Economic and disease burden of dengue in Southeast Asia

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diphtheria 1 infectiousdiseases
malaria 1 infectiousdiseases
schistosomiasis 1 infectiousdiseases
trachoma 1 infectiousdiseases
trichuriasis 2 infectiousdiseases
infectious disease 3 infectiousdiseases
leprosy 2 infectiousdiseases
poliomyelitis 2 infectiousdiseases
Japanese encephalitis 4 infectiousdiseases
ascariasis 2 infectiousdiseases
dengue fever 3 infectiousdiseases
dengue hemorrhagic fever 3 infectiousdiseases
hepatitis B 4 infectiousdiseases

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Japanese encephalitis 1996 million inhabitants in the region. This burden is higher than that of 17 other conditions, including Japanese encephalitis , upper respiratory infections, and hepatitis B.SummaryAuthor SummaryDengue fever, or break bone fever,
Japanese encephalitis 2979 life years (DALYs) per million inhabitants, a rate higher than that of 17 other conditions, including Japanese encephalitis , upper respiratory infections, and hepatitis B.IntroductionDengue fever is among the most important
Japanese encephalitis 32361 the 39 health conditions in SEA and the Western Pacific combined, including poliomyelitis (1 per m), Japanese encephalitis (199 per m), otitis media (219 per m), upper respiratory infections (222 per m), hepatitis B (349 per
Japanese encephalitis 39579 population of dengue (372 per million) exceeds that of other diseases of public health importance including Japanese encephalitis , upper respiratory infections, and hepatitis B, and other neglected tropical diseases such as ascariasis,
ascariasis 32706 per m), leprosy (38 per m), trachoma (149 per m), trichuriasis (188 per m), hookworm (191 per m), and ascariasis (209 per m). Dengue ranks just under leishmaniasis (386 per m) and malaria (443 per m) [57].DiscussionOur
ascariasis 39695 encephalitis, upper respiratory infections, and hepatitis B, and other neglected tropical diseases such as ascariasis , trichuriasis, or hookworm for the combined WHO regions containing SEA.These results have some limitations
dengue fever 7745 reported is correlated to the total cases. However, there is substantial underreporting of symptomatic dengue fever in SEA, and official statistics commonly underestimate case rates [7], [36].Estimating the total number
dengue fever 9691 of these articles and identified 11 articles that explicitly reported data on the economic costs per dengue fever episode, or included the necessary information to estimate them [2], [15], [23], [24], [37]–[43].
dengue fever 24188 distribution of severity of cases corresponds to that reported by Tien et al. [69] (inpatient: 13% dengue fever (DF), 87% dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF) & dengue shock syndrome (DSS); outpatient: 100% DF), and (iii)
dengue hemorrhagic fever 12606 Another study based on Viet Nam also provided detailed data on dengue; however, it was restricted only to dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF) cases in children <15 years from a single hospital [43].The costs for Malaysia were estimated
dengue hemorrhagic fever 24211 severity of cases corresponds to that reported by Tien et al. [69] (inpatient: 13% dengue fever (DF), 87% dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF) & dengue shock syndrome (DSS); outpatient: 100% DF), and (iii) that the distribution of cases
dengue hemorrhagic fever 37729 disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) were extrapolated to 2010 based on population.bDALY estimates only include dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF) episodes.cThe economic and disease burden estimates correspond to Carrasco et al.'s estimates
diphtheria 39404 in SEA alone is higher than that of the worldwide disease burden (DALYs) of poliomyelitis (34,000), diphtheria (174,000), or leprosy (194,000) [57]. The DALY rate per population of dengue (372 per million) exceeds
hepatitis B 2053 than that of 17 other conditions, including Japanese encephalitis, upper respiratory infections, and hepatitis B .SummaryAuthor SummaryDengue fever, or break bone fever, is the most common infectious disease transmitted
hepatitis B 3036 than that of 17 other conditions, including Japanese encephalitis, upper respiratory infections, and hepatitis B .IntroductionDengue fever is among the most important infectious diseases in tropical and subtropical
hepatitis B 32464 Japanese encephalitis (199 per m), otitis media (219 per m), upper respiratory infections (222 per m), hepatitis B (349 per m). Compared to other neglected tropical diseases in this combined region, dengue ranks higher
hepatitis B 39636 diseases of public health importance including Japanese encephalitis, upper respiratory infections, and hepatitis B , and other neglected tropical diseases such as ascariasis, trichuriasis, or hookworm for the combined
infectious disease 2140 infections, and hepatitis B.SummaryAuthor SummaryDengue fever, or break bone fever, is the most common infectious disease transmitted by a mosquito, and is a major economic and disease burden in endemic countries. Between
infectious disease 3101 upper respiratory infections, and hepatitis B.IntroductionDengue fever is among the most important infectious disease s in tropical and subtropical regions of the world, and represents a significant economic and disease
infectious disease 7175 of the total DALY burden per cases is also required.Total number of dengue casesBecause dengue is an infectious disease , there is considerable annual variability in the number of dengue cases. We used the average officially
leprosy 32612 neglected tropical diseases in this combined region, dengue ranks higher than schistosomiasis (4 per m), leprosy (38 per m), trachoma (149 per m), trichuriasis (188 per m), hookworm (191 per m), and ascariasis (209
leprosy 39429 than that of the worldwide disease burden (DALYs) of poliomyelitis (34,000), diphtheria (174,000), or leprosy (194,000) [57]. The DALY rate per population of dengue (372 per million) exceeds that of other diseases
malaria 32784 hookworm (191 per m), and ascariasis (209 per m). Dengue ranks just under leishmaniasis (386 per m) and malaria (443 per m) [57].DiscussionOur results show that dengue represents a substantial economic and disease
poliomyelitis 32336 higher than that of 17 of the 39 health conditions in SEA and the Western Pacific combined, including poliomyelitis (1 per m), Japanese encephalitis (199 per m), otitis media (219 per m), upper respiratory infections
poliomyelitis 39380 burden of 214,000 DALYs in SEA alone is higher than that of the worldwide disease burden (DALYs) of poliomyelitis (34,000), diphtheria (174,000), or leprosy (194,000) [57]. The DALY rate per population of dengue (372
schistosomiasis 32585 m). Compared to other neglected tropical diseases in this combined region, dengue ranks higher than schistosomiasis (4 per m), leprosy (38 per m), trachoma (149 per m), trichuriasis (188 per m), hookworm (191 per m),
trachoma 32632 diseases in this combined region, dengue ranks higher than schistosomiasis (4 per m), leprosy (38 per m), trachoma (149 per m), trichuriasis (188 per m), hookworm (191 per m), and ascariasis (209 per m). Dengue ranks
trichuriasis 32654 region, dengue ranks higher than schistosomiasis (4 per m), leprosy (38 per m), trachoma (149 per m), trichuriasis (188 per m), hookworm (191 per m), and ascariasis (209 per m). Dengue ranks just under leishmaniasis
trichuriasis 39707 respiratory infections, and hepatitis B, and other neglected tropical diseases such as ascariasis, trichuriasis , or hookworm for the combined WHO regions containing SEA.These results have some limitations and areas

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