Nevada Revised Statutes Title 40. Public Health and Safety

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  • Chapter 439. Administration of Public Health
  • Chapter 439A. Planning for the Provision of Health Care
  • Chapter 439B. Restraining Costs of Health Care
  • Chapter 440. Vital Statistics
  • Chapter 441A. Infectious Diseases; Toxic Agents
  • Chapter 442. Maternal and Child Health;  Abortion
  • Chapter 444. Sanitation
  • Chapter 444A. Programs for Recycling
  • Chapter 445A. Water Controls
  • Chapter 445B. Air Pollution
  • Chapter 445C. Environmental Requirements;  Cleanup of Discharged Petroleum
  • Chapter 445D. Environmental Covenants (Uniform Act)
  • Chapter 446. Food Establishments
  • Chapter 447. Public Accommodations
  • Chapter 449. Medical Facilities and Other Related Entities
  • Chapter 449A. Care and Rights of Patients
  • Chapter 450. County Hospitals and Hospital Districts
  • Chapter 450B. Emergency Medical Services
  • Chapter 451. Dead Bodies
  • Chapter 452. Cemeteries
  • Chapter 453. Controlled Substances
  • Chapter 453B. HIV/Aids Drug Donation Program
  • Chapter 453C. Good Samaritan Drug Overdose Act
  • Chapter 454. Poisons;  Dangerous Drugs and Hypodermics
  • Chapter 455. Excavations and High-Voltage Lines
  • Chapter 455A. Safety of Participants in Outdoor Sports
  • Chapter 455B. Recreational Parks
  • Chapter 455C. Boilers, Elevators and Pressure Vessels
  • Chapter 457. Cancer
  • Chapter 458. Alcohol and Other Substance Use Disorders
  • Chapter 458A. Prevention and Treatment of Problem Gambling
  • Chapter 459. Hazardous Materials
  • Chapter 459A. Generators of Electricity
  • Chapter 460. Human Blood, Blood Products and Body Parts
  • Chapter 461. Manufactured Buildings
  • Chapter 461A. Mobile Homes and Parks

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