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File: 120396_oct96_decls4_0002.txt
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Subject: DISEASE SURVEILLANCE NAVY MARINE UNITS  16TO22DEC91             

Unit: VARIOUS MC  

Parent Organization: VARIOUS MC  

Box ID: BX600054

Folder Title: DISEASE SURVEILLANCE - MEDICAL RELATED MESSAGES                                                 

Document Number:          1

Folder SEQ  #:         17






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               DIARRHEA/GI                           0.67           0.52           0.51            (0.00.TO-2.26)
               DERMATOLOGICAL                        ;0.75          0.79           0.56            (0.00 Tb      1.77i
               RESPIRATORY                           0.57           0.99           1.09            (0.00 TO      10.0)
               INJURY/MUSCULDSKEL                    i.29           1.30           1.05            (0.00'TO      3.33)
               OPHTHALMOLOGIC                        0.27           0.16           0.13
               PSYCHIATRIC                           0.03           0.04           0.01
               UNEXPLAINED FEVER                     -0.02          0.01           0.02
               MISCELLANEOUS                                        2.00           2.44
                                    TOTAL.                        5.83             5.82
               B. @DIARRHEA - REMAINS VERY LOW IN MOST LOCATIONS. RATES ARE
               HIGHEST IN UNITS IN THE FIELD. EMPHASIS ON PERSONAL HYGIENE
               EDUCATION AND FIELD SANITATION CONTINUES. -
               C. @ RESPIRATORY DISEASE CONTINUES TO INCREASE, AND APPEARS TO BE
               MORE COMMON IN NEWLY ARRIVED PERSONNEL. HEAD TO TOE SLEEPING
               ARRANGEMENTS ARE BEING EMPHASFZED.
               D. @ ONE CASE OF WEST NILE FEVER HAS TENTATIVELY BEEN IDENTIFIED IN
               A MARINE. INCREASED VECTOR SURVEILLANCE IS UNDERWAY IN THE AREA.
               E. Aef A CASE OF CUTANEOUS LEISHMANIASIS HAS BEEN DIAGNOSED IN A
               SOLDIER WITH AN ARMY UNIT OUTSIDE THE USMC AREA OF OPERATIONS.
               F. @INPATIENT SURVEILLANCE REFLECTS A SLIGHT INCREASE IN



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               ADMISSIONS FOR GASTROENTERITIS, THOUGH NO PATTERN IS EVIDENT.
               G. @ INCOMING UNITS ARE BEING INCORPORATED INTO SURVEILLANCE AS
EPORTING WILL BEGIN NEXT WEEK.
               3.        SPECIFIC UNIT SURVEILLANCE DATA-.
               A.              GROUP 1 - (FIGURES REFLECT PERCENT OF,U'NIT SEEN IN                           SICK
               CALL DURING THE WEEK)
                                                     SITE A       SITE B           SITE C          SITE D
                                                     N-7000        N-2850          N-3700          N-400
               HEAT                                  0.00           0.00           0.00            0.00
               DIARRHEA/GI                           0.10           0.18           0.35            2.00
               DERMATOLOGICAL                        0.34           0.42           1.05            i.00
               RESPIRATORY                                          0.84       (X)1.11
                                                     0.33                                      (X)1.50
               INJURY                                0.44           1.05           1.05            :i.-Oo
               OPHTHALMOLOGIC                        0.07           0.11           0.08            0.00
                                                                                   .0.00           jD. 00
               PSYCHIATRIC                           0.00           0.04
               UNEXPLAINED       FEVER               0. 00          o.oo           o.oo            ..O.'!DO
               MISC   (ALL OTHER)
                                                     3.76           2.77.      .@-.2.73            4.
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Document 7 f:/Week-42/BX600054/DISEASE SURVEILLANCE - MEDICAL RELATED MESSAGES/disease surveillance navy marine units 16to22de:1112961512506
Control Fields 17
File Room = oct96_declassified
File Cabinet = Week-42
Box ID = BX600054
Unit = VARIOUS MC
Parent Organization = VARIOUS MC
Folder Title = DISEASE SURVEILLANCE - MEDICAL RELATED MESSAGES
Folder Seq # = 17
Subject = DISEASE SURVEILLANCE NAVY MARINE UNITS 16TO22DE
Document Seq # = 1
Document Date =
Scan Date =
Queued for Declassification = 01-JAN-1980
Short Term Referral = 01-JAN-1980
Long Term Referral = 01-JAN-1980
Permanent Referral = 01-JAN-1980
Non-Health Related Document = 01-JAN-1980
Declassified = 12-NOV-1996