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Table 5 Sensitivity analysis of score of IDSR adequacy by modifying the numerical values of the item calculated codes of the 15 weekly reported diseases by the IDSR in DRC

From: The score of integrated disease surveillance and response adequacy (SIA): a pragmatic score for comparing weekly reported diseases based on a systematic review

Ty. Disease Score Modifying the numerical values of the item codes **
CC1 CC2 CC3 CC4 CC5
I Cholera 19* 17 23 27 12 32
Measles 16 15 20 24 11 29
BD 14 12 # 17 # 20 # 9^ 22 #
HF 14 12 # 16 # 18 # 11^ 22 #
II NT 12 11 15 20^ 8 21
MPX 12 11 13^ 18 8 21
AFP 11 10 15 14 9^ 19
Pertussis 10 10 13 18^ 8 20^
Plague 10 10 12 17^ 7 20^
MNG 10 9 11 14 7 17
ARI 9 9 10 # 16^ 7 18^
YF 8 7 # 8 # 13 # 4 # 13 #
III Malaria 7 7 9^ 11 6^ 14^
TF 5 5 6 9 4 10
Rabies 4 4 5 7 3 8
  1. AFP Acute flaccid paralysis, ARI Acute respiratory infections, BD Bloody diarrhoea, Cont. Contagiousness, DLN Disease Local Name, DRT Death rate (%) without Treatment, HF Hemorrhagic fevers, IFR internationally funded research, IP Incubation period, MNG Meningitis, MPX Monkeypox, NER Number of epidemics reported each year during the last five years, NIEP National/International eradication programs, NT Neonatal tetanus, OD Onset disease, PAE Proportion of health zones affected by epidemics of each of the 15 diseases (%), PPV Positive predictive value, SAP symptoms in the acute phase, Response Response Characteristic, TF Typhoid fever, TR Timely Response, YF Yellow fever
  2. a * All values in the colons refer to the Table 3
  3. b ** see Table 2
  4. c Type I: SIA > = 14; Type II: SIA = 8–13; Type III: SIA < 8
  5. d ^, Number in bold denote SIA value that changes the rank of the disease in the same type
  6. e #, Number in bold denote SIA value that changes the type of disease