Morbidity and mortality weekly report, Vol. 28, no. 34, August 31, 1979
Published Date:August 31, 1979
Corporate Authors:Center for Disease Control
Blood Coagulation Factors
Blood Coagulation Factors/Adverse Effects
Communicable Diseases/Epidemiology/United States
Communicable Diseases/Statistics/United States
Congenital Abnormalities/Epidemiology/United States
Disease Notification/United States
Yellow Fever/Epidemiology/United States
Series:Morbidity and mortality weekly report ; v. 28, no. 34
Description:Surveillance summary: Temporal trends in the incidence of birth defects - United States -- International notes: Dengue - Mexico -- Yellow fever - Boliva -- Epidemiologic notes and reports: Follow-up on nosocomial Pseudomonas cepacia infection -- Current trends: Measles - United States, 1977-1979.
Table 1. Incidence of selected malformations reported to the birth defects monitoring program, 1970-1971 and 1976-1977 -- Figure 1. Trends in reported incidence of 4 birth defects reported to the Birth Defects Monitoring Program, by quarter of birth, January 1970 through June 1978 -- Figure 2. Fenwal transfer pack -- Figure 3. Reported measles cases, United States, 1970-1979 -- Table 2. Percent distribution of reported measles cases and incidence, by age group, United States, 1977-1978
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 August 25, 1979, and August 26, 1978 (34th week) -- Table IV. Deaths in 121 U.S. cities, week ending August 25, 1979 (34th week).
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