MORBREPT

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MORBREPTMorbidity Report
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Marine Hospital Service (the forerunner of today's Public Health Service [PHS]) to collect morbidity reports on cholera, smallpox, plague, and yellow fever from U.S.
"Infectious hepatitis" (subsequently identified as hepatitis A) had just been identified, and morbidity reports for this condition first appeared in 1947.
Marine Hospital Service (the forerunner of today's Public Health Service [PHSI) to collect morbidity reports on cholera, smallpox, plague, and yellow fever from U.S.
([dagger]) Data on reported cases are from California Department of Public Health Confidential Morbidity Reports. Data on first hospitalizations of persons with coccidioidomycosis diagnosed are from the California Patient Discharge Data Set.
This paper reports on the most common symptoms of reproductive morbidity reported by the women surveyed, whether they sought care for these, and whether or not they utilised antenatal care or delivery with a trained attendant.
A series of chi-square tests indicated that the case manager morbidity rate found in our study at T1 was significantly higher than the prevalence of psychological morbidity reported for employed respondents throughout the 4 years of the ALS and higher than the case rate reported for unemployed respondents in 2 of the 4 years (Graetz, 1993).
The standardization of statewide hospitalized injury morbidity reports. Am J Public Health 1995; 85:732-33.
Table 1 Types of Dental Morbidity Reported by School Nurses Rank Type of Morbidity 1 Dental cavities, caries, decay, brown/black teeth or rotten teeth 2 Toothache, pain, wisdom tooth pain, swollen jaws, abscessed teeth 3 Trauma or accidents, injury, broken teeth, chipped teeth, bit tongue or lip 4 Gingivitis, bleeding gums, inflamed gums, infected gums, gingival abscess 5 Orthodontic problems, crooked/crowded teeth, wires broken Approximately 48% of reporting school nurses stated that oral health screenings occurred at least once every other year.
It is for reasons such as these and in order to prevent the serious morbidity reported here, which is so costly for women's health and for the health service itself, that many have advocated the need for reform of the current abortion law and policy, to ensure that safe abortion services are made available to all women in need, as well as training for abortion service providers (11,14).
The recent increase in infectious disease morbidity reported by MoPH may reflect factors including 1) damage to water/sanitation systems caused by the floods; 2) decreased capacity of both clinical-care and prevention programs; and 3) increased risk secondary to declining nutritional status.
Marine Hospital Service (the precursor to the Public Health Service [PHS]) to collect morbidity reports on cholera, smallpox, plague, and yellow fever from U.S.
Description of System: Weekly reports from the vital statistics offices of 121 cities provided an index of influenza's impact on mortality; 58 WHO collaborating laboratories reported weekly identification of influenza viruses; weekly morbidity reports were received both from the state and territorial epidemiologists and from 153 sentinel family practice physicians.