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Paper Id: IJCIRAS1464
Title: SURVEILLLANCE AND NOTIFICATION QUALITY OF REPORTABLE DESEASES AT EHU ORAN 2012-2015
Published in: International Journal Of Creative and Innovative Research In All Studies
Publisher: IJCIRAS
ISSN: 2581-5334
Volume / Issue: Volume 2 Issue 7
Pages: 8
Published On: 1/5/2020 9:20:24 PM      (MM/dd/yyyy)
Main Author Details
Name: TERKI Khadidja
Institute: 1. Service of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine, Hospital and University Establishment of Oran (EHUO), Algeria
Co - Author Details
Author Name Author Institute
ELKEBIR Djamila anesthesia service surgical resuscitation -Hospital and University Establishment of Oran (EHUO), Algeria
SERBIS Dounia Blood Transfusion Center -Hospital and University Establishment of Oran (EHUO), Algeria
DALI YAHIA Radia Hospital and University Establishment of Oran (EHUO), Algeria
Abstract
Research Area: Epidemiology
KeyWord: reportable diseases, surveillance, notification, quality, EHU, Oran
Abstract: ABSTRACT Introduction The surveillance of notifiable diseases in Algeria is governed by regularly updated legislation. The analysis of the data collected is necessary to reveal trends in the evolution of the frequency over time. At the EHU Oran level, the existence of a surveillance and epidemiological control unit allows the monitoring of this activity. Our goal is to describe the surveillance system and to identify reporting anomalies for notifiable diseases in our hospital. Method of working This is a descriptive study covering 4 years of data collection from different services. The capture and analysis were done on EpiData software. Results: During this period, 2536 cases of reportable diseases are recorded with a microbiological confirmation of 66%. The average age of patients is 44.8 ± 0.8 years with a median age of 43 years. This variable is not found in 11% of the returns. The microbiology department reports 1682 cases (66%) followed by the blood transfusion center (14%). These are mostly male patients (52.4%). Hepatitis B (36.5%) is at the top of the list followed by hepatitis C (16.9%). Syphilis (20.7%) ranks third and tuberculosis is in fourth place (10.6%). Returns increase in the first and last quarters with the same frequency (28%) and decrease in the second (21.7%) and third (21.7%). Discussion Several anomalies were found during the analysis of the recorded data. Age is absent in 282 notifications (11%) as well as for the patient's address. She is absent in 1397 statements (54.8%). The frequency of notifications without the concept of confirmation is 37.3, which is contrary to the reporting recommendations for reportable diseases under the regulations. Conclusion The quality of the declaration is to be improved. An awareness campaign and training with our doctors would be interesting to improve the quality of reporting reportable diseases.
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TERKI Khadidja, ELKEBIR Djamila, SERBIS Dounia, DALI YAHIA Radia, "Surveilllance and notification quality of reportable deseases at EHU Oran 2012-2015", International Journal Of Creative and Innovative Research In All Studies, vol. 2, no. 7, pp. 73-80, 2019.
MLA TERKI Khadidja, ELKEBIR Djamila, SERBIS Dounia, DALI YAHIA Radia "Surveilllance and notification quality of reportable deseases at EHU Oran 2012-2015." International Journal Of Creative and Innovative Research In All Studies, vol 2, no. 7, 2019, pp. 73-80.
APA TERKI Khadidja, ELKEBIR Djamila, SERBIS Dounia, DALI YAHIA Radia (2019). Surveilllance and notification quality of reportable deseases at EHU Oran 2012-2015. International Journal Of Creative and Innovative Research In All Studies, 2(7), 73-80.
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