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Carbon Monoxide Surveillance

Surveillance is the study of the distribution and occurrence of a disease in a population over time, often done in order to learn more about preventing future cases. Because of its frequency, severity, and preventability—as well as the effectiveness of simple preventive measures such as the installation of a carbon monoxide alarm, carbon monoxide poisoning is a critical health issue for public health surveillance.

Recommendations on Surveillance

Graber JM, Smith AE. (2007) “Results from a state-based surveillance system for carbon monoxide poisoning.” Public Health Reports. 122(2):145-54.

New York City's Carbon Monoxide Surveillance [DOCX - 27 KB]

 

 
 
 
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