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Photo of the publication cover. Bed Bug FAQ for Property Owners & Managers Bed Bugs - Help August 15, 2013

Bed Bugs are a difficult problem for apartments and multi-family units. It can be very expensive to treat an infested property. However, not addressing the problem will only make the infestation worse and more costly for you. One of the most important things property owners/managers can do is to educate their residents about bed bugs.



Photo of the publication cover. Bed Bug Control in Group Homes & Shelters Bed Bugs - Help August 15, 2013

This publication covers bed bug prevention, management and control, education and awareness, and is specifically geared toward public agencies and private or public housing administrators and their facilities management teams. It is applicable to other types of living situations, though techniques and recommendations may need to be adapted.



Photo of the publication cover. Asthma Triggers in the Car Fact Sheet Asthma - Help May 6, 2013

Second-hand smoke, even in small amounts, is proven harmful to children and adults. It can bring on an asthma episode. Children are most frequently exposed to second-hand smoke in the car and in the home. A top protection is to eliminate tobacco in the car and home. The best way to protect a child from second-hand smoke is eliminating smoking in the car and home.



Photo of the publication cover. Rabies Manual for Investigation Zoonotic Diseases - Help May 1, 2013

Provides all the information required to investigate rabies cases including a summary of the disease, agent details, mode of transmission, period of communicability, incubation period, diagnosis, prophylaxis, surveillance, control measures, and more.



Photo of the publication cover. HIV/AIDS Confidential Case Reporting FAQ HIV Surveillance & Epidemiology - Help April 12, 2013

This helpful document provides answers to frequently asked questions about HIV/AIDS case reporting.



Photo of the publication cover. Notifiable Conditions Reporting FAQ Occupational Health Surveillance - Help March 25, 2013

Health care providers are the eyes and ears of public health. Reporting makes it possible to detect failures of work place health and safety protection and prevent further illness and injury due to work. This document explains the most frequently asked questions we receive regarding occupational notifiable conditions reporting.



Photo of the publication cover. VFC Refrigerator Setup Guidance Immunization - Help March 21, 2013

Before placing vaccines in a new refrigerator unit, follow these simple steps to ensure success.



Photo of the publication cover. Plague Fact Sheet Zoonotic Diseases - Help February 7, 2013

This fact sheet explains what the plague is, how people get it, common forms of plague, how to protect yourself, and more.

Protéjase de la peste



Photo of the publication cover. Diagnostic Audological Assessment Children's Medical Services - Help February 5, 2013

Audiologist section of the newborn hearing screening program manual.



Photo of the publication cover. Hospital Flowchart Children's Medical Services - Help February 5, 2013

This flowchart explains the Auditory Brainstem Response hospital screening protocol in detail for use by healthcare providers.



Photo of the publication cover. Glossary of Newborn Hearing Screening Terms Children's Medical Services - Help December 18, 2012

This glossary of terms makes understanding the terminology used when talking about newborn hearing screening much easier. It explains such terms as auditory brainstem response, audiogram, audiologist, early intervention, and dozens more.



Photo of the publication cover. Physician's Roadmap Children's Medical Services - Help December 18, 2012

This form makes it easy for physician’s to track a baby’s hearing screening follow-up tasks from birth to 6 months old.



Photo of the publication cover. Reasons to Follow Up Children's Medical Services - Help December 18, 2012

Explains the many reasons why you should continue with follow-up visits if your baby does not pass newborn hearing screening.

Newborn Screening Audiencia Razones de Seguimiento



Photo of the publication cover. Birthing Hospital Screening Responsibilities Children's Medical Services - Help December 14, 2012

Explains requirements for initial hearing screening, rescreening of infants who refer, infants not screened prior to discharge, infants who pass screen but have an identified risk factor, hospital documentation and communication of screening results, hospital screening requirements, and more.



Photo of the publication cover. Medical Home Responsibilities Children's Medical Services - Help December 14, 2012

Since 1999, the Joint Committee on Infant Hearing has advocated for appropriate and necessary care for the infant with hearing loss to be directed and coordinated by the child’s physician within the medical home with support from appropriate ancillary services.



Photo of the publication cover. Principles and Guidelines for Early Development of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children Children's Medical Services - Help December 14, 2012

Since the first universal newborn hearing screening programs were established in the early 1990s, there has been significant progress. Progress is evident in the development and implementation of protocols for newborn hearing screening, pediatric audiologic evaluation of newborns, fitting of amplification, and medical management of children who are deaf or hard of hearing.



Photo of the publication cover. Understanding Newborn Hearing Screening Diagnosis Children's Medical Services - Help December 14, 2012

When a hearing loss is first diagnosed, the test results may seem confusing. Although hearing loss is often described as a percentage, it is too complex to describe with one number. Remember, also, that determining how your child uses, or will use, his or her residual hearing is a process.

Entender Newborn Screening Diagnóstico Audiencia



Photo of the publication cover. Why Physicians Check Newborn Hearing Screen Status & Provide Needed Follow Up Children's Medical Services - Help December 14, 2012

This document explains why physicians check newborn hearing screen status and provide needed follow-up.



Photo of the publication cover. Quick Tips Children's Medical Services - Help October 30, 2012

Explains a series of eight quick tips to help ensure a baby’s hearing is properly screened.



Photo of the publication cover. West Nile Virus Diagnosis and Laboratory Testing Recommendations Zoonotic Diseases - Help September 20, 2012

Surveillance by the New Mexico Department of Health, physicians, veterinarians and local mosquito control agencies continues to demonstrate yearly West Nile virus activity in many New Mexico counties. Female mosquitoes can over-winter and remain infected with the virus so it is expected that WNV will perpetuate but at varying levels each year depending on environmental conditions.

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