22.1.6.2 GIS: Using GIS for Medical Applications, Health Care, Disease Tracking

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GIS. GIS, Applications. Medical.

Buchin, K.[Kevin], Buchin, M.[Maike], van Kreveld, M.[Marc], Löffler, M.[Maarten], Luo, J.[Jun], Silveira, R.I.[Rodrigo I.],
Processing aggregated data: the location of clusters in health data,
GeoInfo(16), No. 3, July 2012, pp. 497-521.
WWW Link. 1202
Analyze data using spatially aggregated information (e.g. population at risk, not just risk). Health data. BibRef

La Bute, M.X.[Montiago X.], McMahon, B.H.[Benjamin H.], Brown, M.[Mac], Manore, C.[Carrie], Fair, J.M.[Jeanne M.],
A Flexible Spatial Framework for Modeling Spread of Pathogens in Animals with Biosurveillance and Disease Control Applications,
IJGI(3), No. 2, 2014, pp. 638-661.
DOI Link 1407
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Torabi, M.[Mahmoud], Galloway, K.[Katie],
Geographical Variation of Incidence of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease in Manitoba, Canada,
IJGI(3), No. 3, 2014, pp. 1039-1057.
DOI Link 1410
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Luan, H.[Hui], Law, J.[Jane],
Web GIS-Based Public Health Surveillance Systems: A Systematic Review,
IJGI(3), No. 2, 2014, pp. 481-506.
DOI Link 1405
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Lary, D.J.[David John], Woolf, S.[Steven], Faruque, F.[Fazlay], LePage, J.P.[James P.],
Holistics 3.0 for Health,
IJGI(3), No. 3, 2014, pp. 1023-1038.
DOI Link 1410
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Lee, J.[Jay], Alnasrallah, M.[Mohammad], Wong, D.[David], Beaird, H.[Heather], Logue, E.[Everett],
Impacts of Scale on Geographic Analysis of Health Data: An Example of Obesity Prevalence,
IJGI(3), No. 4, 2014, pp. 1198-1210.
DOI Link 1411
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Machault, V.[Vanessa], Yébakima, A.[André], Etienne, M.[Manuel], Vignolles, C.[Cécile], Palany, P.[Philippe], Tourre, Y.M.[Yves M.], Guérécheau, M.[Marine], Lacaux, J.P.[Jean-Pierre],
Mapping Entomological Dengue Risk Levels in Martinique Using High-Resolution Remote-Sensing Environmental Data,
IJGI(3), No. 4, 2014, pp. 1352-1371.
DOI Link 1412
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Acker, J.[James], Soebiyanto, R.[Radina], Kiang, R.[Richard], Kempler, S.[Steve],
Use of the NASA Giovanni Data System for Geospatial Public Health Research: Example of Weather-Influenza Connection,
IJGI(3), No. 4, 2014, pp. 1372-1386.
DOI Link 1412
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Lu, Y.M.[Yong-Mei], Fang, T.F.B.[Tian-Fang Bernie],
Examining Personal Air Pollution Exposure, Intake, and Health Danger Zone Using Time Geography and 3D Geovisualization,
IJGI(4), No. 1, 2014, pp. 32-46.
DOI Link 1502
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Kirk, K.E.[Karen E.], Haq, M.Z.[M. Zahirul], Alam, M.S.[Mohammad Shafiul], Haque, U.[Ubydul],
Geospatial Technology: A Tool to Aid in the Elimination of Malaria in Bangladesh,
IJGI(4), No. 1, 2014, pp. 47-58.
DOI Link 1502
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Chen, D.M.[Dong-Mei], Wong, H.[Haydi], Belanger, P.[Paul], Moore, K.[Kieran], Peterson, M.[Mary], Cunningham, J.[John],
Analyzing the Correlation between Deer Habitat and the Component of the Risk for Lyme Disease in Eastern Ontario, Canada: A GIS-Based Approach,
IJGI(4), No. 1, 2015, pp. 105-123.
DOI Link 1502
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Jamtsho, S.[Sonam], Corner, R.[Robert], Dewan, A.[Ashraf],
Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Spatial Accessibility to Primary Health Care in Bhutan,
IJGI(4), No. 3, 2015, pp. 1584.
DOI Link 1511
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Kandeh, J.[Joseph], Kumar, L.[Lalit],
Developing a Relative Ranking of Social Vulnerability of Governorates of Yemen to Humanitarian Crisis,
IJGI(4), No. 4, 2015, pp. 1913.
DOI Link 1511
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Mariathas, H.H.[Hensley H.], Rosychuk, R.J.[Rhonda J.],
An Examination of Three Spatial Event Cluster Detection Methods,
IJGI(4), No. 1, 2015, pp. 367-384.
DOI Link 1504
spatial disease surveillance, find clusters of disease. BibRef

