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Plan and initial program of the Health Examination Survey
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    A description of the first-cycle program of the Survey, including the statistical design, the pattern of examination, and the field procedures.

    A description of the Health Examination Survey plan and the "first-cycle" program is presented in this report. The Health Examination Survey is a part of the program of the U. S. National Health Survey. The first cycle consists of the administration of a specialized health examination to a probability sample of the adult, civilian, noninstitutional population of the United States. This will be succeeded by other cycles dealing with different age groups of the population or different types of examination, but all making use of the same general procedure—direct examination of national probability samples of persons.

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