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Using emergency department data to conduct dog and animal bite surveillance in New York City, 2003-2006

By B. Bregman, S. Slavinski

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Volume 127
Issue 2
Pages 195-201
ISBN/ISSN 1468-2877 (Electronic)0033-3549 (Linking)
Language eng
Author Address New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Bureau of Communicable Disease, Queens, NY 11101, USA. blevinso@health.nyc.gov
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  1. Adolescents
  2. Adults
  3. Age
  4. Animals
  5. Bites and stings
  6. Cats
  7. Children
  8. Dogs
  9. Emergency
  10. Females
  11. Humans
  12. Infants
  13. Males
  14. Mice
  15. Middle Aged Adults
  16. New York City
  17. peer-reviewed
  18. Population Surveillance
  19. preschools
  20. Rats
  21. Retrospective studies
  22. seasons
  23. Sex Factors
  24. Young Adult
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