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2017 Accidental Overdoses

Updated April 2, 2018 (117) Cases
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RaceSexAgeD.O.D.C.O.D.Agency
WF3701/01/2017Heroin and Alprazolam IntoxicationJoliet
WM2701/01/2017Heroin and Alcohol IntoxicationJoliet
WM4901/04/2017Intracerebral Hemorrhage, Metastatic Cancer; Part2: Cocaine IntoxicationJoliet
WM2401/10/2017Heroin and Fentanyl IntoxicationJoliet
WF3601/18/2017Combined Drug Intoxication (Fentanyl, Norfentanyl, Oxycodone, Diphenhydramine, Butalbital, Nordiazepam, Alprazolam, Fluoxetine, Norfluoxetine)Romeoville
WM5501/13/2017Coronary Atherosclerosis; Part 2: Cocaine IntoxicationJoliet
WM5601/17/2017Heroin and Alcohol IntoxicationWCSP (Joliet)
WM6101/23/2017Heroin and Alcohol IntoxicationJoliet
WM5101/29/2017Heroin and Cocaine IntoxicationPeotone
WM3601/30/2017Heroin IntoxicationMokena
WF2801/30/2017Heroin and Cocaine IntoxicationJoliet
WM2802/02/2017Heroin IntoxicationRomeoville
WM5302/07/2017Hydrocodone and Alprazolam IntoxicationRomeoville
BM6002/20/2017Anoxic Encephalopathy, Cardio-Respiratory Arrest, Cocaine IntoxicationJoliet
WM2702/14/2017Heroin, Cocaine, and Alcohol IntoxicationJoliet
WM3802/27/2017Heroin IntoxicationJoliet
BM4902/27/2017Fentanyl, Furanyl Fentanyl, Acryl Fentanyl and Heroin IntoxicationISP
Black/WhiteM2303/02/2017Heroin and Fentanyl IntoxicationPlainfield
WF4303/02/2017Hydrocodone IntoxicationLockport
WM3703/11/2017Fentanyl IntoxicationWCSP (Wesley Twsp)
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2017 Heroin/Fentanyl Overdose Deaths

Updated April 2, 2018 (85) Cases
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RaceSexAgeD.O.D.C.O.D.Agency
WF3701/01/2017Heroin and Alprazolam IntoxicationJoliet
WM2701/01/2017Heroin and Alcohol IntoxicationJoliet
WM2401/10/2017Heroin and Fentanyl IntoxicationJoliet
WM5601/17/2017Heroin and Alcohol IntoxicationWCSP (Joliet)
MM6101/23/2017Heroin and Alcohol IntoxicationJoliet
WM5101/29/2017Heroin and Cocaine IntoxicationPeotone
WM3601/30/2017Heroin IntoxicationMokena
WF2801/30/2017Heroin and Cocaine IntoxicationJoliet
WM2802/02/2017Heroin IntoxicationRomeoville
WM2702/14/2017Heroin, Cocaine, and Alcohol IntoxicationJoliet
WM3802/27/2017Heroin IntoxicationJoliet
BM4902/27/2017Fentanyl, Furanyl Fentanyl, Acryl Fentanyl, and Heroin intoxicationISP
Black/WhiteM2303/02/2017Heroin and Fentanyl IntoxicationPlainfield
WM3703/11/2017Fentanyl IntoxicationWCSP (Wesley Twsp)
WM5503/18/2017Heroin, Fentanyl, and Cocaine IntoxicationJoliet
MM2803/26/2017Heroin and Cocaine IntoxicationJoliet
WF5903/24/2017Fentanyl IntoxicationSteger
WM3403/31/2017Heroin and Fentanyl IntoxicationMokena
WF5704/05/2017Heroin and Alprazolam IntoxicationJoliet
WM2603/25/2017Acryl Fentanyl, 4-ANPP, and Opiate IntoxicationLockport
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OnyakTech Forms Builder

A Data Collection Module for DotNetNuke
by OnyakTech

OnyakTech Forms Builder has one primary goal of being extremely easy to use for those times when you need to create a data entry form quickly and with full creative design rights.  If you have any questions or need any help with this module, go to www.OnyakTech.com and we'll be glad to help you.

Forms Videos: Watch videos on how to use OnyakTech Forms on http://www.onyaktech.com/Demo.aspx

Lets get started! 

  1. FORM DESIGN: To edit an existing form, click on "Form Editor" module menu option.  Select your form, edit and Save.
  2. ADVANCED CONTROL OPTIONS: While in "Edit" mode on your DotNetNuke page, right-click controls to display the Control Context Menu to edit the controls validation and display options.
  3. FORM DISPLAY: To select the form to display, database options, email settings and more click on "Form Display Setup". Select your form and Save.

That's it!  Forms are stored in the "OnyakTechForms" forms in your Portal folder. To create new forms just save your form content from the editor to a new file in the folder with the "htm" file extension.   

Don't forget to check out the included samples by selecting them from the Forms list in the Form Editor.




OnyakTech Forms Builder

A Data Collection Module for DotNetNuke
by OnyakTech

OnyakTech Forms Builder has one primary goal of being extremely easy to use for those times when you need to create a data entry form quickly and with full creative design rights.  If you have any questions or need any help with this module, go to www.OnyakTech.com and we'll be glad to help you.

Forms Videos: Watch videos on how to use OnyakTech Forms on http://www.onyaktech.com/Demo.aspx

Lets get started! 

  1. FORM DESIGN: To edit an existing form, click on "Form Editor" module menu option.  Select your form, edit and Save.
  2. ADVANCED CONTROL OPTIONS: While in "Edit" mode on your DotNetNuke page, right-click controls to display the Control Context Menu to edit the controls validation and display options.
  3. FORM DISPLAY: To select the form to display, database options, email settings and more click on "Form Display Setup". Select your form and Save.

That's it!  Forms are stored in the "OnyakTechForms" forms in your Portal folder. To create new forms just save your form content from the editor to a new file in the folder with the "htm" file extension.   

Don't forget to check out the included samples by selecting them from the Forms list in the Form Editor.