BEAM dashboard FAQs : bacteria, enterics, amoeba, and mycotics data
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      Bacteria, Enterics, Amoeba, and Mycotics dashboard FAQs : bacteria, enterics, amoeba, and mycotics data
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      The BEAM (Bacteria, Enterics, Amoeba, and Mycotics) Dashboard is an interactive tool to access and visualize data from the System for Enteric Disease Response, Investigation, and Coordination (SEDRIC). CDC uses SEDRIC to coordinate surveillance and response to disease outbreaks linked to food or animal contact, including data integration. The first version of the dashboard focuses on data for Salmonella bacteria isolated from human specimens, such as stool or blood. It will eventually include additional pathogens, antimicrobial resistance data, and epidemiologic data from outbreak investigations.
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      What is the BEAM Dashboard? -- How can I use this information? -- What are the data sources? -- How frequently does CDC update the dashboard? -- Can I filter data in the dashboard? -- What is an HHS region? -- What is an outbreak? -- What is an isolate? -- What is a serotype? -- What is the 90-days report? -- What is the quarterly report? -- How can I view data behind the visualizations?
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