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Self-reported fever and measured temperature in emergency department records used for syndromic surveillance: Table 1

Taha A Kass-Hout, David Buckeridge, John Brownstein, Zhiheng Xu, Paul McMurray, Charles K T Ishikawa, Julia Gunn, Barbara L Massoudi
2012 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
Due to its currently limited availability, we conclude that measured temperature is likely to add little value to self-reported fever in syndromic surveillance for febrile illness using ED records.  ...  This study found that patient chief complaint of self-reported fever was more readily available in ED records than measured temperature and that the majority of patients with an elevated temperature recorded  ...  Emergency department (ED) visit records are a frequently used source of information for syndromic surveillance. 1e3 Syndromic surveillance data, which are usually available before a diagnosis is made,  ... 
doi:10.1136/amiajnl-2012-000847 pmid:22596079 pmcid:PMC3422841 fatcat:qc4k5swevzg7jbjhnwrfopljee

Fever detection from free-text clinical records for biosurveillance

Wendy W Chapman, John N Dowling, Michael M Wagner
2004 Journal of Biomedical Informatics  
We compared the sensitivity and specificity of three fever detection algorithms for detecting fever from free-text.  ...  on their emergency department report, once the report becomes available.  ...  Acknowledgments We acknowledge Zhongwei Lu for his programming assistance. This work was partially funded by Defense  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jbi.2004.03.002 pmid:15120658 pmcid:PMC7128853 fatcat:xhgw3emndjd35fj5lwwhcgvnli

Syndromic Surveillance Using Ambulatory Electronic Health Records

G. Hripcsak, N. D. Soulakis, L. Li, F. P. Morrison, A. M. Lai, C. Friedman, N. S. Calman, F. Mostashari
2009 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
Conclusions: It is feasible to use electronic health records for syndromic surveillance.  ...  A b s t r a c t Objective: To assess the performance of electronic health record data for syndromic surveillance and to assess the feasibility of broadly distributed surveillance.  ...  Only visits in which a temperature was measured and recorded were included in the structured analysis for both ILI and GIID, and these visits served as the denominator in structured data analyzes.  ... 
doi:10.1197/jamia.m2922 pmid:19261941 pmcid:PMC2732227 fatcat:6xaqut34gzfurfxlt3vdstntzi

Responding to the COVID-19 outbreak in Singapore: Staff Protection and Staff Temperature and Sickness Surveillance Systems

Htet Lin Htun, Dwee Wee Lim, Win Mar Kyaw, Wan-Ning Janis Loh, Lay Tin Lee, Brenda Ang, Angela Chow
2020 Clinical Infectious Diseases  
Background Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is an emerging infectious disease caused by novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2), and first reported in Wuhan, China, in December 2019.  ...  Since the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) outbreak in 2003, Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH) in Singapore has routinely fit-tested staff for high filtration N95 respirators, and established web-based  ...  and details, record temperature measurements, and document fittested N95 respirators.  ... 
doi:10.1093/cid/ciaa468 pmid:32315026 fatcat:rimkgd3zprhk7kfj2ybagncwhm

The time is ripe to harmonize global acute febrile illness etiologic investigations [article]

José Moreira, B. Leticia Fernando-Carballo, Camille Escadafal, Sabine Dittrich, Patrícia Brasil, André M Siqueira
2022 medRxiv   pre-print
The inclusion criterion was the self-report of fever regardless of the temperature measured.  ...  Secondarily, we explored the impact of the recent use of antipyretics in measured temperature at the arrival of the EDs.  ...  SD means standard deviation; Tmax higher temperature self-recorded at home before emergency department visit; Recent antibiotic use was defined as any antibiotic for systemic use started prior to emergency  ... 
doi:10.1101/2022.05.19.22275321 fatcat:dtuochqbzrhr3m22ntjtbgdism

Automated data extraction from general practice records in an Australian setting: Trends in influenza-like illness in sentinel general practices and emergency departments

