Order Ssi/445/2015, From 9 March, That Amending Annexes I, Ii And Iii Of Royal Decree 2210 / 1995 Of 28 December, Which Creates The National Epidemiological Surveillance Network, Relating To The List Of Diseases Of Ob Declaration...

Original Language Title: Orden SSI/445/2015, de 9 de marzo, por la que se modifican los anexos I, II y III del Real Decreto 2210/1995, de 28 de diciembre, por el que se crea la Red Nacional de Vigilancia Epidemiológica, relativos a la lista de enfermedades de declaración ob...

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The Royal Decree 2210 / 1995 of 28 December, which created the national epidemiological surveillance network, describes, in article 6, the powers of the Ministry of health, social services and equality, among which is the coordination of actions and information exchanges both at national level and at the level of the European Union, the World Health Organization and other international bodies. Chapter II sets the characteristics of the basic system of the network and in article 9 specifies that in annex I are related diseases subject to compulsory Declaration.

Since is approved the Real Decree 2210 / 1995, of 28 of December, them agencies international in which Spain is represented, Organization World of the health (WHO) and Commission European, have made normative to prevent and control the spread international of them diseases communicable. Increased travel and trade, as well as the emergence of new diseases and resurgence of eliminated or controlled diseases that could pose a public health emergency of of international importance, encouraged WHO Member States to request a revision of the international health regulations, with the objective of improving the global response to these situations. At the 58th World Health Assembly, 23 of May 2005, was adopted by consensus the health regulation international 2005, which entered into force on 15 June 2007 and that obliges States to have capacity to detect, assess and notify events that may constitute a public health emergency of (articles 5 and 6). This regulation, in the annex II, provides some criteria to decide that events must be reported to the WHO.

The Decision of execution 2012 / 506 / EU of the Commission, of 8 of August of 2012, that modifies the Decision 2002 / 253 / CE, by which is set them definitions of them cases for communicate them diseases communicable to the network community of conformity with the Decision 2119 / 98 / CE of the Parliament European and of the Council, and it Decision 1082 / 2013 / EU of the Parliament European and of the Council October 22, 2013, on cross-border threats serious health and why repealing Decision 2119/98/EC, adapt to the changes observed in the epidemiological pattern of communicable diseases at the international level, taking into account the most recent scientific data and facilitate the Commission and the Member States the development of intervention strategies in the field of surveillance and response to these diseases.

Annex I contained in Royal Decree 2210 / 1995 of 28 December, does not consider the current epidemiological situation in Spain and does not cover the entire list of diseases requiring standards of international organizations to the Member States. This situation makes necessary modify the annex I of said real decree that contains the list of diseases of declaration mandatory to adapt it to these requirements, the annex II that collects them modalities of the Declaration of diseases and the annex III that collects them diseases endemic of field regional.

This order aims to modify the list of notifiable diseases, their modalities of Declaration and regional diseases.

This order is dictates to the amparo of it enabling contained in it available end first of the Real Decree 2210 / 1995, of 28 of December, that empowers to the Minister of health, services social and equality to, prior report of the Council inter-territorial of the system national of health, modify the list of diseases collected in them annexes, in accordance with them changes that can produce is in the pattern epidemiological.

In the processing of the present order have been consulted them entities representative of them interests of the sectors affected. It has also been report of the Advisory Committee and to the plenary of the Council inter-territorial of the system national's health.

By virtue, according to the Council of State, I have: single article. Modification of the Real Decree 2210 / 1995, of 28 of December, by which it creates the network national of surveillance epidemiological.

The Royal Decree 2210 / 1995 of 28 December, which creates the national epidemiological surveillance network, is to be re-worded as follows: one. The annex I that contains the list of diseases of statement mandatory, is replaced by the annex I of this order.

Two. It annex II that contains them modalities of the statement of diseases of declaration mandatory, is replaced by the annex II of this order.

Three. Annex III which contains regional endemic diseases, is replaced by the text in annex III of this order.

Sole final provision. Entry into force.

This order shall enter into force the day following its publication in the "Official Gazette".

