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Baseline and key container survey for Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus in Albay Province, Philippines

HERDIN record number :
NCR-RITM-13062412344880
Author(s) :
Schapira A, Garcia C, M Asor, I Riquentino, L Bahillo
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Dengue Bulletin. December 2012; Vol. 36 : p. 194-208 (Journal)
Abstract :
Across the province, the indices of Ae. albopictus were about three times as high as those ofAe. aegypti. There was a significant correlation of dengue surveillance data with PPI summed forboth vector species, and, based on these findings, it was concluded that both vectors were present in the provi . . .
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Philippine Council for Health Research and Development
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Trends of dengue infections (1997–2008) in Cebu Province, Philippines

HERDIN record number :
NCR-RITM-13062408405279
Author(s) :
F E. Edillo, S Madarieta
Source Document :
Dengue Bulletin. December 2012; Vol. 36 : p. 49-61 (Journal)
Abstract :
This study analysed the epidemiological trends of dengue cases and deaths in Cebu province, Philippines, recorded at sentinel hospitals of the Department of Health, Regional and Epidemiological Surveillance Unit in Central Visayas during 1997-2008. A total of 34326 dengue cases [dengue fever (DF) an . . .
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University of San Carlos, Cebu City 6000, Philippines
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development
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Water quality and Aedes larval mosquito abundance in Caloocan City, Philippines

HERDIN record number :
NCR-RITM-13062408562383
Author(s) :
G Su, A Beronilla, K Yao
Source Document :
Dengue Bulletin. December 2012; Vol. 36 : p. 187-193 (Journal)
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The aim of our study was to examine the water quality of the breeding habitats of Aedes mosquitoes from randomly selected communities of Caloocan city, Philippines, and determine the relationship of water quality parameters in the breeding habitats to the abundance of the Aedes larval mosquitoes. Wa . . .
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Philippine Council for Health Research and Development
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Use of expansion factors to estimate the burden of dengue in Southeast Asia: a systematic analysis

HERDIN record number :
NCR-RITM-13102109473327
Author(s) :
E A. Undurraga, Y A. Halasa, D S. Shepard
Source Document :
Public Library of Science Neglected Tropical Diseases. February 2013; Vol. 7 ( 2 ) (Journal)
Abstract :
Background: Dengue virus infection is the most common arthropod-borne disease of humans and its geographical range and infection rates are increasing. Health policy decisions require information about the disease burden, but surveillance systems usually under report the total number of cases. These . . .
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Philippine Council for Health Research and Development
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The incidence, characteristics, and presentation of dengue virus infections during infancy.

HERDIN record number :
NCR-RITM-13062015002668
Author(s) :
RZ Capeding, JD Brion, MM Caponpon, RV Gibbons, RG Jarman , IK Yoon , DH Libraty
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The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 2010; Vol. 82 ( 2 ) : p. 330-336 (Journal)
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Infants are a vulnerable and unique population at risk for dengue in endemic areas. This report describes the incidence and presenting clinical features of infant dengue virus (DENV) infections from a prospective community-based study performed between January 2007 and May 2009 in the Philippines. D . . .
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Departments of Microbiology and Medicine, Research Institute for Tropical Medicine, Manila, Philippines
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development
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Policymakers’ views on dengue fever/dengue haemorrhagic fever and the need for dengue vaccines in four Southeast Asian countries

HERDIN record number :
NCR-RITM-13070203565932
Author(s) :
Denise DeRoeck, Jacqueline Deen, John D. Clemens
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Vaccine. December 2003; Vol. 22 ( 1 ) : p. 121-129 (Journal)
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A survey of policymakers and other influential professionals in four southeast Asian countries (Cambodia, Indonesia, Philippines and Vietnam) was conducted to determine policymakers' views on the public health importance of dengue fever and dengue haemorrhagic fever (DHF), the need for a vaccine and . . .
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International Vaccine Institute, P.O. Box 14, Kwanak, Seoul 151-600, South Korea R
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development
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Best Practices in dengue surveillance: a report from the Asia-Pacific and Americas dengue prevention boards

HERDIN record number :
NCR-RITM-13070410180466
Author(s) :
ME Beatty, A Stone, DW Fitzsimons, JN Hanna
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Public Library of Science Neglected Tropical Diseases. 2010; Vol. 4 ( 11 ) : p. 890 (Journal)
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Background: Dengue fever is a virus infection that is spread by the Aedes aegypti mosquito and can cause severe disease especially in children. Dengue fever is a major problem in tropical and sub-tropical regions of the world. Methodology/Principal Findings: We invited dengue experts from around th . . .
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Pediatric Dengue Vaccine Initiative, International Vaccine Institute, Seoul, Republic of Korea
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development
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Economic and disease burden of dengue in Southeast Asia

HERDIN record number :
NCR-RITM-13061709285297
Author(s) :
Donald  S. Shepard, Eduardo  A. Undurraga, Yara  A. Halasa
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Public Library of Science Neglected Tropical Diseases. 2013; Vol. 7 ( 2 ) (Journal)
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Dengue fever, or break bone fever, is the most common infectious disease transmitted by a mosquito, and is a major economic and disease burden in endemic countries. Between 100-200 million (m) infections occur each year in more than 100 countries, resulting in about 20,000 deaths. Quantifying the bu . . .
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Schneider Institutes for Health Policy
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development
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Serotypes of dengue viruses isolated from paediatric patients admitted at St. Luke's Medical Center for year 2001.

HERDIN record number :
NCR-RITM-12073115140917
Author(s) :
Corazon C. Buerano, R. R. Matias, C. Z. Tanig, J.A. R. Alfon, R.R. L. Ramiro, Ma.T D. Cinco-Abanes, C C. Carlos, J. D. Reyes, C. A. Mapua, Ma.L. G. Daroy, F. S. Aguila, F. F. Natividad, S. Inoue, C. C. Carlos, X. M. Lozada
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St. Luke's Journal of Medicine. 2004; Vol. 2 ( 2 ) : p. 25-30 (Journal)
St. Luke's Journal of Medicine. January 2010; Vol. 6 ( 2 ) : p. 37-42 (Journal)
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Objective. Dengue virus is the causative agent of dengue infection, which is major health problem in the Philippines. There are four serotypes of the virus, namely DEN-1, DEN-2, DEN-3, and DEN-4. Surveillance of circulating serotypes is important for epidemiological studies since introduction of . . .
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RITM
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A five year study pf Philippines Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever at St. Luke's Medical center

HERDIN record number :
NCR-RITM-13012114433471
Author(s) :
Lucy Alma V. Oliveros, Rosalinda D. de Monteverde , Carlos M. Olliveros
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Phil J Microbiol Infect Dis. 1984; Vol. 13 ( 2 ) : p. 102 (Journal)
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The records of 468 cases of clinically diagnosed dengue hemorrhagic fever admitted to St. Luke's Medical center from January 1, 1979 to December 31, 1981 were reviewed.Cases were noted to occur throughout the year with the highest incidence during the rainy season. Majority of the patients were betw . . .
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RITM
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development
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