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Work-Related Asthma: State-Based Surveillance

Work-related asthma: Number of cases by ascertainment source and state, 1993–2006
Table showing Work-related asthma: Number of cases by ascertainment source and state, 1993–2006

- indicates no cases ascertained.
1 Massachusetts, Michigan, and New Jersey actively solicit reports from health care professionals; California uses an existing passive statewide, provider-based occupational injury and illness reporting system to identify cases of work-related asthma.
2 Hospital data includes hospital discharge data and/or emergency department visit data.
3 Cases have been identified through death certificates, self-reports, or reports from the Mine Safety and Health Administration or Occupational Safety and Health Administration.

Note:  Percentages may not sum to 100% due to rounding. See Appendix for information about data source and methods.

Source:  Provisional sentinel surveillance data as of December 2009, reported by R. Harrison and J. Flattery (California); L. Davis, E. Pechter, and K. Fitzsimmons (Massachusetts); K. Rosenman, MJ. Reilly, and D. Kalinowski (Michigan); and D. Schill and M. Pearson (New Jersey).

Reference Number: 2012T09-04

Date Posted: December 2012

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