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Background Despite advance in science and technology for prevention, detection and treatment of cholera, this infectious disease remains a major public health problem in many countries in sub-Saharan Africa, Uganda inclusive. The persistence or control of cholera in Africa will be a key indicator of global efforts to reach the Millennium Development Goals and of recent commitments by leaders of the G-8 countries to increase development aid to the region. Strengthening the early warning system and enhancing water, sanitation, and hygiene interventions and sensitization should be considered in addressing cholera outbreaks. However, in mid-March, heavy flooding and widespread water shortages occurred, leading to a resurgence of cholera. This article describes cholera outbreaks during 2010—2011.

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ACUTE WATERY DIARRHEA OUTBREAK INVESTIGATION IN RAYA KOBBO DISTRICT, AMAHARA REGION OF ETHIOPIA

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The short duration of outbreaks may preclude reactive vaccination; however, the restricted geographic location may make preventive immunization attractive. . Results: From 1996 through 2010, Togo had 12 676 reported cholera cases and 554 deaths. Our results confirm that this test can be used for early outbreak detection or epidemiological surveillance, key components of efficient global cholera control. Cholera surveillance remains an important instrument for determining cholera trends within individual countries and regions. Diarrhoeal diseases are the major cause of child mortality in developing countries, where access to clean drinking water and sanitation is a problem.

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Weekly epidemiological Record Vol. 88 No. 14 2013. (eBook, 2013) [ikoob.com]

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While cholera reporting is sub-optimal, this review provides a detailed sub-national quantification of cholera, identifies foci of endemicity in Africa, and describes risk factors by region. We evaluated the impact on cholera prevention knowledge and practices. Emerging infectious diseases 2015;21 10 : 1849-1852. As long as such key questions remain unanswered, it will be difficult to estimate the impact of control strategies on the transmission of M leprae on resulting disease incidence. Results: Within 29 days after the first report, cases of V. During 2010, the Far North region accounted for 87. The cholera burden in Cameroon has increased during the past 2 decades.

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Weekly epidemiological Record Vol. 88 No. 14 2013. (eBook, 2013) [ikoob.com]

weekly epidemiological record vol 88 no 16 2013 who

Background: Cholera is a highly infectious diarrheal disease spread via fecal contamination of water and food sources; it is endemic in parts of Africa and Asia and recent outbreaks have been reported in Haiti, the Zambia and Democratic Republic of the Congo. To describe epidemiologic trends for the 21st century, the first part of this paper gives an overview of the epidemiology of leprosy, followed by past trends and the present situation of new-case detection as a proxy of the incidence. Emerging Infectious Disease 2011; 17 11 :2136—2138. Background: Togo is a cholera-endemic country bordered by other countries where this disease is endemic. We will extract data according to protocol and attempt meta-analyses if appropriate given data availability and quality.

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The effect of failure to sustain early case detection beyond 2005 on leprosy incidence and case detection is shown. For both districts, we identified multiple strengths in the response to the outbreak including timely notification of the district health officials which triggered prompt investigation of the suspected outbreak facilitating confirmation of cholera and initiation of public health response activities. The most affected age group was adults 20-25 year-old. Cholera remains endemic in sub-Saharan Africa. There is little empirical evidence and much unresolved debate about what caused these improvements, however. Despite the many challenges inherent to delivering care in Cameroon, practical measures could be taken to reduce cholera mortality in this region, including the timely provision of treatment supplies, training of healthcare workers, establishment of rehydration centres, and promotion of household water treatment and enhanced handwashing with soap.

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International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2012; 9 3 :880—894. The population benefited not only from acquisition of knowledge about preventive measures, but also from modification of risky practices and from reinforcement of city and municipal drinking water supplies. Yet beyond this simplistic view, literature elsewhere show that cholera outbreaks are controlled by its complex interactions with environmental drivers and reservoirs. Lancet 2012; 379 9835 : 2466—76. In 1991, the seventh pandemic reached Latin America, resulting in nearly 1 million reported cases from the region within 3 years. In contrast to the persisting situation in Africa, cholera was largely eliminated from Latin America within a decade. When cholera appeared in Latin America in January 1991, the Mexican government considered that it represented a national security problem.

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Risk factors early in the 2010 cholera epidemic- Haiti. Register a Free 1 month Trial Account. Weekly Epidemiological Record Vol 88 No 26 2013 Who can be very useful guide, and weekly epidemiological record vol 88 no 26 2013 who play an important role in your products. Background: In October 2010, nearly 10 months after a devastating earthquake, Haiti was stricken by epidemic cholera. Reported outbreaks in Africa tended to be larger in size. Between 2001 and 2011, 111 cases were reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. While Shanchol may offer some degree of immediate protection in primed populations living in cholera endemic areas, as well as being highly immunogenic in less endemic settings, understanding the characteristics of immune responses in each of these areas is vital in determining ideal dosing strategies that offer the greatest public health impact to populations from areas with varying degrees of cholera endemicity.

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The index case was a 15-year-old male from town kebele 02 of the district. The existence and stability of the equilibrium points is established. Data received from the national surveillance system from 2010 and 2011 were compiled and analyzed. Background Despite recurring outbreaks of cholera in Ghana, very little has been reported on assessments of outbreak response activities undertaken in affected areas. Cholera event attendance may have modestly motivated increased household water treatment. These data were used to assess correlations between socioeconomic and demographic indices that might serve as national risk predictors for epidemic cholera in Latin America.

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Epidemiologic trends of leprosy for the 21st century

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Register a Free 1 month Trial Account. Discussion: While cholera control remains elusive in Togo, reductions in case-fatality ratios have occurred, possibly due to improvements in case management. In this paper, we develop and analyse a mathematical model for cholera transmission incorporating media coverage. We established cases to control ratio of 1:3 with a total of 10 cases and 30 controls. Cholera cases increased rapidly, from several hundred cases in early December 2017 to approximately 2,000 by early January 2018 Figure.

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