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    • 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...
    • 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.
    • Invest Ed : investor protection kit : www.investedok.org

    • Investments--Study and teaching--Oklahoma.; Consumer protection--Oklahoma.; Invest Ed (Program); Fraud--Oklahoma.
    • Invest Ed® is a multi-faceted investor education program made possible by the Oklahoma Securities Commission. All programs are produced by the University of Oklahoma Outreach.
    • Measles (rubeola)

    • Measles.
    • What is measles? Measles is a highly infectious viral disease that is also known as rubeola, seven-day measles, hard measles, or old-fashioned measles. It is characterized by a high fever and a red blotchy rash starting on the face then spreading...
    • 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...
    • Scabies

    • Scabies.
    • What is scabies? Scabies is a skin condition caused by infestation with a tiny parasite Sarcoptes scabiei, also known as a mite. Scabies mites burrow under the skin, producing pimple-like bumps, which can develop into a rash.
    • Southern tick-associated rash illness (STARI)

    • Southern tick-associated rash illness--Popular works.; Ticks as carriers of diseases--Popular works.
    • What is STARI? Persons in the southeastern and south central states, including Oklahoma, have reported having a “bull’s-eye” rash that is typically seen in persons with the early stages of Lyme disease. However, testing for the bacteria that...
    • OASIS-C basic clinical workshop

    • Home care services--Data processing.; Medicare--Claims administration.; Outcome assessment (Medical care)--Methodology.
    • Home health agencies must conduct comprehensive, accurate, standardized and reproducible assessments of each patient using the Outcome and Assessment Information Set (OASIS). The automated OASIS system is a critical component of the Oklahoma State...
    • The hostage handbook

    • Hostages.
    • The department goals are: To prevent hostage situations from occurring through sound security practices, establishing good communication between first line staff and the administration, and positive interaction between staff and inmates. To resolve...
    • Annual summary of infectious diseases, 2011

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    • The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) is pleased to send you a copy of the 2011 Annual Summary of Infectious Diseases. The information contained in this report consolidates summaries of communicable disease surveillance and investigations...
    • 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.
    • The Oklahoma bar journal

    • Law--Periodicals--Oklahoma.;Bar associations--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Law reports, digests, etc.--Oklahoma.
    • The Oklahoma Bar Journal is a publication of the Oklahoma Bar Association.
    • 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...
    • Dengue fever

    • Dengue--Popular works.
    • What is dengue? Dengue (pronounced den' gee) is an infection caused by a virus from the dengue virus family and is spread by being bitten by an infected mosquito. Dengue viruses cause conditions called dengue fever and dengue hemorrhagic fever....
    • Grand old times, 07-08/2012

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    • Awards Received at the State Conference on Aging; Important Notice!!! Grand Gateway Area Agency on Aging, National Family Caregiver Program (NFCSP), manages a Respite Voucher Program for caregivers and grandparents raising grandchildren.; Next...
    • Diphtheria

    • Diphtheria--Popular works.
    • What is diphtheria? Diphtheria is an illness caused by the bacteria Corynebacterium diphtheriae. The bacteria make a toxin that harms nerves and organs such as the heart and kidneys. It also causes a fever, sore throat, and problems with...
    • SoonerCare provider update, spring 2014

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    • Permanent Rule Changes; OHCA Adds New Measure to Combat Public Crisis of Prescription Drug Abuse; New 1500 Form; Stage 2 Begins for the Oklahoma EHR Incentive Program; Connecting DME to Oklahomans in Need; Think Teeth: Help Create Smiles for...
    • Annual progress report, 1978

    • Migrant agricultural laborers--Medical care--Oklahoma--Greer County--Periodicals.; Migrant agricultural laborers--Medical care--Oklahoma--Harmon County--Periodicals.; Migrant agricultural laborers--Medical care--Oklahoma--Jackson...
    • The Migrant Health Project is located in extreme Southwest Oklahoma and includes Jackson, Harmon, and Greer Counties.; Analysis of the 1978 Project Year Objectives
    • 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...
    • Fact sheet

    • Drinking and traffic accidents--Oklahoma--Statistics--Periodicals.;Traffic accidents--Oklahoma--Statistics--Periodicals.;Teenage automobile drivers--Oklahoma--Statistics--Periodicals.;Traffic fatalities--Oklahoma--Statistics--Periodicals.
    • Facts Sheets contain useful information and statistics related to crashes in the State of Oklahoma, covering a large variety of topics and spanning a variety of time periods. Holiday periods, pickup trucks, occupant protection, alcohol, and...
    • State of Oklahoma 2013 emergency medical services protocols

    • Emergency medical services--Oklahoma--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Emergency medicine--Oklahoma.; Medical emergencies.
    • Field Edition.; The State of Oklahoma 2013 EMS protocols development team has taken exhaustive efforts in developing and reviewing these protocols for accuracy. EMS professionals are directed to always deliver care with the highest regard for...
    • Ehrlichiosis

    • Ehrlichiosis--Popular works.
    • What is ehrlichiosis? Ehrlichiosis is an illness caused by a bacteria called Ehrlichia that is passed to humans and animals through the bite of an infected tick. Two different forms of human ehrlichiosis primarily occur in the U.S., human monocytic...
    • SoonerCare companion, winter 2013

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    • Keep an "Eye" on Your Vision; Signs that a child may have vision problems include; Controlling Gestational Diabetes; After & Between Pregnancy, Talk with your health care provider to stay healthy; SoonerRide Will Not Take Additional Child...
    • State of Oklahoma 2014 emergency medical services protocols

    • Emergency medical services--Oklahoma--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Emergency medicine--Oklahoma.; Medical emergencies.
    • Patients for whom EMS is summoned, EMS professionals providing life-sustaining and life-saving care, EMS professionals supporting field care through dispatch, education, quality improvement, and administrative leadership, and EMS physicians...
    • 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,...
    • 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...
    • Food allergies can be deadly - what you need to know

    • Food allergy--Popular works.
    • Millions of Americans have food allergies, including guests of this food establishment. These allergies may result in mild reactions or they can be life-threatening. There is no cure for food allergies. Persons with food allergies must avoid...
    • Children with active tuberculosis.

    • Tuberculosis in children--Popular works.
    • Your child has been found to have tuberculosis disease. This means that the TB germ is growing in an area of your child’s body and could make him/her sicker if treatment is not started and completed.

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