Improving Infectious Disease Surveillance

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Clinical Studies helps in inventing new treatment methods which helps in providing effective treatment. Case reports on infectious diseases includes research, biology, epidemiology, clinical aspects of all infection related diseases.

 

 

Blood tests. A technician obtains a sample of your blood by inserting a needle into a vein, usually in your arm.

Urine tests. This painless test requires you to urinate into a container. To avoid potential contamination of the sample, you may be instructed to cleanse your genital area with an antiseptic pad and to collect the urine midstream.

Throat swabs. Samples from your throat, or other moist areas of your body, may be obtained with a sterile swab.

Stool sample. You may be instructed to collect a stool sample so a lab can check the sample for parasites and other organisms.

Spinal tap (lumbar puncture). This procedure obtains a sample of your cerebrospinal fluid through a needle carefully inserted between the bones of your lower spine. You'll usually be asked to lie on your side with your knees pulled up toward your chest

 

  • Modeling
  • Geographic information systems (GIS)
  • Risk assessment
  • Early warning systems
  • Novel surveillance systems
  • Effective and sustainable surveillance platforms

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