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Li, S.M. and Luo, N. (2007) Infectious Diseases Surveillance among Entry-Exit Personnels at Panyu Port. Chinese Frontier Health Quarantine, 30, 20-23.

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  • TITLE: The Frequency of Infectious Diseases in Manzhouli Port from 2012 to 2014

    AUTHORS: Kepeng Xin, Xuesong Chen, Hua Deng, Yi Li, Qihui Zhang, Muzi Jin, Yun Li, Juan Sun

    KEYWORDS: Infectious Disease, Detection Rate, Entry/Exit Screening, Occupation, Manzhouli Port

    JOURNAL NAME: Advances in Infectious Diseases, Vol.6 No.1, March 9, 2016

    ABSTRACT: The aim of this study was to determine the frequency of infectious diseases among people entering/exiting via Manzhouli port. We analyzed infectious disease data from the Manzhouli International Travel Health care Center covering 2012 through 2014, as well as performed several laboratory tests to measure rates of infection. The frequencies of infectious diseases as well as their association with occupation and year of occurrence were calculated for people entering and exiting via the port. The total proportion of infectious diseases measured was 2.18%. Hepatitis B was the most commonly occurring at 1.68%, followed by syphilis, hepatits C and HIV, which were 0.23%, 0.21% and 0.04%, respectively. Contract workers, traffic staff, foreigners and those married abroad were more likely to be infected. Furthermore, there were significant differences among three years. Strategies should be developed and preventive policies should be implemented aimed at protecting the at risk populations at Manzhouli port, especially with regard to contract workers, traffic staff, foreigners and those married abroad.