Value of syndromic surveillance within the Armed Forces for early warning during a dengue fever outbreak in French Guiana in 2006.

Abstract : Military syndromic surveillance allowed an early warning for this outbreak to be issued, enabling a quicker public health response by the armed forces. Civilian surveillance system has since introduced syndromic surveillance as part of its surveillance strategy. This should enable quicker public health responses in the future.
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Jean-Baptiste Meynard, Hervé Chaudet, Gaetan Texier, Vanessa Ardillon, Françoise Ravachol, et al.. Value of syndromic surveillance within the Armed Forces for early warning during a dengue fever outbreak in French Guiana in 2006.. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, BioMed Central, 2008, 8, pp.29. ⟨10.1186/1472-6947-8-29⟩. ⟨pasteur-00584102⟩

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