A concept for routine emergency-care data-based syndromic surveillance in Europe

Ziemann A, Rosenkoetter N, Riesgo LG-C, Schrell S, Kauhl B, Vergeiner G, Fischer M, Lippert FK, Krämer A, Brand H, Krafft T (2014)
Epidemiology and Infection 142(11): 2433-2446.

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Ziemann, A.; Rosenkoetter, N.; Riesgo, L. Garcia-Castrillo; Schrell, S.; Kauhl, B.; Vergeiner, G.; Fischer, M.; Lippert, F. K.; Krämer, AlexanderUniBi ; Brand, H.; Krafft, T.
Abstract / Bemerkung
We developed a syndromic surveillance (SyS) concept using emergency dispatch, ambulance and emergency-department data from different European countries. Based on an inventory of sub-national emergency data availability in 12 countries, we propose framework definitions for specific syndromes and a SyS system design. We tested the concept by retrospectively applying cumulative sum and spatio-temporal cluster analyses for the detection of local gastrointestinal outbreaks in four countries and comparing the results with notifiable disease reporting. Routine emergency data was available daily and electronically in 11 regions, following a common structure. We identified two gastrointestinal outbreaks in two countries; one was confirmed as a norovirus outbreak. We detected 1/147 notified outbreaks. Emergency-care data-based SyS can supplement local surveillance with near real-time information on gastrointestinal patients, especially in special circumstances, e. g. foreign tourists. It most likely cannot detect the majority of local gastrointestinal outbreaks with few, mild or dispersed cases.
Stichworte
Gastrointestinal infections; public health; surveillance system
Erscheinungsjahr
2014
Zeitschriftentitel
Epidemiology and Infection
Band
142
Ausgabe
11
Seite(n)
2433-2446
ISSN
0950-2688
eISSN
1469-4409
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2710608

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Ziemann A, Rosenkoetter N, Riesgo LG-C, et al. A concept for routine emergency-care data-based syndromic surveillance in Europe. Epidemiology and Infection. 2014;142(11):2433-2446.
Ziemann, A., Rosenkoetter, N., Riesgo, L. G. - C., Schrell, S., Kauhl, B., Vergeiner, G., Fischer, M., et al. (2014). A concept for routine emergency-care data-based syndromic surveillance in Europe. Epidemiology and Infection, 142(11), 2433-2446. doi:10.1017/S0950268813003452
Ziemann, A., Rosenkoetter, N., Riesgo, L. G. - C., Schrell, S., Kauhl, B., Vergeiner, G., Fischer, M., Lippert, F. K., Krämer, A., Brand, H., et al. (2014). A concept for routine emergency-care data-based syndromic surveillance in Europe. Epidemiology and Infection 142, 2433-2446.
Ziemann, A., et al., 2014. A concept for routine emergency-care data-based syndromic surveillance in Europe. Epidemiology and Infection, 142(11), p 2433-2446.
A. Ziemann, et al., “A concept for routine emergency-care data-based syndromic surveillance in Europe”, Epidemiology and Infection, vol. 142, 2014, pp. 2433-2446.
Ziemann, A., Rosenkoetter, N., Riesgo, L.G.-C., Schrell, S., Kauhl, B., Vergeiner, G., Fischer, M., Lippert, F.K., Krämer, A., Brand, H., Krafft, T.: A concept for routine emergency-care data-based syndromic surveillance in Europe. Epidemiology and Infection. 142, 2433-2446 (2014).
Ziemann, A., Rosenkoetter, N., Riesgo, L. Garcia-Castrillo, Schrell, S., Kauhl, B., Vergeiner, G., Fischer, M., Lippert, F. K., Krämer, Alexander, Brand, H., and Krafft, T. “A concept for routine emergency-care data-based syndromic surveillance in Europe”. Epidemiology and Infection 142.11 (2014): 2433-2446.

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