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2005 Annual Summary of Infectious Diseases

2005 Annual Summary Section 1
-List of Contributors
-Letter from Dr. Crutcher
-Table of Contents
-Abbreviations List
-Disease Reporting Rules
-Oklahoma State Department of Health Contact Information
-Number of Reported Cases of Communicable Diseases, Oklahoma, 1991-2005
-Incidence Rate per 100,000 Oklahoma Population of Reported Communicable Diseases, Oklahoma, 1991-2005.
Section 1 (8,050k.pdf)

2005 Annual Summary Section 2
-Incidence Rate per 100,000 Oklahoma Population of Reported Communicable Diseases, Oklahoma, 1991-2005 Continues
-Reported Diseases by County, Oklahoma, 2005
-Reportable Sexually Transmitted Diseases by County, Oklahoma, 2005
-Oklahoma HIV and AIDS Cumulative Case Reports by County, 1982-2005
-Oklahoma HIV Infection Prevalence by County of Residence at Diagnosis per 100,000 Population, 1982-2005
-2005 Public Health Laboratory Specimen Summary
Section 2 (3,940k.pdf)

2005 Annual Summary Section 3
-2005 Public Health Laboratory Specimen Summary Continues
-Enteric/Diarrheal Diseases
     Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia Coli Infection and Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome
-General Communicable Diseases
Section 3

2005 Annual Summary Section 4
-General Communicable Diseases Continued
     Malaria Continued
     Animal Rabies
     Typhoid Fever
     Hepatitis A
     Hepatitis B
     Hepatitis C
Section 4 (909k.pdf)

2005 Annual Summary Section 5
     Invasive Haemophilus influenzae Disease in Children Aged <5 Years
     Invasive Group A Streptococcus
     Invasive Streptococcus pneumoniae
     Meningococcal Disease
-Sexually Transmitted Infections
Section 5 (396k.pdf)

2005 Annual Summary Section 6
-Sexually Transmitted Infections Continued
            -Total Early Syphilis
-Vectorborne Disease
            -Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
            -West Nile Virus
-Special Investigations/Outbreak Investigations

            -A Cluster of TB Cases Identified Through Social Network Analysis-
            Pottawatomie County, August 2005
            -A Holiday Public Health Response: Potential Rabies Exposure to
             Unpasteurized Milk
            -Campylobacter jejuni Outbreak Associated with a Dairy Farm, Comanche
            County, Oklahoma, April 2005
            -Campylobacter Outbreak Associated with a Catered Lunch
            -Case Report of Brucella canis: Incidental Finding During Routine Surgical

            -Cluster of Syphilis Cases Identified in Tulsa County
            -Increases in Fluoroquinolone-resistant Neisseria gonorrhoeae in Oklahoma
            -Two Fatal Cases of PAM in Tulsa County, August 2005
           -2005 Multi-state Outbreak Investigations
                       -Multi-state Outbreak of Salmonella Montevideo Associated with                                        Contact
to Baby Poultry
                        -Muti-state Outbreak of Salmonella typhimurium Associated with
                          Unpasteurized Orange Juice

                        -Investigation of Nosocomial Ralstonia spp Associated with
                          Oxygen Delivery Device
                        -Investigation of Nosocomial Burkholderia cepacia Infections                           Associated with Contaminated Alcohol-Free Mouthwash
-Surveillance Project
            -Oklahoma Influenza and Respiratory Virus Surveillance Summary, 2005-2006
            -HIV Incidence Surveillance
-Program Activities
            -Public Health Investigation and Disease Detection of Oklahoma (PHIDDO)
             Annual Update
            -Reportable Health Information and Notification in Oklahoma (RHINO) Annual
-Contact Information for County Health Departments
Section 6 (940k.pdf)

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