Clark County Disease Statistics* March 2014

201220132014Rate
(Cases per 100,000
per month)
Monthly Rate
Comparison
DiseaseMar
No.
YTD
No.
Mar
No.
YTD
No.
Mar
No.
YTD
No.
Mar
(2009-2013 aggregated)
Mar
(2014)
Significant change bet. current &
past 5-year?~~
Vaccine Preventable
Diphtheria0000000.000.00
Haemophilus Influenza (Invasive)......0.080.05down arrow
Hepatitis A0...0.0.060.00down arrowX
Hepatitis B (Acute)010580.0.110.00down arrowX
Influenza**13319274455413814.342.03down arrowX
Measles0000000.000.00
Mumps0000000.000.00
Pertussis58.260130.100.00down arrowX
Poliomyelitis0000000.000.00
Rubella0000000.000.00
Tetanus0000000.000.00
Sexually Transmitted
AIDS1758205513460.960.64down arrow
Chlamydia80122287352215627209639.9630.99down arrowX
Gonorrhea1424071685351264877.886.23down arrow
HIV2265276212541.080.59down arrow
Syphilis (Early Latent)946226610580.680.49down arrow
Syphilis (Primary & Secondary)82010296520.400.30down arrow
Enterics
Amebiasis..0.000.030.00down arrow
Botulism-Intestinal (Infant)0000000.000.00
Campylobacteriosis.18515.220.390.20down arrow
Cholera0000000.000.00
Cryptosporidiosis....000.030.00down arrow
Giardia.12.11..0.190.10down arrow
Rotavirus..1338.70.370.20down arrow
Salmonellosis10241129.150.470.20down arrow
Shiga-Toxin Producing E.COLI#.12.60.0.180.00down arrowX
Shigellosis0..100.0.110.00down arrowX
Typhoid Fever0000000.000.00
Vibrio (Non-Cholera)00000.0.000.00
Yersiniosis..0.0.0.010.00down arrow
Other
Anthrax0000000.000.00
Botulism Intoxication0000000.000.00
Brucellosis0000000.000.00
Coccidioidomycosis1033815.150.380.15down arrow
Dengue Fever00..000.010.00down arrow
Encephalitis000.000.000.00
Hantavirus0000000.000.00
Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome (HUS)0000000.010.00down arrow
Hepatitis C (Acute)..00000.030.00down arrow
Hepatitis D0000000.000.00
Invasive Group A Strep.##0000000.040.00down arrow
Legionellosis....0.0.080.00down arrowX
Leprosy (Hansen’s Disease)0000000.000.00
Leptospirosis0000000.000.00
Listeriosis0.0.000.000.00
Lyme Disease0.00000.000.00
Malaria0.0.000.010.00down arrow
Meningitis, Aseptic/Viral0..5.60.080.10up arrow
Meningitis Bacterial..0...0.040.15up arrow
Meningococcal Disease0.00..0.020.05up arrow
Plague0000000.000.00
Psittacosis0000000.000.00
Q Fever0000000.000.00
Rabies (Human)0000000.000.00
Relapsing Fever0000000.000.00
Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever0000000.000.00
RSV (Respiratory Syncytial Virus)17368521910771304759.386.43down arrowX
Streptococcus Pneumoniae IPD###618.205230.220.25up arrow
Toxic Shock Syn.0000000.000.00
Toxic Shock Syn. (Streptococcal)..0...0.010.10up arrow
Tuberculosis7229189120.360.44up arrow
Tularemia0000000.000.00
Unusual Illness0000000.000.00
West Nile Virus (Encephalitis)0000000.000.00
West Nile Virus (Fever)0000000.000.00

 

*Rate denominators were spline-interpolated population estimates/projections based on demographic data subject to ongoing revision by the state demographer (last revision as of Oct-2013). Use of onset date to count OOE-reported cases (since Ja including confirmed, probable and suspect (since Feb-08) cases. HIV/AIDS case counts provided by Office of HIV/AIDS/STD; TB case counts provided by TB clinic. Data suppression denoted by ‘.’ applies if number of cases <5. Monthly disease total reported by OOE=202(reported total=1005). Due to unavailability of current birth data, congenital syphilis rates were not calculated(reported monthly cases [suppression applied] for 2012-2014 were respectively 0,0,0; YTD totals 0,.,.).

**Reporting of novel type A influenza (reclassified as INFLU OUTBRK per CDC recommendations as of Jan-11) started in May-09.

#E. COLI O157:H7 instead of STEC was reported prior to 2006.

##Reported since Mar-07.

###S. pneumo invasive diseases (reported since Sep-05) previouly reported under separate categories grouped together as of Jan-11 per CDC recommendations.

~~Confidence intervals (not shown) for the monthly disease incidence rates provided a basis for an informal statistical test to determine if the current monthly rates changed significantly from those of the previous 5 years aggregated. Text in green where rates decreased and in red where rates increased. Statistically significant changes indicated by ‘X’ (rate comparisons made if 5+ cases reported in the current month of this year or previous 5 years aggregated).

 

Updated on:  October 9, 2018

2018-10-09T10:02:05+00:00