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This syndrome was created to explore the possibility of Kansas Syndromic Surveillance Program data for agriculture-related injuries. This topic could potentially cover trauma, injury, occupational public health, and child health. This syndrome is still a work-in-progress and a proof of concept,... Read more

Content type: Syndrome

The query was updated and developed in collaboration with NSSP & CDC Division of Violence Prevention for a version 2 of the Sexual Violence syndrome. The syndrome is intended for rape prevention coordinators for their surveillance work at local and state health departments. The query has... Read more

Content type: Syndrome

The query was developed by NSSP and CDC Division of Violence Prevention. It was developed to assist rape prevention coordinators and project officers in doing sexual violence and intimate partner violence surveillance using syndromic surveillance. An ESSENCE CCDD category has been created and... Read more

Content type: Syndrome

KDHE has updated the exhisting CO Poisoning Surveillance queries. Version 1 can be found here https://www.surveillancerepository.org/carbon-monoxide-exposure-kansas-d...

Previously, we were querying for carbon monoxide-related cases by using the NSSP ESSENCE SubSyndrome for COPoisoning... Read more

Content type: Syndrome
Objective: To monitor clinical encounters for chlamydia infection and disease Syndromic surveillance system: ESSENCE Data Sources: Emergency department visits, primary and urgent care visits  Fields used to query the data: Chief Complaint History, Discharge Diagnosis

 

Content type: Syndrome
Objective: To monitor clinical encounters for gonorrhea infection and disease Syndromic surveillance system: ESSENCE Data Sources: Emergency department visits, primary and urgent care visits  Fields used to query the data: Chief Complaint History, Discharge Diagnosis
Content type: Syndrome

This query was created as a collaboration between the ISDS Syndrome Definition Committee (SDC) members with input from the CDC, Division of Violence Prevention. The query includes keywords and discharge diagnosis codes (ICD 10, ICD 9, and SNOMED) for self-harm, suicide ideation and suicide... Read more

Content type: Syndrome

The New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) uses Health Monitoring Systems’ EpiCenter to collect, manage, and analyze real-time emergency department (ED) data acquired from acute care hospitals and satellite EDs. NJDOH integrates these data into a comprehensive surveillance system, relying on... Read more

Content type: Success Stories
Why the syndrome was created? Track food poisoning and potential disease outbreaks due to infected food  Syndromic surveillance system (e.g., ESSENCE, R STUDIO, RODS, etc.) ESSENCE  Data sources the syndrome was used on (e.g., Emergency room, EMS, Air Quality, etc.) Patient Location Full Details... Read more
Content type: Syndrome

Purpose: States currently funded by CDC’s Enhanced State Opioid Overdose Surveillance (ESOOS) program have been monitoring drug overdose trends in their states. Because CDC had worked with these states to develop syndrome definitions for stimulant, heroin and opioid overdose, they decided to... Read more

Content type: Syndrome

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