genitalium has already become a difficult bacterium to treat on a syndromic
For this study, we used daily syndromic
surveillance data extracted September 29, 2014-May 17, 2015.
validation was possible in 34/71 cases (47.
Interestingly, when we stratified our patient population to account for association of genetic syndromes, we noticed a higher rate of failure in the syndromic
(50%) when compared to non-syndromic
The main interventions which could reduce the incidence and prevalence of STIs include primary prevention (information, education and communication campaigns, condom promotion, use of safe microbicides, and vaccines), screening and case finding among vulnerable groups (for example, pregnant women), STI case management using the syndromic
approach, targeted interventions for populations at high risk (for example, sex workers), and in some circumstances (targeted) periodic mass treatment .
surveillance systems rely on the use of prediagnostic data, such as from emergency department (ED) chief complaints, school absenteeism or pharmacy sales, to facilitate earlier detection of disease outbreaks compared with traditional diagnostic data such as from laboratories.
of London, UK) compiles eight essays by psychologists and specialists in development, language and communication, special education, and behavioral sciences in the UK, Sweden, Australia, China, and the US, who consider issues in syndromic
neurodevelopmental disorders: fragile X syndrome, Down's syndrome, Williams syndrome, and velocardiofacial syndrome, and dyslexia, autism spectrum disorder, specific language impairment, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
7%) eyes had non syndromic
lens subluxation, 10 (30.
Clinical presentation categorizes mental retardation into either syndromic
(accompanied with additional clinical dysfunction) or nonsyndromic mental retardation (only learning impairment).
1415) carried out a population-based study using emergency department (ED) visits reported through a syndromic
surveillance program, NC DETECT (North Carolina Disease Event Tracking and Epidemiologic Collection Tool).
The capability to submit electronic syndromic
Department of Defense (DoD), is an Internet-based syndromic
disease surveillance system used by civilian and military health departments (1).