Background: Bordetella pertussis infection remains a public health problem in several developed and developing we describe the epidemiological syndrome cases subsystem special surveillance of whooping cough from to at a population with social security. Methods: We obtained special cases subsystem Pertussis surveillance of Univariate analysis was made of rates, ratios and proportions. Wilson was determined test for proportions to an alpha of 0. Results: We appreciate epidemic cycles every three to five years, the average baseline incidence, excluding epidemic years, 0.
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Publication date Print : December Keywords: pertussis-like syndrome , whooping cough , Bordetella pertussis , sindrome coqueluchoide , tos ferina , Bordetella pertussis. Pertussis-like syndrome, a clinical picture similar to whooping cough, is one of the most common lower respiratory syndromes in the pediatric practice in recent years. Whooping cough continues to be one of the oldest preventable diseases in infants, which still causes significant outbreaks mainly in children, but also in adolescents and adults.
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