, 63 people were killed in...
    • Muertes por electrocución en Oklahoma, 2000-2009

    • Electrical injuries--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Electrical injuries--Prevention.
    • Cada año en los Estados Unidos el contacto con la transmisión eléctrica o corriente eléctrica resulta en miles de lesiones y muertes. En el 2009, 170 trabajadores murieron debido a heridas por electrocución fatales. Desde el 2000 al 2009 en...
    • Electrical hazards

    • Electrical injuries--Prevention.; Construction industry--Employees--Wounds and injuries--Prevention.;
    • Construction can be a safe occupation when workers are aware of the hazards at their worksite and an effective safety and health program is in use.; Electrical hazards are 1 of the 4 main hazards in construction causing serious injury or death....
    • Electrical hazards

    • Electrical injuries--Prevention.;Construction industry--Employees--Wounds and injuries--Prevention.
    • Electrical hazards are 1 of the 4 main hazards in construction causing serious injury or death.

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