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TableĀ 1 The seven syndromes under surveillance in the 41st exposition, Pudong New Area, Shanghai City, China, 2010

From: SCM: a practical tool to implement hospital-based syndromic surveillance

Syndrome Typical symptoms
Acute respiratory syndrome Fever with at least one of the following: cough, sputum, hemoptysis, chest pain, breathing difficulties
Acute gastrointestinal syndrome Fever with at least one of the following: vomiting, diarrhea, pus/mucus in stool
Rash with fever Fever with at least one of the following: herpes, maculopapular rash
Neurological syndrome Fever with at least one of the following: headache, projectile vomiting, shock, altered consciousness, sudden body pain
Hemorrhagic fever Fever with at least one of the following: skin or mucous congestion, petechiae, bleeding, bloody stool
Botulism-like syndrome At least one of the following: sudden blurred vision, dysphagia
Acute viral hepatitis At least one of the following: hepatosplenomegaly, acute jaundice, lymphadenopathy