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epidemiologic surveillance

The ongoing, systematic collection, analysis, and interpretation of health data essential to planning, implementing, and evaluating public health practice, closely integrated with the timely dissemination of these data to those who need to know
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The objective is also to review national reports on the epidemiological surveillance of drug addiction and to provide more guidance on the development and completion of reports.
Of the 202 professionals invited by email, 41 (20%) accepted, namely, 13 of the Zoonosis Control Center, 1 of the Death Verification Service, 9 of Epidemiological Surveillance, 2 of the Board of Executive Officers; 3 of the Public Health Laboratory, 12 of Health Surveillance and 1 municipal manager.
In that strategy, the countries committed to providing an integrated response to the common aspects of clinical care of arboviral diseases, the need for a laboratory network, epidemiological surveillance and vector control.
The three reviewed abstracts, which specifically report findings on influenza B mismatch, corroborate this unpredictable behavior of influenza B disease in Brazil for many other seasons for which data were not available in the International Epidemiological surveillance data.
Nizar Yazigi affirmed the ministry's commitment to pay attention to the epidemiological surveillance of hepatitis and other contiguous diseases through following up on the application of sanitary conditions.
The decentralization of Epidemiological Surveillance (ES) in Brazil is a priority of the federal government, as shown by the publication of basic operational standards or through financial incentives for the counties to assume an increasingly larger share of the ES.
Project Directorate on Foot and Mouth Disease, Mukteswar established by ICAR works on the epidemiological surveillance through regularly monitoring antigenicity and genomic make up of FMD vs strains responsible for disease outbreaks, to provide training in diagnosis and to develop technologies for making country free from FMD.
Employees of the State Sanitary and Epidemiological Surveillance Center visited the Shin-Line plants to select products for analysis, chief physician of the disease prevention center of Alamedin district Sultan Abdykadyrov told AKIpress on Tuesday.
The agreement focuses on activating the cooperation between the two sides in the provision of field equipment to control diseases that threaten animal health and the necessary means to carry out epidemiological surveillance campaigns, as well as the interventions to combat the screwworm fly.
Effective leprosy control requires early diagnosis and prompt multidrug therapy for all patients, tracing and post-exposure prophylaxis for contacts of patients newly diagnosed with leprosy, improvements in diagnostic tools, as well as strict epidemiological surveillance and response systems to monitor progress.
It is part of the epidemiological surveillance service (ESS) XXII-Presidente Venceslau, with 21 municipalities.
In the Polish People's Republic (a period between 1945 and 1986), epidemiological surveillance in the country initially concerned infectious diseases, with emphasis on particular epidemic situations.

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