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Volume 13, Number 10—October 2007

Research

SurvNet Electronic Surveillance System for Infectious Disease Outbreaks, Germany

Gérard Krause*Comments to Author , Doris Altmann*, Daniel Faensen*, Klaudia Porten*1, Justus Benzler*, Thomas Pfoch, Andrea Ammon*2, Michael H. Kramer‡, and Hermann Claus*
Author affiliations: *Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany; †Picoware GmbH, Berlin, Germany; ‡Ministry of Health, Berlin, Germany;

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Appendix Figure

Screen shot of outbreak report in SurvNet. 1) List of smaller outbreaks forming part of the meta outbreak; 2) number of cases in each outbreak; 3) geographic setting; 4) evidence categories by which a food product (here meat) was found to be associated with the outbreak (here by detection of identical pathogen in food and patient); and 5) additional description of outbreak.

Appendix Figure. Screen shot of outbreak report in SurvNet. 1) List of smaller outbreaks forming part of the meta outbreak; 2) number of cases in each outbreak; 3) geographic setting; 4) evidence categories by which a food product (here meat) was found to be associated with the outbreak (here by detection of identical pathogen in food and patient); and 5) additional description of outbreak.

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1Current affiliation: Epicentre, Geneva, Switzerland

2Current affiliation: European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, Stockholm, Sweden

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