surveillance of disease

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the ongoing systematic collection and analysis of data about an infectious disease that can lead to action being taken to control or prevent the disease

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Google Trends: a web-based tool for real-time surveillance of disease outbreaks.
Electronic surveillance of disease states: a preliminary study in electronic detection of respiratory diseases in a primary care setting.
Medical teams were also sent to provide primary health care and the purchase and distribution of medical equipment and supplies life-saving services and support health facilities with fuel and support immunization activities Receipt complementary and supporting therapeutic feeding centers and the provision of safe drinking water and the establishment of health facilities for displaced people and to strengthen the surveillance of diseases of the system in partnership with non-governmental organizations and campaigns.
He said that PITB is implementing various projects such as dengue tracking system based on smart phone, surveillance of diseases, registration of crimes, registration of vehicles, attendance of teachers and students, vaccination and drug inspection, public feedback system, elearn prgramme and automaton of a number of services and other projects which have yielded positive results.
Infectious disease surveillance is the paradigm for the surveillance of diseases that, aside from some exceptions (e.
My biases first: I am a strong supporter of nonproprietary public health-based surveillance of diseases such as influenza[1] and have served as a paid consultant for the Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene, a public health agency.
Initially, NinePoint is focusing on devices that enable real-time, endoscopic screening and surveillance of diseases of the mucosa of various tissues that are often precancerous.
Analysis of the national system of epidemiological surveillance of diseases linked to the
testing whether a disease is randomly distributed over space, time, or space-time, performing geographical surveillance of diseases, and testing geographical areas of significantly high or low rates.
Population-based surveillance of diseases of concern, including invasive bacterial diseases, is conducted by public health agencies in Canada, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, Finland, and Sweden.
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