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The Danish Microbiology Database (MiBa) 2010 to 2013

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  1. Surveillance of OXA-244-producing Escherichia coli and epidemiologic investigation of cases, Denmark, January 2016 to August 2019

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  2. Current practices for respiratory syncytial virus surveillance across the EU/EEA Member States, 2017

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  3. A case of reassortant seasonal influenza A(H1N2) virus, Denmark, April 2019

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  1. Characteristics of patients with COVID-19 pneumonia at Hvidovre Hospital, March-April 2020

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  2. Antibiotic resistance patterns of Escherichia coli in migrants vs non-migrants: a study of 14,561 urine samples

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  3. Community-acquired meningitis caused by beta-haemolytic streptococci in adults: a nationwide population-based cohort study

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  4. Prevalence of infective endocarditis in patients with positive blood cultures: a Danish nationwide study

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The Danish Microbiology Database (MiBa) is a national database that receives copies of reports from all Danish departments of clinical microbiology. The database was launched in order to provide healthcare personnel with nationwide access to microbiology reports and to enable real-time surveillance of communicable diseases and microorganisms. The establishment and management of MiBa has been a collaborative process among stakeholders, and the present paper summarises lessons learned from this nationwide endeavour which may be relevant to similar projects in the rapidly changing landscape of health informatics.

Original languageEnglish
JournalEurosurveillance (Online Edition)
Volume19
Issue number1
ISSN1560-7917
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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  • Communicable Diseases, Databases, Factual, Denmark, Disease Notification, Humans, Information Dissemination, Medical Records Systems, Computerized, Microbiology, Population Surveillance

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