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Volume 10, Number 7—July 2004

Research

Collecting Data To Assess SARS Interventions

R. Douglas Scott*Comments to Author , Edward Gregg*, and Martin I. Meltzer*
Author affiliations: *Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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Figure 1

Schematic of table illustrating the epidemiologic data needed to evaluate impact of SARS and interventions: data relating to exposures and date of onset of symptoms. Data entry columns allow for multiple exposures and can expand as needed. Suggestions for coding the data for this table are given in Table A1. Note: to download this table for use, see PDF version.

Figure 1. . Schematic of table illustrating the epidemiologic data needed to evaluate impact of SARS and interventions: data relating to exposures and date of onset of symptoms. Data entry columns allow for multiple exposures and can expand as needed. Suggestions for coding the data for this table are given in Table A1. Note: to download this table for use, see PDF version.

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