/Reportable Diseases

The Nevada Administrative Code Chapter 441A External Link and the Regulations Governing the Reporting of Diseases, Exposures, and Sentinel Health Events require reports of specified diseases and conditions, foodborne illness outbreaks and extraordinary occurrences of illness be made to the local Health Authority.

Chapter 5 – Enforcement

5.1 Severability clause: Should any section, paragraph, sentence, phrase, or provision of these Regulations be held invalid for any reason, the remainder of these Regulations shall not be affected.

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Chapter 4 – Specific Diseases, Exposures, or Sentinel Health Events to be reported; Investigation by the Health Authority

4.1 Elevated Toxic Metal Levels: The health authority shall investigate, as appropriate, each report of a person having elevated levels of arsenic, lead, or mercury, as identified as a person with detectable levels of arsenic, lead, or mercury in blood, urine, or other clinically appropriate specimens upon testing by a medical laboratory, to:

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Chapter 2 – Reporting Requirements

2.1 General requirements for disease, exposure, sentinel health event, or outbreak reporting to the health authority: Except as otherwise provided in this chapter, a report of a known or suspected case, exposure, sentinel health event, or outbreak, which is required to be made pursuant to the provisions of these Regulations, must be made to the health authority:

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Disease Report Investigation Process

After a report of a case or outbreak of an infectious disease is received, health district staff immediately takes action with the ultimate goal of protecting the health of Clark County residents and visitors.

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Reportable Diseases and Conditions

Report immediately by phone Report within 24 hours; use after-hours reporting system if needed † Report when suspect (do not wait for lab confirmation) ‡ Reportable in Clark County only *Currently

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Reportable Diseases

The Nevada Administrative Code Chapter 441A External Link and the Regulations Governing the Reporting of Diseases, Exposures, and Sentinel Health Events require reports of specified diseases and conditions, foodborne illness outbreaks and extraordinary occurrences of illness be made to the local Health Authority.

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