Morbidity and mortality weekly report, Vol. 28, no. 11, March 23, 1979
Published Date:March 23, 1979
Corporate Authors:Center for Disease Control
Mentally Disabled Persons
Salmonella Food Poisoning
Sudden Infant Death
Communicable Diseases/Epidemiology/United States
Communicable Diseases/Statistics/United States
Diphtheria-Tetanus-Pertussis Vaccine/Adverse Effects/Tennessee
Disease Notification/United States
Hospitals, Psychiatric/New Jersey
Lead Poisoning/Epidemiology/New Jersey
Mentally Disabled Persons/New Jersey
Salmonella Food Poisoning/Epidemiology/Oregon
Sudden Infant Death/Tennessee
Series:Morbidity and mortality weekly report ; v. 28, no. 11
Description:Epidemiologic notes and reports: Conjunctivitis caused by unshielded mercury-vapor lamps - Michigan, New Jersey -- High serum concentrations of DDT residues - Triana, Alabama -- Salmonella Infections associated with consumption of nonfat powdered milk - Oregon -- Lead poisoning in a state home for the retarded -- New Jersey -- DTP vaccination and sudden infant deaths - Tennessee.
Table 1. Reported Salmonella typhimurium and S. agona isolates, by state, November 1977-January 1978 and November 1978-January 1979 -- Table 2. Association of blood levels with history of pica, New Jersey mental instution, March-April 1978 -- Table 3. Sudden infant deaths and DTP vaccination in public clinics, Tennessee, August 1977-March 1978 and August 1978-March 1979.
Table I. Cases of specified notifiable diseases: United States -- Table II. Notifiable diseases of low frequency, United States -- Table III. Cases of specified notifiable diseases, United States, weeks ending March 17, 1979, and March 18, 1978 (11th week) -- Table IV. Deaths in 121 U.S. cities, week ending March 17, 1979 (11th week).
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