Morbidity and mortality weekly report, Vol. 22, no. 49, December 8, 1973
Published Date:December 14, 1973
Corporate Authors:Center for Disease Control
Salmonella Food Poisoning
Communicable Diseases/Epidemiology/United States
Communicable Diseases/Statistics/United States
Disease Notification/United States
Influenza, Human/Mortality/Statistics/United States
Influenza, Human/Trends/United States
Lead Poisoning/Epidemiology/New Mexico
Salmonella Food Poisoning/Epidemiology/Illinois
Series:Morbidity and mortality weekly report ; v. 22, no. 49
Description:Epidemiologic notes and reports: Human lead absorption - Texas -- Hepatitis-A in humans associated with nonhuman primates - Ohio -- Salmonella blockley foodborne disease outbreak - Illinois -- Measles - Montana -- Current trends: Influenza - United States, 1973 -- International notes: Quarantine measures.
table 1. Particulate waste stack emissions (in Tons [t]), by year, El Paso smelter, 1969-1971 -- Figure 1. Lead surface soil levels, El Paso, Texas, and Donna Ana County, New Mexico - 1972 -- Figure 2. Percent of human blood samples with lead levels >40 uG%, El Paso, Texas - 1972 -- Table 2. Estimated numbers of persons 1-19 years with blood lead levels >40 uG% by distance from smelter, El Paso, Texas - August 1972 -- Table 3. Illness following parties catered by single establishment illinois, 1973 -- Table 4. Food-specific attack rates for guests at catered parties, Illinois, 1973 -- Figure 3. Measles by 10-day period of onset, Butte, Montana - July 1, 1973-November 26, 1973 -- Figure 4. Pneumonia-influenza deaths in 121 United States cities.
Table I. Cases of specified notifiable diseases: United States -- Table II. Notifiable diseases of low frequency -- Table III. Cases of specified notifiable diseases: United States, weeks ending December 8, 1973, and December 9, 1972 (49th week) -- Table IV. Deaths in 122 U.S. cities, week ending December 8, 1973.
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