Dengue fever is a global concern - we urge the United Nations to designate a World Dengue Day at its General Assembly in September 2019
Burden of disease in Brazil, 1990–2016: a systematic subnational analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2016by GBD 2016 Brazil Collaborators published in The Lancet
Oral Antibiotic Treatment of Mice Exacerbates the Disease Severity of Multiple Flavivirus Infectionsby Thackray LB et al.
Treatment with antibiotics depletes the gut microbiota in mice, making them more susceptible to infection by dengue, zika and west nile virus.
Dengue is a mosquito-borne disease that threatens over half of the world’s population. Despite being endemic to more than 100 countries, government-led efforts and tools for timely identification and tracking of new infections are still lacking in many affected areas. Multiple methodologies that leverage the use of Internet-based data sources have been proposed as a way to complement dengue surveillance efforts. Among these, dengue-related Google search trends have been shown to correlate with dengue activity. We extend a methodological framework, initially proposed and validated for flu surveillance, to produce near real-time estimates of dengue cases in five countries/states: Mexico, Brazil, Thailand, Singapore and Taiwan. Our result shows that our modeling framework can be used to improve the tracking of dengue activity in multiple locations around the world.
The number of publications about dengue fever has grown strongly since 1960 reflecting strong growth in the number of global cases.
World Health Organization (WHO) recommendations on the use of dengue vaccine
Dengue vaccination would be cost-effective in Brazil even with a relatively low vaccine efficacy in seronegative individuals
São João del Rei has recorded another death from dengue fever - the second in 2016 so far.
Epidemiological bulletin showed the increase in the number of reported cases of dengue in Uberlândia. There were 1,862 new cases in three months.
Lessons learned in health communication and risk management of Chikungunya virus and other vector-born diseasesby Jair Vega et al.
Review of articles on communication strategies for vector-borne diseases
Outwitting dengue threat and epidemics resurgence in Asia-Pacific countries: strengthening integrated dengue surveillance, monitoring and response systemsby Tambo E et al.
Strengthening integrated dengue surveillance, monitoring and response systems
Evaluation of NS1 Antigen Detection for Early Diagnosis of Dengue in a Tertiary Hospital in Southern Indiaby Anand AM et al.
Evaluation of NS1 antigen assay as an alternative to RT-PCR for the early diagnosis of dengue
The Use of a Dengue Rapid Diagnostic Test During Suspected Dengue Outbreaks in Resource Limited Regionsby Hunsperger EA et al.
Evaluation of rapid diagnostic test for dengue virus
Analysis of potential dengue vaccine impact in Yucatán Mexico.
A study of dengue and yellow fever viruses in mosquitoes in Zaria, Nigeria
The growth of slums in the developing world's rapidly expanding cities is creating new opportunities for infectious disease to flourish and spread.
Estimating the public health importance of the CYD-tetravalent dengue vaccine: Vaccine preventable disease incidence and numbers needed to vaccinateby Bradford D. Gessner, Annelies Wilder-Smith
Vaccine efficacy alone is inadequate to capture the public health importance of vaccines.
Laboratory systems and diagnostic technologies are a critical pillar in the fight against malaria. The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends diagnostic testing for all people with suspected malaria before treatment is administered.