|Properties of the syndromic surveillance data sets|
|Geographical specification of the data source|
|Abbreviation of the data source||Data source||Country||Region||City/District||Population served (approx.)||Data provider||Baseline period*|
|EMD-AT||Emergency Medical Dispatch||Austria||Tyrol data source covers 3 of 9 districts in Tyrol||Innsbruck city, Innsbruck district, Kufstein district||380,000||Dispatch Centre Tyrol||1/2005-12/2008|
|Except cases from December to March each year.|
|EP-AT||Emergency Physician service (ambulances)||Austria||Tyrol||Kufstein district||99,000||Dispatch Centre Tyrol||1/2006-12/2008|
|Except cases from November to March each year.|
|EP-BE||Emergency Physician service (ambulances)||Belgium||10,500,000||Ministry of Health, Belgium||3/2009-8/2009|
|ED-BE||Emergency Department||Belgium||Flemish Brabant||Leuven||a. 91,000 (Leuven) b. 1,000,000 (reference hospital for the region Flemish Brabant)||University Hospital Leuven||3/2009-8/2009|
|ED-ES||Emergency Department||Spain||Autonomous Region Cantabria||Santander||a. 300,000 (Santander) b. 580,000 (reference hospital for the Autonomous Region Cantabria)||University Hospital Marqués de Valdecilla||8/7/2009-30/8/2009|
*Baseline period = period which was used for the adjustment of the aberration detection algorithm (Poisson CUSUM).
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