Gösta TH Liljeqvist, Michael Staff, Michele Puech, Hans Blom, Siranda Torvaldsen
2011 BMC Public Health  
The data were compared with that provided by the Public Health Real-time Emergency Department Surveillance System (PHREDSS) and with ED data for the same periods.  ...  Influenza intelligence in New South Wales (NSW), Australia is derived mainly from emergency department (ED) presentations and hospital and intensive care admissions, which represent only a portion of influenza-like  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank Mr Ian Peters of the Canning Division of General Practice for his significant input into this study by programming the Canning Flu Tool.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-2458-11-435 pmid:21645354 pmcid:PMC3118250 fatcat:2rgl6oipjrcdtpaypjyaxnacyy

International Society for Disease Surveillance Conference 2010

D.G. Cochrane, J.R. Allegra
2011 Emerging Health Threats Jour  
Relationship between neighborhood poverty and emergency department utilization for fever/flu syndrome K Desy, K Purviance, M Cartter, and JL Hadler 24.  ...  Use of emergency department data for case finding following a community anthrax exposure  ...  Disclaimer The findings and conclusions in this report are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official position of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  ... 
doi:10.3402/ehtj.v4i0.7174 pmid:24149039 pmcid:PMC3168218 fatcat:r34ofgptjbhbblmg7k2xwtcxkq

Enhanced Influenza Surveillance Using Telephone Triage and Electronic Syndromic Surveillance in the Department of Veterans Affairs, 2011-2015

Cynthia Lucero-Obusan, Carla A. Winston, Patricia L. Schirmer, Gina Oda, Mark Holodniy
2017 Public health reports (1974)  
TT is also an emerging data source for public health surveillance of infectious and noninfectious diseases, including influenza.  ...  We calculated Spearman correlation coefficients to compare the weekly number of US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) TT calls with other conventional influenza measures for the 2011-2012 through 2014  ...  Acknowledgments The views expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the position or policy of the US Department of Veterans Affairs or the US government.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0033354917709779 pmid:28692402 pmcid:PMC5676515 fatcat:av2msmowtvfkvmmnfdehbarjaa

General practice out-of-hours service in Ireland provides a new source of syndromic surveillance data on influenza

E D Brabazon, M W Carton, C Murray, L Hederman, D Bedford
2010 Eurosurveillance  
The method described in this paper has been extended to nine OOH services in Ireland (covering 70% of the Irish population) to provide weekly figures on self-reported illness for influenza in the community  ...  Comparison of this syndromic surveillance measure with national data on ILI consultation rates demonstrated a statistically significant temporal correlation.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the GP OOH services for their continuing participation in this study and also the HPSC for providing the national influenza indicator data.  ... 
doi:10.2807/ese.15.31.19632-en fatcat:f5j54yr7wjadzbrazds3yp2qge

Fevers Are Rarest in the Morning: Could We Be Missing Infectious Disease Cases by Screening for Fever Then? [article]

Charles Harding, Francesco Pompei, Samantha F Bordonaro, Daniel C McGillicuddy, Dmitriy Burmistrov, Leon D Sanchez
2020 medRxiv   pre-print
Our analyses included a nationally representative sample of records from adult visits to US emergency departments (n=202,181) and data from a Boston emergency department (n=93,225).  ...  Fever-range temperatures were about half as common in the morning as in the evening, suggesting that morning temperatures can be much less diagnostic, and that revisions may be needed to the practice of  ...  Human temperatures for syndromic surveillance in the emergency department: data from the autumn wave of the 2009 swine flu (H1N1) pandemic and a seasonal influenza outbreak. BMC Emerg.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2020.05.23.20093484 fatcat:l2gpdpt6inh2fbi5eunz56vija

Using administrative databases to identify cases of chronic kidney disease: a systematic review

R Blouin, M Hall, S Saydah
2011 Emerging Health Threats Jour  
Automated surveillance and public health reporting for gestational diabetes incidence and care using electronic health record data M Klompas, J McVetta, E Eggleston, T Mendoza, PR Daly, P Oppedisano, B  ...  Use of syndromic surveillance systems for oral health surveillance RS King, L Deyneka, H Vaughan-Batten, L Barker, V Robison, S Benoit, and HS Burkom 21.  ...  Using the Google group improved simplicity, acceptability, and timeliness by providing a common conduit for surveillance communication. Reference  ... 
doi:10.3402/ehtj.v4i0.7175 pmid:24149040 pmcid:PMC3168226 fatcat:imgv2r776zaidf76opgd4vbb2i

What can countries learn from Hong Kong's response to the COVID-19 pandemic?

