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Chengdong Xu – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • spatiotemporal risk of Bacillary Dysentery and sensitivity to meteorological factors in hunan province china
    International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2017
    Co-Authors: Chengdong Xu, Gexin Xiao, Jinfeng Wang, Xiangxue Zhang, Jinjun Liang

    Abstract:

    Bacillary Dysentery remains a public health concern in the world. Hunan Province is one of the provinces having the highest risk of Bacillary Dysentery in China, however, the spatial-temporal distribution, variation of Bacillary Dysentery and sensitivity to meteorological factors in there are unclear. In this paper, a Bayesian space-time hierarchical model (BSTHM) was used to detect space-time variation, and effects of meteorological factors between 2010 and 2015. The risk of Bacillary Dysentery showed apparent spatial-temporal heterogeneity. The highest risk occurred in the summer season. Economically undeveloped mountainous areas in the west and south of the province had the highest incidence rates. Twenty three (18.9%) and 20 (16.4%) counties were identified as hot and cold spots, respectively. Among the hotspots, 11 counties (47.8%) exhibited a rapidly decreasing trend, suggesting they may become low-risk areas in the future. Of the cold spot counties, six (30%) showed a slowly decreasing trend, and may have a higher risk in the future. Among meteorological factors, air temperature, relative humidity, and wind speed all played a significant role in the spatial-temporal distribution of Bacillary Dysentery risk. These findings can contribute to the implementation of an early warning system for controlling and preventing Bacillary Dysentery.

  • spatial temporal detection of risk factors for Bacillary Dysentery in beijing tianjin and hebei china
    BMC Public Health, 2017
    Co-Authors: Chengdong Xu, Jinfeng Wang, Yuanyuan Li, Gexin Xiao

    Abstract:

    Background
    Bacillary Dysentery is the third leading notifiable disease and remains a major public health concern in China. The Beijing–Tianjin–Hebei urban region is the biggest urban agglomeration in northern China, and it is one of the areas in the country that is most heavily infected with Bacillary Dysentery. The objective of the study was to analyze the spatial-temporal pattern and to determine any contributory risk factors on the Bacillary Dysentery.

  • spatial temporal pattern and risk factor analysis of Bacillary Dysentery in the beijing tianjin tangshan urban region of china
    BMC Public Health, 2014
    Co-Authors: Gexin Xiao, Chengdong Xu, Jinfeng Wang, Li Wang, Dongyang Yang

    Abstract:

    Background
    Bacillary Dysentery remains a major public health concern in China. The Beijing–Tianjin–Tangshan urban region is one of the most heavily infected areas in the country. This study aimed to analyze epidemiological features of Bacillary Dysentery, detect spatial-temporal clusters of the disease, and analyze risk factors that may affect Bacillary Dysentery incidence in the region.

Gexin Xiao – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • spatiotemporal risk of Bacillary Dysentery and sensitivity to meteorological factors in hunan province china
    International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2017
    Co-Authors: Chengdong Xu, Gexin Xiao, Jinfeng Wang, Xiangxue Zhang, Jinjun Liang

    Abstract:

    Bacillary Dysentery remains a public health concern in the world. Hunan Province is one of the provinces having the highest risk of Bacillary Dysentery in China, however, the spatial-temporal distribution, variation of Bacillary Dysentery and sensitivity to meteorological factors in there are unclear. In this paper, a Bayesian space-time hierarchical model (BSTHM) was used to detect space-time variation, and effects of meteorological factors between 2010 and 2015. The risk of Bacillary Dysentery showed apparent spatial-temporal heterogeneity. The highest risk occurred in the summer season. Economically undeveloped mountainous areas in the west and south of the province had the highest incidence rates. Twenty three (18.9%) and 20 (16.4%) counties were identified as hot and cold spots, respectively. Among the hotspots, 11 counties (47.8%) exhibited a rapidly decreasing trend, suggesting they may become low-risk areas in the future. Of the cold spot counties, six (30%) showed a slowly decreasing trend, and may have a higher risk in the future. Among meteorological factors, air temperature, relative humidity, and wind speed all played a significant role in the spatial-temporal distribution of Bacillary Dysentery risk. These findings can contribute to the implementation of an early warning system for controlling and preventing Bacillary Dysentery.

