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In India the range and burden of infectious diseases is enormous. To address this burden effectively, an estimate of the burden of infectious diseases is essential. The present study aims to analyze data from the Integrated Disease Surveillance Project (ISDP) to estimate the rates of selected... Read more

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Disease surveillance particularly surveillance for communicable diseases is essential in identifying cases and preventing the occurrence of an outbreak. Surveillance can also contribute to reducing the size of an outbreak. In order to achieve these, surveillance activities must include all... Read more

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The IBBS is part of the Indonesian MoH HIV Surveillance System, which include Serological Surveillance, Behavioral Surveillance, Reproductive Tract Infection Survey, and monthly HIV/AIDS facilitybased (hospitals, HCs, VCT Sites) monthly reports. The IBBS 2011 was conducted in 11 provinces (22... Read more

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In December 2013, an emergence of chikungunya was observed in the French Caribbean region. Starting on the Saint-Martin island, the epidemic of chikungunya spread in Martinique on December 2013. The first cases were then observed in Guadeloupe in December 2013 and in January 2014 in the French... Read more

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Dengue is a major cause of morbidity in Thailand. Annual outbreaks of varying sizes provide a particular challenge to the public health system because treatment of severe cases requires significant resources. Advanced warning of increases in incidence could help public health authorities... Read more

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The late health events such as the heat wave of 2003 showed the need to make public health surveillance evolve in France. Thus, the French Institute for Public Health Surveillance has developed syndromic surveillance systems based on several information sources such as emergency departments. In... Read more

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Two major heat waves occurred in France in July 2015. A first episode characterized by early onset, intensity, large geographical coverage and duration occurred between 29th of June 8th of July. A second episode less intense was localized on the South-East of the country from 15th to 23rd of... Read more

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In response to the 2009 H1N1 pandemic, the Early Warning Infectious Disease Surveillance Program Office of Binational Border Health in the California Department of Public Health sought to strengthen outpatient ILI surveillance along the CA/BC border by creating the first binational influenza... Read more

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To describe and evaluate the SOS Medecins Bordeaux syndromic surveillance system .

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Fever is a top cause of morbidity in all age groups in Bangladesh and often classified as fever of unknown origin (FUO) in absence of any pathognomonic sign. Bangladesh with its long monsoon, frequent flooding, stagnant water, high temperature, humidity and largest density of animal and human... Read more

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