Field Epidemiology Training Program
Preventive Medicine Department, Ministry of Health, Riyadh,
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Epidemiology Bulletin Published by FETP
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Year 1996
Volume-03
Issue-4
Quarter (Oct-Dec)
Year 1996
Volume-03
Issue-3
Quarter (Jul-Sep)
Bulletin Volume-03 Year-1996
Year 1996
Volume-03
Issue-2
Quarter (Apr-Jun)
Year 1996
Volume-03
Issue-1
Quarter (Jan-Mar)
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Guidelines for treatment of malaria.
Reasons for tooth loss, Riyadh city, 1996.
A suspected nosocomial malaria case Riyadh city, March 1997.
Malaria outbreak in Gellwa, Al-Baha, Saudi Arabia, January to March 1996.
Prevalence of obesity, diabetes mellitus, and hypercholesterolemia in Saudi Arabia
Mumps vaccination coverage: Riyadh children, 1996.
Salmonella interrupts final exams, Sakaka Al Jouf, March 1996.
Knowledge, attitudes and practices of communicable diseases reporter participants in Makkah city, 1996.
National immunization campaign for the eradication of Poliomyelitis, Saudi Arabia, Nov. and Dec. 1996
Post vaccination abscesses and deviations from correct vaccination practices
Food poisoning, Abha City, Dhul-Hijja, 1416.
Gastroenteritis Outbreak on board a Nile Cruise Boat, March 1996.
Scabies Outbreak: Riyadh Region, 1416 Hijra.
Aseptic Meningitis, Riyadh City 1996.
Hepatitis A in Southwest Riyadh and Immune Globulin Administration to Household Contacts.
Outbreak of Salmonella Gastroenteritis among Guests in 3 Wedding Halls, Riyadh, 1995.
Malaria Control in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
A novel flavivirus: Makkah Region 1994-1996