C. Mack Sewell

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West Nile virus infection can result in prolonged subjective complaints of cognitive and functional decline even in the absence of a neuroinvasive form of infection. Persistent cognitive and functional complaints could be a result of general somatic symptoms, emotional distress, or residual central nervous system damage or dysfunction. Most studies of(More)
Public health authorities need a surveillance system that is sensitive enough to detect a disease outbreak early to enable a proper response. In order to meet this challenge we have deployed a pilot component-based system in Albuquerque, NM as part of the National Biodefense Initiative (BDI). B-SAFER gathers routinely collected data from healthcare(More)
  • Michelle Lujan Grisham, Response Division, C Mack Sewell, State Epidemiologist, Michael G Landen, Deborah Klaus +38 others
  • 2006
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The NM Department of Health and the Epidemiology & Response Division would like to thank the residents of New Mexico who participated in the 2003 survey of the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS). They gave their time and shared their experiences to help improve the health of all New Mexicans. This report would also not be(More)
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