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A Comparison of Chief Complaints and Emergency Department Reports for Identifying Patients with Acute Lower Respiratory Syndrome

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Abstract

Automated syndromic surveillance systems often classify patients into syndromic categories based on free-text chief complaints. Chief complaints (CC) demonstrate low to moderate sensitivity in identify-ing syndromic cases. Emergency Department (ED) reports promise more detailed clinical information that may increase sensitivity of detection.
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hal-00643495 , version 1 (22-11-2011)

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Wendy Chapman, John Dowling, Gregory F Cooper, Milos Hauskrecht, Michal Valko. A Comparison of Chief Complaints and Emergency Department Reports for Identifying Patients with Acute Lower Respiratory Syndrome. International Society for Disease Surveillance, Oct 2006, Baltimore, United States. ⟨hal-00643495⟩
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