notifiable diseases

notifiable diseases

diseases that are classified as reportable by each state and territorial health department, which also prescribes the manner and time of reporting.
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Voting 192-0 without abstention, the House of Representatives on Tuesday approved House Bill 7134, seeking to provide policies and prescribe procedures on surveillance and response to notifiable diseases, epidemics, and health events of public health concern.
To improve the usability, availability, quality, and timeliness of surveillance data as part of the CDC Surveillance Strategy (1), CDC now provides users a convenient way to access notifiable infectious and noninfectious disease data through the National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System (NNDSS) website.
Rebecca Evans said: "Biosecurity is our first line of defence against introducing any disease including serious notifiable diseases.
Rabies falls within a group of diseases known as notifiable diseases.
But their case report volumes could double when federal requirements for automated electronic laboratory reporting of notifiable diseases go into effect next year, according to a study by researchers from the Regenstrief Institute, Inc.
The 'if animals are infected, kill them' attitude applies to other notifiable diseases as well as FMD.
Influenza-associated mortality in children has been added to the list of nationally notifiable diseases, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has announced.
Influenza-associated pediatric mortality has been added to the list of nationally notifiable diseases, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has announced.
Canadian notifiable diseases surveillance data generated by local, provincial, and federal sources provided evidence for the occurrence of two as-yet unreported malaria epidemics in Canada in the last decade.
Since August 5 this year, the two parasites have been on the list of notifiable diseases in the EU (see European Report 2797), meaning that outbreaks must be reported by bee-keepers.
Samples were drawn from those collected for the control of two other notifiable diseases - brucellosis and enzootic bovine leucosis.
However, several doctors warned that the current system for notifiable diseases needed updating and would not be up to the task.