Surveillance strategies for COVID-19 human infection. Interim guidance

  title={Surveillance strategies for COVID-19 human infection. Interim guidance},
  author={World Health Organization},
  journal={Pediatria i Medycyna Rodzinna},
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Midwifery as a family health worker in the surveillance system during the COVID-19 pandemic in Turkey
This work states that in Turkey, efforts have been initiated to reduce the rate of spread of the disease in the community by having the primary, secondary, and tertiary health care institutions take quick steps such as case detection, examination, and follow-up of epidemiological sources and contact tracing during the pandemic in Turkey.
Field evaluation of COVID-19 rapid antigen test: Are rapid antigen tests less reliable among the elderly?
Humasis COVID-19 Ag RAT is potentially a valuable tool in areas where access to molecular methods is limited; however, RT-PCR remains a gold standard for SARS-CoV-2 detection.
Facilitators and barriers of infectious diseases surveillance activities: lessons from the Global Polio Eradication Initiative - a mixed-methods study
Program characteristics may have impeded the process of conducting surveillance under the GPEI, while organisational characteristics mayHave facilitated the process, which should be designed with inputs from local communities and frontline implementers.
Prevalence of COVID-19 in West Gondar Zone, Northwest Ethiopia: A Population-Based Retrospective Study
A low prevalence of COVID-19 infection in the study area despite the increasing and rapid dissemination of the disease is revealed.
A pilot study using financial transactions’ spatial information to define high-risk neighborhoods and distribution pattern of COVID-19
A new technique for the incorporation of spatial information of transactions and a vital registry of COVID-19 to evaluate the disease spread in Iran and semi real-time results of such iterations can be informative for policy makers, guild owners, and general population to prepare safer commuting and merchandise spaces.
Upper extremity deep vein thrombosis in COVID-19: Incidence and correlated risk factors in a cohort of non-ICU patients
UEDVT can occur in COVID-19 patients despite adequate prophylaxis especially in patients undergoing helmet CPAP ventilation and further studies are needed to identify the correct strategy to prevent DVT in these patients.
Data innovation in response to COVID-19 in Somalia: application of a syndromic case definition and rapid mortality assessment method
Use of telephone interviews to collect data on the evolution of COVID-19 outbreaks is a useful additional approach that can complement laboratory testing and mortality data from the health system.
Solutions to Big Data Privacy and Security Challenges Associated With COVID-19 Surveillance Systems
The researcher will identify the surveillance measures being used by countries in different regions, the sensitivity of generated data, and the issues associated with the collection of large volumes of data and finally propose feasible solutions to protect the privacy rights of the people, during the post-COVID-19 era.
Establishing an ad hoc COVID-19 mortality surveillance during the first epidemic wave in Belgium, 1 March to 21 June 2020
Belgium implemented a rather complete surveillance of COVID-19 mortality, on account of a rapid investment of the hospitals and LTCF, and could build on past experience of previous surveys and surveillance activities.
Nasopharyngeal Swabs vs. Nasal Aspirates for Respiratory Virus Detection: A Systematic Review
A fair body of evidence exists that use of a different sampling method will not yield more respiratory pathogens, and a consensus standard of positivity by either method as the ‘gold standard’ is calculated.