Madrid, 9 March 2015.-the Minister of health, social services and equality, Alfonso Alonso Aranegui.

ANNEX I list of 1 notifiable diseases. Botulism.

2. brucellosis.

3. Campylobacteriosis.

4. anthrax.

5. cholera.

6 Cryptosporidiosis.

7. dengue.

8. diphtheria.

9. tick-borne encephalitis.

10. Human transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (including vCJD).

11. invasive disease Haemophilus influenzae.

12. meningococcal disease.

13. invasive pneumococcal disease.

14 Chikungunya virus disease.

15. yellow fever.

16. West Nile fever.

17. Mediterranean exanthematous fever.

18. fever Q.

19. fever recurrent transmitted by ticks.

20. fever typhoid / fever paratyphoid.

21. fever hemorrhagic virus (Ebola, Marburg and Lassa among others).

22. Giardiasis.

23. influenza / flu human by a new subtype of virus.

24. hepatitis A.

25. hepatitis B.

26. hepatitis C.

27. herpes zoster.

28. Hydatid disease.

29 infection by Chlamydia trachomatis (excludes Lymphogranuloma Venereum).

30 infection by strains of Escherichia coli Shiga or Vero toxin-producing.

31. gonococcal infection.

32 infection by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus / acquired immunodeficiency (HIV/AIDS) syndrome.

33 legionellosis.

34. Leishmaniasis.

35. leprosy.

36. Leptospirosis.

37. Lymphogranuloma Venereum.

38. Listeriosis.

39. malaria.

40. mumps.

41. plague.

42 poliomyelitis/acute flaccid paralysis in children under 15.

43 rage.

44. rubella.

45. congenital rubella.

46 salmonellosis.

47. measles.

48 SARS (in Spanish: acute respiratory syndrome severe).

49 Shigellosis.

50. syphilis.

51. congenital syphilis.

52. neonatal tetanus/tetanus.

53. whooping cough.

54. congenital toxoplasmosis.

55 trichinosis.

56 TB.

57 Tularemia.

58 chickenpox.

59. smallpox.

60 Yersiniosis.

ANNEX II modalities of Declaration of diseases 1. Weekly numerical statement: to) and basic epidemiological data grouped in periods of four weeks: campylobacteriosis; Cryptosporidiosis; Giardiasis; Salmonellosis; Yersiniosis; Hepatitis C; Infection by Chlamydia trachomatis (LGV excluded); Invasive disease Haemophilus influenzae; Invasive pneumococcal disease; Human spongiform encephalopathies (including vCJD).

(B) urgent statement sending of basic epidemiological data: cholera; Human influenza by a new virus subtype; SARS (in Spanish: acute respiratory syndrome severe); Yellow fever; West Nile fever; Viral hemorrhagic fevers; Plague; Rage; Diphtheria; Poliomyelitis/acute flaccid paralysis in children under 15 years; Smallpox.

(C) statement weekly with shipment of data epidemiological basic: botulism; Fever typhoid / fever paratyphoid fever; Hepatitis A; Hepatitis B; Infection by strains of Escherichia coli producing of toxin Shiga or Vero; Listeriosis; Shigellosis; Trichinosis; Flu; Legionellosis; Leprosy; Tuberculosis; Gonococcal infection; Lymphogranuloma Venereum; Syphilis; Encephalitis transmitted by ticks; Disease by virus Chikungunya; Dengue fever; Fever Q; Fever recurrent transmitted by ticks; Leishmaniasis; Malaria; Brucellosis; Anthrax; Hydatid disease; Leptospirosis; Congenital toxoplasmosis; Tularemia; Meningococcal disease; Mumps; Rubella; Measles; Tetanus/neonatal tetanus; Whooping cough; Chickenpox; Congenital syphilis; Congenital rubella; Mediterranean exanthematous fever.

(D) with basic epidemiological data in an annual report: Herpes Zoster.

2 Declaration of diseases by special systems: infection by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus / acquired immunodeficiency (HIV/AIDS) syndrome.

ANNEX III regional Lyme disease endemic diseases.