Manuals:Active Surveillance

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Active Surveillance

Summary

Laboratory-based surveillance
SLAB [program ID] ([species] [number of animals]...) [location] {lab ID}
Field-based observation surveillance
SLAP [program ID] ([species] [total positive] [total negative]...) [location]

Active Surveillance report

Laboratory-based surveillance
SLAB [program ID] ([species] [number of animals]...) [location] {lab ID}
  • This Lab-based active surveillance report always starts with SLAB.
  • Surveillance program ID is created by iSIKHNAS during the planning phase of the activity via the iSIKHNAS website. This will be provided to you by your coordinator.
  • Use KODE SP to find the species code from the species code list.
  • Number of animals of this species sampled.
    • Sequence may be repeated for multiple species.
  • Use CKL [name of location] to find the location code where activity takes place.
  • Optional: Lab ID code where the specimens will be sent. Use CKI LAB [location code] to find the Lab ID codes in your area.


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Field-based observation surveillance

NOTE: This tool is extremely useful in certain circumstances where clinical signs are easily observed and need to be reported (for example, in a priority disease investigation) but in reality this tool will be rarely used.

SLAP [program ID] ([species] [total positive] [total negative]...) [location]
  • This field based surveillance report always starts with SLAP
  • Surveillance program ID is created by iSIKHNAS during the planning phase of the activity via the iSIKHNAS website. This will be provided to you by your coordinator.
  • Species code. Use KODE SP to find the species code from the species code list.
  • Total number of animals with the observable sign
  • Total number of animals without the observable sign
    • Sequence may be repeated for multiple species.
  • Location code to the desa level where these observations were made. Use CKL [name of location] to find the location code where activity takes place.

Code Lists

Laboratory Codes

Species Codes