The Critical Role of Early Dengue Surveillance and Limitations of Clinical Reporting – Implications for Non-Endemic Countries

@inproceedings{Kao2016TheCR,
  title={The Critical Role of Early Dengue Surveillance and Limitations of Clinical Reporting – Implications for Non-Endemic Countries},
  author={Jui-Hung Kao and C. Chen and Zheng-Rong Tiger Li and Ta-Chien Chan and Tsung-Hwa Tung and Yin-Hsia Chu and Hau-Yuan Cheng and J W Liu and Fuh-Yuan Shih and P. C. Shu and C. Lin and Wu-Hsiung Tsai and Chia-Chi Ku and Chi-kung Ho and Chwan-Chuen King},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2016}
}
The increasing dengue burden and epidemic severity worldwide have highlighted the need to improve surveillance. In non-endemic areas such as Taiwan, where outbreaks start mostly with imported cases from Southeast Asia, a closer examination of surveillance dynamics to detect cases early is necessary. To evaluate problems with dengue surveillance and… CONTINUE READING