Ye, X.Y.[Xin-Yue], Li, S.[Shengwen], Yang, X.[Xining], Qin, C.[Chenglin],
Use of Social Media for the Detection and Analysis of Infectious Diseases in China,
IJGI(5), No. 9, 2016, pp. 156.
DOI Link 1610
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Stanforth, A.[Austin], Moreno-Madrińán, M.J.[Max J.], Ashby, J.[Jeffrey],
Exploratory Analysis of Dengue Fever Niche Variables within the Río Magdalena Watershed,
RS(8), No. 9, 2016, pp. 770.
DOI Link 1610
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Ashby, J.[Jeffrey], Moreno-Madrińán, M.J.[Max J.], Yiannoutsos, C.T.[Constantin T.], Stanforth, A.[Austin],
Niche Modeling of Dengue Fever Using Remotely Sensed Environmental Factors and Boosted Regression Trees,
RS(9), No. 4, 2017, pp. xx-yy.
DOI Link 1705
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Izzah, L.N., Majid, Z., Ariff, M.A.M., Fook, C.K.,
Geospatial Analysis of Urban Land Use Pattern Analysis for Hemorrhagic Fever Risk: A Review,
GGT16(37-53).
DOI Link 1612
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Abdul Rasam, A.R., Shariff, N.M., Dony, J.F.,
Identifying High-Risk Populations of Tuberculosis Using Environmental Factors and GIS Based Multi-Criteria Decision Making Method,
GGT16(9-13).
DOI Link 1612
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Wrable, M., Liss, A., Kulinkina, A., Koch, M., Biritwum, N.K., Ofosu, A., Kosinski, K.C., Gute, D.M., Naumova, E.N.,
Linking Satellite Remote Sensing Based Environmental Predictors To Disease: An Application To The Spatiotemporal Modelling Of Schistosomiasis In Ghana,
ISPRS16(B8: 215-221).
DOI Link 1610
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Nukavarapu, N.[Nivedita], Durbha, S.[Surya],
Stochastic Coloured Petrinet Based Healthcare Infrastructure Interdependency Model,
ISPRS16(B8: 223-229).
DOI Link 1610
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Topan, A.[Aysel], Bayram, D.[Dilek], Özendi, M.[Mustafa], Cam, A.[Ali], Öztürk, C.[Cam], Ayyildiz, T.K.[Tülay Kuzlu], Kulakçi, H.[Hülya], Veren, F.[Funda],
Spatial Distrubiton Of Children Treated By Cancer In Zonguldak, Turkey,
ISPRS16(B8: 231-236).
DOI Link 1610
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Vignolles, C.[Cécile], Sauerborn, R.[Rainer], Dambach, P.[Peter], Viel, C.[Christian], Soubeyroux, J.M.[Jean-Michel], Sié, A.[Ali], Rogier, C.[Christophe], Tourre, Y.M.[Yves M.],
Re-emerging Malaria Vectors In Rural Sahel (nouna, Burkina Faso): The Paluclim Project,
ISPRS16(B8: 237-242).
DOI Link 1610
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Kulinkina, A.V., Walz, Y., Liss, A., Kosinski, K.C., Biritwum, N.K., Naumova, E.N.,
Combining Remotely Sensed Environmental Characteristics With Social And Behavioral Conditions That Affect Surface Water Use In Spatiotemporal Modelling Of Schistosomiasis In Ghana,
ISPRS16(B8: 203-208).
DOI Link 1610
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Ferreira, M.C., Ferreira, M.F.M.,
Influence Of Topographic And Hydrographic Factors On The Spatial Distribution Of Leptospirosis Disease In SĂo Paulo County, Brazil: An Approach Using Geospatial Techniques And Gis Analysis,
ISPRS16(B8: 197-201).
DOI Link 1610
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Faruque, F.S., Finley, R.W.,
Geographic Medical History: Advances In Geospatial Technology Present New Potentials In Medical Practice,
ISPRS16(B8: 191-195).
DOI Link 1610
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Atay, H., Toz, G.,
Spatial Analysis Based Health and Safety Risk Assessment for Linear Construction Projects,
ISPRS12(XXXIX-B8:77-82).
DOI Link 1209
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Kiang, R.K., Soebiyanto, R.P.,
Mapping The Risks of Malaria, Dengue and Influenza Using Satellite Data,
ISPRS12(XXXIX-B8:83-86).
DOI Link 1209
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Boulos, M.N.K.[Maged N. Kamel],
Novel Emergency/public Health Situation Rooms And More Using 4-D GIS,
VCGVA09(xx-yy). 0910
Public health, emergency preparedness, 3-D mirror worlds, 3-D virtual worlds, geo-mashups, GIS, Internet BibRef

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