An operative dengue risk stratification system in Argentina based on geospatial technology.

@article{Porcasi2012AnOD,
  title={An operative dengue risk stratification system in Argentina based on geospatial technology.},
  author={Ximena Porcasi and Camilo H. Rotela and Mar{\'i}a Virginia Introini and Nicol{\'a}s Frutos and Sofia Lanfri and Gonzalo Peralta and Estefan{\'i}a A De Elia and Mario Alberto Lanfri and Carlos M. Scavuzzo},
  journal={Geospatial health},
  year={2012},
  volume={6 3},
  pages={S31-42}
}
Based on an agreement between the Ministry of Health and the National Space Activities Commission in Argentina, an integrated informatics platform for dengue risk using geospatial technology for the surveillance and prediction of risk areas for dengue fever has been designed. The task was focused on developing stratification based on environmental (historical and current), viral, social and entomological situation for >3,000 cities as part of a system. The platform, developed with open-source… CONTINUE READING
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