Samuel Y.S. Wong, Kwok Kin On, Francis K.L. Chan
2020 CMAJ - Canadian Medical Association Journal  
and surveillance An enhanced laboratory surveillance program for patients attending public primary care clinics and accident and emergency departments with fever and mild respiratory symptoms (Jan. 13  ...  and emergency departments with fever and mild respiratory symptoms • Enhanced laboratory surveillance with testing at private clinics Communication with public • List of buildings, flights, trains and  ...  Competing interests: Francis Chan reports personal fees from  ... 
doi:10.1503/cmaj.200563 pmid:32332040 pmcid:PMC7234274 fatcat:2c6jk5kgjrakhmcc6j22dvlb5m

An Effective Mechanism for the Early Detection and Containment of Healthcare Worker Infections in the Setting of the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Systematic Review and Meta-Synthesis

Yueli Mei, Xiuyun Guo, Zhihao Chen, Yingzhi Chen
2022 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
Effective monitoring measures of syndromic surveillance, testing, contact tracing, and exposure management are distilled and further integrated to create a whole-process monitoring workflow framework.  ...  In this regard, our study paves the way for future studies aimed at strengthening surveillance capacities and upgrading public health system resilience, in order to respond more efficiently to future pandemic  ...  Acknowledgments: We would like to thank Dahai Zhao from the School of International and Public Affairs, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, for his help in preparing the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph19105943 pmid:35627479 pmcid:PMC9141359 fatcat:k6dctxumrzhxleaop4d5nuqtxq

Burden of typhoid fever in Sulaimania, Iraqi Kurdistan

Jonathan Dworkin, Rebeen Saeed, Hawar Mykhan, Shwan Kanan, Dlawer Farhad, Kocher Omer Ali, Runak Hama Kareem Abdulwahab, John Palardy, Marguerite A. Neill
2014 International Journal of Infectious Diseases  
Acknowledgements The authors thank Steven Opal and Andrew Artenstein for helpful discussions, Timothy Flanigan for programmatic support within the Infectious Diseases fellowship, and Jessica Palardy for  ...  Conflict of interest: The authors report no conflicts of interest.  ...  Methods A prospective study was conducted during May-September 2011 of patients suspected to have typhoid fever, who presented for evaluation to the emergency department or inpatient floors of the adult  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijid.2014.07.005 pmid:25173426 fatcat:imqd2p45sbeeddbncqejwibgye

Timely detection of localized excess influenza activity in Northern California across patient care, prescription, and laboratory data

Sharon K. Greene, Martin Kulldorff, Jie Huang, Richard J. Brand, Kenneth P. Kleinman, John Hsu, Richard Platt
2011 Statistics in Medicine  
Kaiser Permanente Northern California generated zip code-specific daily episode counts for: influenza-like illness (ILI) diagnoses in ambulatory care (AC) and emergency departments (ED), both with and  ...  However, no single data type may capture influenza activity with optimal sensitivity, specificity, and timeliness, and it is unknown which data types could be most useful for surveillance.  ...  Fever (+F) was defined as a measured fever of ≥100° Fahrenheit in the temperature field of the database or (only if there was no valid measured temperature of any magnitude) the ICD-9 code for fever (780.6  ... 
doi:10.1002/sim.3883 pmid:21312219 pmcid:PMC3058686 fatcat:lgjqdgohnzcw5amcneaz5izkri
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