Month: April 2017

FluView-ILI & SARI Surveillance Report for Week 15, 2017

The predominant Influenza strains that circulated in this week were Influenza A/H3. However, overall incidence of Influenza-like-illness (ILI) and Severe Acute Respiratory Infection (SARI) were 34/ 1000 outpatient visits and 6/ 100 hospitalized patients respectively. The highest cases of ILI were reported from Paro hospital while SARI from Trongsa hospital, Thimphu. ReadFull

This was posted on Saturday, April 22nd, 2017 By in Report , .

FluView-ILI & SARI Surveillance Report for Week 14, 2017

No Influenza viruses were detected from both ILI and SARI samples for the week. Overall proportion of Influenza-like-illness (ILI) and Severe Acute Respiratory Infection (SARI) were 38/ 1000 outpatient visits and 9/ 100 hospitalized patients respectively and the highest cases of ILI was reported at Paro hospital while Samtse and Phuntsholing hospital reported highest SARI… [Read more]

This was posted on Tuesday, April 18th, 2017 By in Report , .

FluView-ILI & SARI Surveillance Report for Week 13, 2017

The predominant Influenza strains that circulated in this week were Influenza A/H3. However, overall incidence of Influenza-like-illness (ILI) and Severe Acute Respiratory Infection (SARI) were 48/ 1000 outpatient visits and 6/ 100 hospitalized patients respectively. The highest cases of ILI were reported from Samtse hospital while SARI from JDWNRH, Thimphu. ReadFull

This was posted on Tuesday, April 11th, 2017 By in Report , .

Training of Health Professionals on National Early Warning, Alert and Response Surveillance (NEWARS) Guideline and Web-SMS Integrated Reporting System at Trongsa

Royal Centrd for Disease Control has conducted three days training on National Early Warning, Alert and Response Surveillance (NEWARS) Guideline and Web-SMS Integrated Reporting System for Health workers from Trongsa and Zhemgang Dzongkhag from 3rd April 2017. The training was conducted to report and manage surveillance data.

This was posted on Friday, April 7th, 2017 By in Featured, News .

Training of Health Professionals on National Early Warning, Alert and Response Surveillance (NEWARS) Guideline and Web-SMS Integrated Reporting System at Lobesa

Royal Centre for Disease Control has conducted three days training on National Early Warning, Alert and Response Surveillance (NEWARS) Guideline and Web-SMS Integrated Reporting System for Health workers from Haa, Gasa, Punakha and Wangdue Dzongkhag from 25th March 2017. The training was conducted to report and manage surveillance data.

This was posted on Friday, April 7th, 2017 By in Featured, News .