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DENGUE idsurv data. Presented by Dr S G Kasi Bengaluru. CASE DEFINATION 1. CASE DEFINATION 2. Vaccination history : Not relevant. Salient Features. June 2011 to May 2012 47 dengue cases Gujarat : 35. Sabarkanta-16, Surat-13, Ahmedabad-6, Bhavanagar-1 Tamil Nadu : 8 UP : 3

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dengue idsurv data

DENGUEidsurv data

Presented by

Dr S G Kasi

Bengaluru

case defination 2
CASE DEFINATION 2

Vaccination history : Not relevant

salient features
Salient Features
  • June 2011 to May 2012
  • 47 dengue cases
  • Gujarat : 35. Sabarkanta-16, Surat-13, Ahmedabad-6, Bhavanagar-1
  • Tamil Nadu : 8
  • UP : 3
  • Maharashtra : 1
  • 46/47 reported by PC browser, 1/47 by Mobile app
  • No deaths
dengue classification
Dengue Classification
  • DSS : 3
  • DHF : 1
  • DF : 43
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Gujarat : 35

Tamil Nadu : 8

UP : 3

Maharashtra : 1

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seasonal distribution
Seasonal distribution

OVERALL GUJARAT

some thoughts
Some Thoughts !
  • Reporting from just 4 states
  • Gujarat overrepresented
  • Only 9 doctors reported
  • 29/47 cases reported by just 2 doctors
  • No microbial diagnosis in 35/47 cases
  • We have a long way to go, but the beginning has just begun!
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