|Surveillance Épidémiologique après un Désastre Naturel (PAHO)|
|Partie II: Annexes|
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14. Puffer, R. R., and Serrano, C. V. Patterns of Mortality in Childhood. PAHO/WHO, Scientific Publication No. 262, Washington, D.C. 1973.
15. Blake, Paul A., et al., Cholera - A possible Endemic Focus in the United States. New England Journal of Medicine, 1980, 302, 305-309.
16. Faich, Gerald. Epidemiologic Surveillance and Immunization Following the 1972 Managua Earthquake. Presentation at the APHA Session on Epidemiological Responses to Disasters, November 7, 1973. San Francisco, California, U.S.A.
17. Nieburg, P. Changing morbidity and mortality patterns in Kampuchea refugee camps over three months. Field Services Division and Quarantine Division/B.E. Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, Georgia. Presentation at the 29th Annual Epidemic Intelligence Service Conference, April 14-18, 1980.
18. Western, K.A. Observation personnelle, 1969.
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20. Most, H. (Editor). Health Hints for the Tropics. Supplement to Tropical Medicine and Hygiene News. 8th Edition. The American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1980.
21. Western, K.A. The Epidemiology of Natural and Man-Made Disasters: The Present State of the Art. Dissertation for D.T.P.H., London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University of London, 1972.
22. Assar, M. Guide to Sanitation in Natural Disasters: Geneva: World Health Organization, 1971. En français: Guide d'assainissement en cas de catastrophe naturelle. Genève, Organisation mondiale de la santé, 1971.
23. de Oliveira, V. J. C., et al. Considerations of the New Epidemic Outbreak of Human Leptospirosis in Greater Recife, Brazil, in 1975. Rev. Inst. Adolfo Lutz, 1977, 37, 33-36.
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27. Benenson, A. S. (Editor). Control of Communicable Diseases in Man. 13th Edition. Washington, D.C.: American Public Health Association, 1981.
28. Hunter, G. W., Swartzwelder, J. C. and Clyde, D. F. Tropical Medicine. Fifth Edition. W. B. Saunders Company, 1976.
29. International Health Regulations (1969) Geneva: World Health Regulations, 1974.
30. Schaffner, W., et al. Innovative Communicable Disease Reporting. HSMHA Health Reports, May 1971, 86, 5, 431-436.
31. Western, Karl A. Communication personnelle.
32. Schoenberg, Lawrence B. Communication personnelle.
33. Flemming, W. L., Brown, W. J., Donohue, J. F., and Branigin, P. W. National Survey of Venereal Disease Treated by Physicians in 1968. Journal of the American Medical Association, 1970, 211, 11, 18271830.
34. Eisenberg, M. S., and Wiesner, P. J. Reporting and Treating Gonorrhea. Results of a Statewide Survey in Alaska. Journal of the American Venereal Disease Association, 1976, 3, 2 (Part 1), 79-83.
35. de Ville de Goyet, C. Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Relief Coordination. Annual Director Report 1980. PAHO. Washington, D.C., 1981.
36. Conrad, Lyle. Communication personnelle.
37. Spencer, H. C., et al. Disease Surveillance and Decision-Making After the 1976 Guatemala Earthquake. Lancet, 1977, 2, 8030, 181-4.
38. Romero, A., Cobar, R., Western, K. A., and Mayorga Lopez, S. Some Epidemiologic Features of Disasters in Guatemala. Disasters: Pergamon Press Ltd., 1978, 2,1, 39-46.
39. Stanley, J. S., and Hoesly, F. C. Methods for Organizing Epidemiologic Data. Principles of Epidemiology Home Study Course 30304. Lesson 4. United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control, 1978.
40. Peavy, J. V., Eddins, D. L., and Dyal, W. W. Descriptive Statistics. Tables, Graphs and Charts. United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control, 1978.
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43. Peavy, J. V., and Dyal, W. W. Analitical Statistics. Statistical Methods - Testing for Significance. U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control, 1977.
44. Blake, Paul. Establitshing the Epidemiologic Approach after an Earthquake, in Peru. Oral Presentation before the Epidemiologic Section of the APHA Annual Meeting in San Francisco, November 7, 1973.
45. Western, Karl A. Communication personnelle.
46. Index for May 31, 1970. Peru Earthquake Case Study. Foreign Disaster Emergency Relief, Tenth Report. Fiscal year 1970, 177-273.
47. Langmuir, Alexander D. Evolution of the Concept of Surveillance in the United States. Proc. Roy. Soc. Med., 19.71, 64, 681-4.
48. Western, K.A. Report on Biafra Survey. October 17-18, 1969. U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control, 1969.
49. Huffaker, Robert H., ed. Collection,, Handling and Shipment of Microbiological Specimens. U. S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control. Revised 1974. HEW Publication No. (CDC) 80-8263.
50. Kourany, M. Obtención y Manejo de Muestras para Exámenes Microbiológicos de las Enfermedades Transmisibles. Publicación Cientifíca No. 326, Pan American Health Organization, Washington, D.C., 1976.
51. Madeley, C. R. Guide to the Collection and Transport of Virological Specimens. Geneva: World Health Organization, 1977.
52. A Guide to Emergency Health Management after Natural Disasters. Scientific Publication No. 407, Pan American Health Organization. World Health Organization, Washington, D.C., 1981.
53. Emergency Vector Control after Natural Disasters. Scientific Publication No. 419, Pan American Health Organization. World Health Organization, Washington, D.C. 1982.
54. Logistics and Cold Chain. Expanded Programme on Immunization. A workshop for E.P.I. Trainers. World Health Organization.
55. Expanded Program on Immunization. E.P.I. Course on Planning, Management, and Evaluation. Pan American Health Organization. Pan American Sanitary Bureau, Regional Office of the World Health Organization,.
56. An Annotated Cold Chain Bibliography. First Revision. World Health Organization. EPI/CCIS/80.2 Rev. 1.
57. Hopkins, D. R. Yaws in the Americas, 1950-1975. Journal of Infectious Diseases 1977,136, 4, 548-554.
58. Isolation Technique for Use in Hospitals. Second Edition -1975. U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control. HEW Publication No. (CDC) 78-8314 Second Edition. Superintendent of Documents Stock No. 017-023-00094-2.
59. Multi-disciplinary Group on the Control of Hospital Infections
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