Syndromic Surveillance

Surveillance that uses health-related information (clinical signs or other data) that might precede or substitute for formal diagnosis. This information may be used to indicate a sufficient probability of a change in the health of the population to deserve further investigation or to enable a timely assessment of the impact of health threats which may require action. This type of surveillance is not usually focused on a particular hazard so can be used to detect a variety of diseases or pathogens including new (emerging) diseases. Syndromic surveillance has been used for early detection and also for case detection during outbreaks

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Authors RISKSUR Consortium
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PublicationTitle RISKSUR: Glossary
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PublicationYear Accessed 23.04.2019
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Website https://www.fp7-risksur.eu/terminology/glossary
ZoteroURL https://www.zotero.org/groups/2344323/orion/items/itemKey/QY7GYNTP
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Category Epidemiology
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Sector Animal Health
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Provided by: EJP ORION project
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Author taras_guenther
Last Updated 28 April 2020, 01:36 (CEST)
Created 26 September 2019, 13:02 (CEST)