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Persons Living With Primary Immunodeficiency Act as Citizen Scientists and Launch Prospective Cohort Body Temperature Study

Persons Living With Primary Immunodeficiency Act as Citizen Scientists and Launch Prospective Cohort Body Temperature Study

Fever is often considered the first sign of infection. Some, but not all, patients with PI can be deficient in generating cytokine responses that may also contribute to pyrogen release and fever response [5].

Shouling Zhang, Tiffany S Henderson, Christopher Scalchunes, Kathleen E Sullivan, Artemio M. Jongco III

J Participat Med 2020;12(4):e22297


Exploring Fever of Unknown Origin Intelligent Diagnosis Based on Clinical Data: Model Development and Validation

Exploring Fever of Unknown Origin Intelligent Diagnosis Based on Clinical Data: Model Development and Validation

There are usually 3 characteristics: (1) prolonged fever for more than 3 weeks, (2) recurrent fever with a temperature higher than 38.3℃, and (3) undiagnosed fever after a 1-week inpatient investigation [6,7].

Huizhen Jiang, Yuanjie Li, Xuejun Zeng, Na Xu, Congpu Zhao, Jing Zhang, Weiguo Zhu

JMIR Med Inform 2020;8(11):e24375


Syndromic Surveillance of Communicable Diseases in Mobile Clinics During the Arbaeenia Mass Gathering in Wassit Governorate, Iraq, in 2014: Cross-Sectional Study

Syndromic Surveillance of Communicable Diseases in Mobile Clinics During the Arbaeenia Mass Gathering in Wassit Governorate, Iraq, in 2014: Cross-Sectional Study

Six communicable disease syndromes were selected: acute watery diarrhea, bloody diarrhea, fever and cough, vomiting with or without diarrhea, fever and bleeding tendency, and fever and rash.A short form was developed to gather data from all patients who attended

Faris Lami, Wejdan Asi, Adnan Khistawi, Iman Jawad

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2019;5(4):e10920


Correction: Postvaccination Fever Response Rates in Children Derived Using the Fever Coach Mobile App: A Retrospective Observational Study

Correction: Postvaccination Fever Response Rates in Children Derived Using the Fever Coach Mobile App: A Retrospective Observational Study

The authors of “Postvaccination Fever Response Rates in Children Derived Using the Fever Coach Mobile App: A Retrospective Observational Study” (JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(4):e12223) identified an error in the Acknowledgements section.In the first part of

Sang Hyun Ahn, Jooho Zhiang, Hyery Kim, Seyun Chang, Jaewon Shin, Myeongchan Kim, Yura Lee, Jae-Ho Lee, Yu Rang Park

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(5):e18921


Considerations for an Access-Centered Design of the Fever Thermometer in Low-Resource Settings: A Literature Review

Considerations for an Access-Centered Design of the Fever Thermometer in Low-Resource Settings: A Literature Review

Fever is more likely to be assessed by tactile measurement (ie, placing the palm or back of the hand on the forehead) than with a fever thermometer and the changes of fever over time are observed by patients or parents of child patients [31].

Rikako Iwamoto, Ana Laura Rodrigues Santos, Niels Chavannes, Ria Reis, Jan Carel Diehl

JMIR Hum Factors 2017;4(1):e3


A Syndrome-Based Surveillance System for Infectious Diseases Among Asylum Seekers in Austrian Reception Centers, 2015-2018: Analysis of Reported Data

A Syndrome-Based Surveillance System for Infectious Diseases Among Asylum Seekers in Austrian Reception Centers, 2015-2018: Analysis of Reported Data

The syndromes were rash with fever; rash without fever; suspected acute upper respiratory tract infection (URTI); suspected acute lower respiratory tract infection (LRTI); meningitis or encephalitis; fever and bleeding; non–bloody gastroenteritis or watery

Ziad El-Khatib, Karin Taus, Lukas Richter, Franz Allerberger, Daniela Schmid

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2019;5(1):e11465