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Antibody persistence and safety 3 years after CYD tetravalent dengue vaccination: follow-up results from a phase I trial in the Philippines

HERDIN record number :
NCR-RITM-13070203523930
Author(s) :
M.R Z. Capeding, A Wartel, M Boaz, T Laot, D Crevat
Source Document :
15th International Congress on Infectious Diseases. June 2012 (Proceedings)
Abstract :
Background: A recombinant, live, attenuated, tetravalent dengue vaccine (CYD-TDV) is in phase III efficacy evaluation in Latin America and South East Asia with a 3-dose 0-6-12 month regimen. Safety and immunogenicity to 28 days after vaccination has previously been reported. Here we present the firs . . .
Physical Location :
Research Institute for Tropical Medicine,Alabang, Muntinlupa City/PH
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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
Source Document :
Vaccine. December 2003; Vol. 22 ( 1 ) : p. 121-129 (Journal)
Abstract :
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 . . .
Physical Location :
International Vaccine Institute, P.O. Box 14, Kwanak, Seoul 151-600, South Korea R
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Review: Geographical information systems for dengue surveillance

HERDIN record number :
NCR-RITM-13062814252070
Author(s) :
Jennifer Duncombe, Archie C. Clements, Wenbiao Hu, Philip Weinstein, Scott Ritchie, Fe E. Espino
Source Document :
The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 2012; Vol. 86 ( 5 ) : p. 753-755 (Journal)
Abstract :
This review provides details on the role of Geographical Information Systems (GIS) in current dengue surveillance systems and focuses on the application of open access GIS technology to emphasize its importance in developing countries, where the dengue burden is greatest. It also advocates for incre . . .
Physical Location :
US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health
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The key breeding sites by pupal survey for dengue mosquito vectors, Aedes aegypti (Linnaeus) and Aedes albopictus (Skuse), in Guba, Cebu City, Philippines.

HERDIN record number :
NCR-RITM-13062013284333
Author(s) :
FE Edillo, ND Roble, Otero ND
Source Document :
Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health. November 2012; Vol. 43 ( 6 ) : p. 1365-1374 (Journal)
Abstract :
We conducted this study to assess how well a pupal survey of dengue mosquito vectors, Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus, is able to target the most productive breeding sites. The study was carried out monthly during the rainy season (8 months) in 2008 in Cuba, Cebu City, Philippines. The hypotheses . . .
Physical Location :
University of San Carlos, Talamban Campus, Cebu City, Philippines
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Correlation of climatic factors and dengue incidence in Metro Manila, Philippines.

HERDIN record number :
NCR-RITM-13062014501663
Author(s) :
GL Su
Source Document :
Ambio. June 2008; Vol. 37 ( 4 ) : p. 292-4 (Journal)
Abstract :
Dengue is a serious public health problem in Metro Manila, Philippines. Increasing dengue incidence has been attributed to climate change; however, contradicting reports show inconclusive relationships between dengue and climatic factors. This study investigates temperature and rainfall as climatic . . .
Physical Location :
De La Salle University
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Dengue haemorrhagic fever situation in the Philippines

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NCR-RITM-12090509113336
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Abstract :
The Philippines is facing a not-so-new emerging public health problem, that of dengue fever and dengue haemorrhagic fever. The social concern and awareness of the people has prompted the Department of Health to prioritize this disease. For the past three years, activities aimed at prevention and con . . .
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Community-based dengue vector control: experiences in behavior change in Metropolitan Manila, Philippines

HERDIN record number :
NCR-RITM-13062814274248
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Source Document :
Pathogens and Global Health. December 2012; Vol. 106 ( 8 ) : p. 455-461 (Journal)
Abstract :
Dengue is the most important mosquito-borne disease in the Philippines, especially in Metropolitan Manila where communities are socially and economically diverse, and city governments struggle to provide basic services such as continuously available, piped water supply to residents. We examined resp . . .
Physical Location :
US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health
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Prevalence of chikungunya virus infection among suspected dengue pediatric patients in 3 regional hospitals in the Philippines

HERDIN record number :
NCR-RITM-13070203431281
Author(s) :
A K. Sy, V F. Chan, A B. Bautista, M R. Capeding
Source Document :
International Journal of Infectious Diseases . June 2012; Vol. 16 ( 1 ) : p. 112 (Journal)
Abstract :
Background:Infection with Chikungunya virus has overlapping clinical symptoms with dengue fever. Presence of Chikungunya virus has been reported in the county since the 1960s, few cases were reported in the succeeding years. Although its neighbouring countries have experienced massive outbreaks, no . . .
Physical Location :
University of the Philippines
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Rainfall, temperature and the incidence of dengue in Central Visayas, Philippines are not correlated

HERDIN record number :
NCR-RITM-13062110461956
Author(s) :
J Picardal, A Elnar
Source Document :
CNU Journal of Higher Education Category B. 2012; Vol. 6 (Journal)
Abstract :
Climatic factors have been considered as agents of the transmission and spread of dengue virus in the Philippines. This present paper investigated the correlation of two climatic factors: rainfall and temperature to the cases of dengue fever observed in Region 7, Philippines from 2006-2010.Multiple . . .
Physical Location :
Cebu Normal University
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People's knowledge and practice and aedes aegypti infestation in Cebu City, Philippines and implications for community-based dengue control

HERDIN record number :
NCR-RITM-13062814073874
Author(s) :
A Tomayao
Source Document :
The Philippine Scientist. 2000; Vol. 37 : p. 79-83 (Journal)
Abstract :
A study on dengue was conducted in an urban poor area in T. Padilla, Cebu City, Philippines. The first objective was to describe people's knowledge, attitudes and practices towards dengue fever, transmission of the disease and preventive vector controls. The second objective was to determine the ma . . .
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