traceback

traceback

Epidemiology Any maneuver designed to follow a public health issue–eg, outbreak of infection or exposure to a toxic substance–to its source. See Lookback, Outbreak.

traceback

Identification of the source of an outbreak of disease or of a public health emergency.

traceback

an epidemiological strategy of locating the origin of an outbreak. The usual tactic is to enforce the use of identifying markers such as tailtags with codes identifying the vendors.
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Traceback information indicated that both case-patients consumed ground beef products at Bread & Butter Farm which was supplied by Vermont Livestock Slaughter & Processing.
We examined the 8 previously defined outbreaks (outbreaks A-H; Table 1) on the basis of the genetic relatedness of the isolates, the epidemiologic data, and the food traceback investigations.
Register exchange (RE) and Traceback (TB) are the two methods used in the Survival Memory Unit (SMU) when retrieving the original message.
Low-rate DDoS attacks detection and traceback by using new information metrics, IEEE Trans.
Although several violations were noted during the restaurant inspections, the environmental, laboratory, and traceback investigations did not confirm the contamination source.
13 Federal Register (link), USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service said that in the future, it would begin traceback activities immediately after any business receives a positive result after testing its ground beef for the pathogen.
The FDA traceback investigation confirmed the one-cell parasites initially contaminated salad mix from Taylor Farms de Mexico that was supplied to Darden Restaurants (Olive Garden and Red Lobster) in Iowa and Nebraska.
When imported beef and domestic beef are combined to make a lean ground beef product, traceback becomes more complex.
Uses of microchips in plants include product traceback, breeding and certification
For that reason, this Part aims to give a cursory overview of the technology available for the first two stages of active defense: intrusion detection and traceback.
1] US, Produce Marketing Association and United Fresh Produce Association, PTI is designed to help producers maximize the effectiveness of current traceback procedures, while developing a standardized industry approach to enhance the speed and efficiency of traceability systems for the future.
Traceback, in which sources of food contamination are, if possible, traced back to their point of origin, is a standard part of investigations that occur during and after major outbreaks of foodborne illness.