  • spatial temporal detection of risk factors for Bacillary Dysentery in beijing tianjin and hebei china
    BMC Public Health, 2017
    Co-Authors: Chengdong Xu, Jinfeng Wang, Yuanyuan Li, Gexin Xiao

    Abstract:

    Background
    Bacillary Dysentery is the third leading notifiable disease and remains a major public health concern in China. The Beijing–Tianjin–Hebei urban region is the biggest urban agglomeration in northern China, and it is one of the areas in the country that is most heavily infected with Bacillary Dysentery. The objective of the study was to analyze the spatial-temporal pattern and to determine any contributory risk factors on the Bacillary Dysentery.

  • spatial temporal pattern and risk factor analysis of Bacillary Dysentery in the beijing tianjin tangshan urban region of china
    BMC Public Health, 2014
    Co-Authors: Gexin Xiao, Chengdong Xu, Jinfeng Wang, Li Wang, Dongyang Yang

    Abstract:

    Background
    Bacillary Dysentery remains a major public health concern in China. The Beijing–Tianjin–Tangshan urban region is one of the most heavily infected areas in the country. This study aimed to analyze epidemiological features of Bacillary Dysentery, detect spatial-temporal clusters of the disease, and analyze risk factors that may affect Bacillary Dysentery incidence in the region.

Jinfeng Wang – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • spatiotemporal risk of Bacillary Dysentery and sensitivity to meteorological factors in hunan province china
    International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2017
    Co-Authors: Chengdong Xu, Gexin Xiao, Jinfeng Wang, Xiangxue Zhang, Jinjun Liang

    Abstract:

    Bacillary Dysentery remains a public health concern in the world. Hunan Province is one of the provinces having the highest risk of Bacillary Dysentery in China, however, the spatial-temporal distribution, variation of Bacillary Dysentery and sensitivity to meteorological factors in there are unclear. In this paper, a Bayesian space-time hierarchical model (BSTHM) was used to detect space-time variation, and effects of meteorological factors between 2010 and 2015. The risk of Bacillary Dysentery showed apparent spatial-temporal heterogeneity. The highest risk occurred in the summer season. Economically undeveloped mountainous areas in the west and south of the province had the highest incidence rates. Twenty three (18.9%) and 20 (16.4%) counties were identified as hot and cold spots, respectively. Among the hotspots, 11 counties (47.8%) exhibited a rapidly decreasing trend, suggesting they may become low-risk areas in the future. Of the cold spot counties, six (30%) showed a slowly decreasing trend, and may have a higher risk in the future. Among meteorological factors, air temperature, relative humidity, and wind speed all played a significant role in the spatial-temporal distribution of Bacillary Dysentery risk. These findings can contribute to the implementation of an early warning system for controlling and preventing Bacillary Dysentery.

  • spatial temporal detection of risk factors for Bacillary Dysentery in beijing tianjin and hebei china
    BMC Public Health, 2017
    Co-Authors: Chengdong Xu, Jinfeng Wang, Yuanyuan Li, Gexin Xiao

    Abstract:

    Background
    Bacillary Dysentery is the third leading notifiable disease and remains a major public health concern in China. The Beijing–Tianjin–Hebei urban region is the biggest urban agglomeration in northern China, and it is one of the areas in the country that is most heavily infected with Bacillary Dysentery. The objective of the study was to analyze the spatial-temporal pattern and to determine any contributory risk factors on the Bacillary Dysentery.

  • spatial temporal pattern and risk factor analysis of Bacillary Dysentery in the beijing tianjin tangshan urban region of china
    BMC Public Health, 2014
    Co-Authors: Gexin Xiao, Chengdong Xu, Jinfeng Wang, Li Wang, Dongyang Yang

    Abstract:

    Background
    Bacillary Dysentery remains a major public health concern in China. The Beijing–Tianjin–Tangshan urban region is one of the most heavily infected areas in the country. This study aimed to analyze epidemiological features of Bacillary Dysentery, detect spatial-temporal clusters of the disease, and analyze risk factors that may affect Bacillary Dysentery incidence in the region.