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In the last decade, time series analysis has become one of the most important tools of surveillance systems. Understanding the nature of temporal fluctuations is essential for successful development of outbreak detection algorithms, aberration assessment, and to control for seasonal variations.... Read more

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Understanding the baseline dynamics of syndrome counts is essential for use in prospective syndromic surveillance. Therefore we studied to what extent the known seasonal dynamics of gastro-intestinal (GI) pathogens explain the dynamics in GI syndrome in general practitioner and... Read more

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The Influenza Division (ID) in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) maintains the WHO/NREVSS surveillance system, a network of laboratories in the U.S. that report influenza testing results. This system has seen many changes during the past 40 years, especially since the 2009... Read more

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Animals continue to be recognized as a potential source of surveillance data for detecting emerging infectious diseases, bioterrorism preparedness, pandemic influenza preparedness, and detection of other zoonotic diseases. Detection of disease outbreaks in animals remains mostly dependent upon... Read more

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Medical surveillance in the military can be improved through the use of clinical laboratory results collected within the Military Health System. This presentation describes an effort to establish Electronic Laboratory Reporting in the military using existing Health Level 7 (HL7) messages. HL7... Read more

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Under-ascertainment of severe outcomes of influenza infections in administrative databases has long been recognised. After reviewing registered deaths following an influenza epidemic in 1847, William Farr, of the Registrar-General's Office, London, England, commented: ''the epidemic carried off... Read more

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Current veterinary surveillance systems may be ineffective for timely detection of outbreaks involving non-targeted disease. Earlier detection could enable quicker intervention that might prevent the spread of disease and limit lost revenue. Data sources, similar to those used for early outbreak... Read more

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One of the common tasks faced by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) food safety analysts is to estimate the risk of observing positive outcomes of microbial tests of food samples collected at the slaughter and food processing establishments. Resulting risk estimates can be used, among... Read more

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The New York City (NYC) Department of Health and Mental Hygiene monitors visits daily from 49 of 54 NYC emergency departments (EDs), capturing 95% of all ED visits. ED visits for influenza-like illness (ILI) have reflected influenza activity in NYC, better than the more broadly defined fever/flu... Read more

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A Quest Diagnostics Incorporated – CDC collaboration in 2000  pioneered  exploration  of  test  ordering data to enhance infectious diseasessurveillance1. This  year’s  unexpected shortage of vaccine and reports of human illness caused by avian influenza  A  (H5N1)  in  Asia2  heightened concern... Read more

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