publication . Article . Other literature type . 2017

Fatiga de vigilancia (fatigatio vigilantiae) durante epidemias

Romero-Álvarez, Daniel; Peterson, A. Townsend; Escobar, Luis E;
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  • Published: 01 Jun 2017 Journal: Revista chilena de infectología, volume 34, pages 289-290 (issn: 0716-1018, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: SciELO Comision Nacional de Investigacion Cientifica Y Tecnologica (CONICYT)
Abstract
Se presenta el concepto de "fatiga de vigilancia" (fatigatio vigilantiae) para describir un escenario epidemiológico en el que es evidente el subreporte de casos durante epidemias abrumadoras. Revisamos epidemias pasadas y encontramos que la fatiga de vigilancia es un patrón común, por lo tanto, puede ser un concepto útil en la epidemiología moderna. This manuscript presents the concept of "surveillance fatigue" (fatigatio vigilantiae), to describe an epidemiological scenario of an evident underreporting of cases during overwhelming epidemics. We revised past epidemics and found that surveillance fatigue is a common pattern, thus, it may be a useful concept in m...
Subjects
free text keywords: Epidemics, fatigatio vigilantiae, surveillance fatigue, Epidemias, epidemiología, fatiga de vigilancia, Medical emergency, medicine.disease, medicine, Epidemiology, medicine.medical_specialty, Virology, Epidemiological Monitoring, business.industry, business

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Abstract
Se presenta el concepto de "fatiga de vigilancia" (fatigatio vigilantiae) para describir un escenario epidemiológico en el que es evidente el subreporte de casos durante epidemias abrumadoras. Revisamos epidemias pasadas y encontramos que la fatiga de vigilancia es un patrón común, por lo tanto, puede ser un concepto útil en la epidemiología moderna. This manuscript presents the concept of "surveillance fatigue" (fatigatio vigilantiae), to describe an epidemiological scenario of an evident underreporting of cases during overwhelming epidemics. We revised past epidemics and found that surveillance fatigue is a common pattern, thus, it may be a useful concept in m...
Subjects
free text keywords: Epidemics, fatigatio vigilantiae, surveillance fatigue, Epidemias, epidemiología, fatiga de vigilancia, Medical emergency, medicine.disease, medicine, Epidemiology, medicine.medical_specialty, Virology, Epidemiological Monitoring, business.industry, business

1.- Broutet N, Krauer F, Riesen M, Khalakdina A, Almiron M, Aldighieri S, et al. Zika virus as a cause of neurologic disorders. N Engl J Med 2016; 374: 1506-9.

2.- Nsubuga P, White M E, Thacker S B, Anderson M A, Blount S B, Broome C V, et al. Chapter 53: Public health surveillance: a tool for targeting and monitoring interventions. Jamison D T, Breman J G, Measham A R, et al. editors. Disease control priorities in developing countries, 2nd ed. Washington, DC, USA: World Bank and Oxford University Press; 2006, p. 997-1015.

3.- Hitchcock P, Chamberlain A, Van Wagoner M, Inglesby T V, O'Toole T. Challenges to global surveillance and response to infectious disease outbreaks of international importance. Biosecur Bioterror 2007; 5: 206-27.

4.- Escobar L E, Qiao H, Peterson A T. Forecasting Chikungunya spread in the Americas via data-driven empirical approaches. Parasit Vectors 2016; 9: 112.

5.- Frieden T R. Government's role in protecting health and safety. N Engl J Med 2013; 368: 1857-9. [OpenAIRE]

6.- Atkins K E, Wenzel N S, Ndefo-Mbah M, Altice F L, Townsend J P, Galvani A P. Under-reporting and case fatality estimates for emerging epidemics. Br Med J 2015; 350: h1115. [OpenAIRE]

7.- Briand S, Mounts A, Chamberland M. Challenges of global surveillance during an influenza pandemic. Public Health 2011; 125: 247-56. [OpenAIRE]

8.- World Health Organization. WHO: Ebola Response Roadmap Situation Report-8 October 2014. WHO 2014: 1-10. http://apps.who.int/iris/ bitstream/10665/136020/1/roadmapsitrep_8Oct2014_eng.pdf (accessed May 7, 2016).

9.- Rossetto E V, Luna E J. Reporting delay during the yellow fever outbreak, Angola. Rev Inst Med Trop São Paulo 2016; 58: 91. [OpenAIRE]

10.- Lipsitch M, Hayden F G, Cowling B J, Leung G M. How to maintain surveillance for novel influenza A H1N1 when there are too many cases to count. Lancet 2009; 374: 1209-11.

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publication . Article . Other literature type . 2017

Fatiga de vigilancia (fatigatio vigilantiae) durante epidemias

Romero-Álvarez, Daniel; Peterson, A. Townsend; Escobar, Luis E;