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সর্ব-শেষ হাল-নাগাদ: ২২nd জানুয়ারি ২০২৩


IEDCR and icddr,b jointly started Hospital-Based Rotavirus and Intussusception Surveillance (HBRIS) since 2012 for both rotavirus and intussusception with technical support from US-CDC. With the support of WHO, IEDCR take over HBRIS (as per the transitional plan) in 2019. The objectives of the surveillances are to describe the frequency of rotavirus-associated hospitalizations, to identify the circulating strains among children < 5 years of age, to estimate the frequency of intussusception-related hospitalizations among children < 2 years across the country, to estimate rates and ratio) the reduction in rotavirus infected hospitalizations after vaccine introduction throughout Bangladesh, to identify changes in strain diversity after vaccine introduction and to detect any increase in patients seeking care for intussusceptions after vaccine introduction in Bangladesh. According to case definition data and samples are collected from the hospitals and sent to central level for analysis and laboratory test on a periodic basis. The results will be shared with all the study collaborators and stakeholders.

​'​ Hospital-Based Surveillance for Rotavirus Gastroenteritis among Young Children in Bangladesh: Defining the Potential Impact of a Rotavirus Vaccine Program​'​ Pediatr Infect Dis J. 2016 Oct 25. [Epub ahead of print] PMID: 27798545

Epidemiology of childhood intussusception in Bangladesh: Findings from an active national hospital based surveillance system, 2012–2016

Rota Surveillance Monitoring System

Previous Reports of Rota Surveillance