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Hepatitis C Investigation – 2009

The Southern Nevada Health District is advising patients who received injected anesthesia medication at the Endoscopy Center of Nevada (700 Shadow Lane) of a risk for possible exposure to hepatitis C and other bloodborne pathogens.


Clark County Antibiogram

The Clark County Antibiogram represents data from eleven hospital laboratories and two commercial laboratories in Clark County. Several of the Clark County hospitals, hospital systems, and commercial laboratories in Clark County are not participating in this beneficial project. Participating laboratories reported antibiotic susceptibility testing results to Southern Nevada Health District for the time period of January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2018. The report includes inpatient data in acute care hospitals and long-term care facilities, and outpatient data in the community. Data represents only bacterial isolates collected for diagnostic purposes; no surveillance cultures are included. Only final, verified test results from the first isolate per person, regardless of culture source within the timeframe, are included. The Clark County Antibiogram summarizes the antibiotic resistance patterns among the most common microorganisms detected in 2018. Only organisms with testing data for ≥ 30 isolates are included in the antibiogram.


Report to the Community

The Report to the Community highlights various programs, partnerships and community outreach activities that are designed to meet the current and ongoing public health needs of our community.


Mosquito Surveillance Reports

The Southern Nevada Health District’s Vector Surveillance Program regularly submits mosquito pools to the Nevada Department of Agriculture to test for West Nile virus, St. Louis Encephalitis, and Western Equine Encephalitis.


Influenza Surveillance Archive

On October 18, 1999 the Southern Nevada Health District , Office of Epidemiology implemented an Influenza Surveillance Program. The primary objective of the program was to monitor influenza-like illness (ILI), which is defined as a patient with fever >100°F (37.8° C) and cough or sore throat.


Viral Respiratory Disease Surveillance (PEWSS Reports)

The Pediatric Early Warning Sentinel Surveillance (PEWSS) is a year-round surveillance system developed by the Southern Nevada Health District to identify the pathogens responsible for respiratory disease circulating in the community. Each week, several sentinel health care providers submit nasal swabs to the Southern Nevada Public Health Laboratory (SNPHL) for testing. The specimens are collected from children who present with a fever >100°F accompanied by a cough and/or sore throat.


West Nile Virus Surveillance

West Nile virus is a potentially serious illness that is most often spread through the bite of an infected mosquito. Mosquitoes become infected when they feed on infected birds.


Vital Records Statistics

Vital Records is the repository for all birth and death records in Clark County. The numbers reported for Birth and Death are the total number of occurrences in Clark County regardless of resident status at the time of the event. Records are available at the health district for births since 1973 and for deaths since 1988. Nevada records prior to these dates can be obtained from the State Office of Vital Records in Carson City.


Annual Recycling Reports

The State of Nevada has set a goal to recycle 25 percent of all municipal solid waste for counties with populations over 100,000. Per NAC 444A.140 external link the health district is required to complete a recycling survey and report the findings to the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection (NDEP) by April 1.

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