Spatial Clustering of Notifiable Communicable Diseases in Turkey.pdf

Spatial Clustering of Notifiable Communicable Diseases in Turkey PDF

When looking at the distribution of infectious diseases in the world in general, it is seen that there is a distinct difference between developed and developing countries. Morbidity and mortality rates of infectious diseases decrease as the level of development increases. In other words, infectious diseases are mostly diseases of developing countries. Therefore, it is necessary to create an effective fighting program against infectious diseases. One of the most important components of effective fighting is the establishment of an effective surveillance system. Monitoring infectious diseases is essential for detecting outbreaks that demand public health response and control measures.Many methods are used for this purpose such as spatial clustering. This is defined as aggregation of disease cases anywhere. Clustering of the disease shows its relation with space. For this reason, cluster analysis is frequently used in epidemiology. It has been the main driving force to carry out the study on this relatively new issue for our country. The book is the product of this work.

On the other hand, old rickettsioses, such as epidemic typhus or scrub typhus, have re-emerged because of poor living standards [ 50 ]. A few small clusters of patients with disease related to Rickettsia conorii infection were observed in different parts of Turkey in the last decade [ 51, 52, 53 ].

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...outbreaks that demand public health response and control measures.Many methods are used for this purpose such as spatial clustering. Clustering of the disease shows its relation with space. Many methods are used for this purpose such as spatial clustering. This is defined as aggregation of disease cases anywhere. Clustering of the disease shows its relation with space.

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Many methods are used for this purpose such as spatial clustering. This is defined as aggregation of disease cases anywhere. Clustering of the disease shows its relation with space. 25 TL. Monitoring infectious diseases is essential for detecting outbreaks that demand public health response and control measures.Many methods are used for this purpose such as spatial clustering.

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non-communicable diseases, the spatial pattern (clustering, dispersion or randomly distrib- uted) generally shows a clear trend, while for complex health indicators such as life expectance the elimination of the epidemics of AIDS, tuberculosis, and other infectious diseases by 2030 [1]. Respiratory infectious diseases (RIDs) refer to a number of infectious diseases involving the respiratory tract [2]. Most of them spread through droplets and short-distance contact, and the herd is generally susceptible [3]. In 2016, lower and