interepidemic

interepidemic

(ˌɪntərˌɛpɪˈdɛmɪk)
adj
occurring between two epidemics
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albopictus female mosquitoes to their eggs that may have served as an interepidemic reservoir between outbreaks in successive years in Pakistan.
Extinction and Rapid Emergence of Strains of Dengue 3 Virus during an Interepidemic Period.
Because it is difficult to convince livestock owners and veterinary authorities to vaccinate livestock during protracted interepidemic periods, attempts have been made to provide early warning of impending outbreaks through remote sensing of climate patterns conducive to large-scale emergence of vectors (13,14).
12] However, during 2009-2010, Namibia was one of several countries in southern Africa that experienced measles outbreaks following prolonged interepidemic periods.
During this interepidemic period, many entomological WNV surveillance pro grams in the region were eliminated or had limited activities due to an additive impact of low WNV activities and global economic hardship.
This is a prospective observational study in interepidemic period of pertussis.
Spatial dimensions of dengue virus transmission across interepidemic and epidemic periods in Iquitos, Peru (1999-2003).
It is well known that increase in the total incidence of syphilis is caused by increase in the incidence of manifest forms of early syphilis and, conversely, the proportion of latent and late syphilis in the structure of syphilis increases in interepidemic period.
It will do this by mounting interepidemic ( peace time ) patient oriented clinical trials in children and in adults, investigations of the pathogenesis of relevant infectious diseases and facilitate the development of sophisticated state-of-the-art near-patient diagnostics.
Ethology of interepidemic periods of mosquito-borne disease.
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