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2002 Oregon CD Statistics: Meningitis

 



Reported cases of invasive meningococcal infections, including sepsis and meningitis, have declined from hyperendemic levels seen in 1993?1995 to those observed prior to the advent of the ET5 strain of serogroup B. Respiratory secretions and droplets continue to be shared among Oregonians and predispose to occurrence of secondary cases. Serogroup B organisms comprise about half of all isolates.

Meningococcal disease by Year
Meningococcal disease by Onset Month
Meningococcal disease by Age and Sex
Meningococcal disease: Oregon vs. U.S.
Meningococcal disease by County
Meningococcal disease by Serogroup
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