The 2005 dengue epidemic in Singapore: epidemiology, prevention and control.

@article{Koh2008The2D,
  title={The 2005 dengue epidemic in Singapore: epidemiology, prevention and control.},
  author={Benjamin K W Koh and Lee Ching Ng and Yuske Kita and Choon Siang Tang and Li Wei Ang and Kit Yin Wong and Lyn James and Kee Tai Goh},
  journal={Annals of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore},
  year={2008},
  volume={37 7},
  pages={538-45}
}
INTRODUCTION We investigated the 2005 outbreak of dengue fever (DF)/dengue haemorrhagic fever (DHF) to determine its epidemiological, virological and entomological features to further understand the unprecedented resurgence. MATERIALS AND METHODS All physician-diagnosed, laboratory-confirmed cases of DF/DHF notified to the Ministry of Health, Singapore during the outbreak as well as entomological and virological data were analysed retrospectively. RESULTS A total of 14,006 cases of DF/DHF… CONTINUE READING
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