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NIH, Japan. Influenza Surveillance Report 1999/2000 Season, Japan. Infectious Agents Surveillance Report No.250.  Full Text [Primary member] 
submitted by kickingbird at Oct, 15, 2004 from Infectious Agents Surveillance Report No.250
Influenza, 1999/2000 season, Japan(IASR 2000; 21: 260-261) From 1987, roughly 2,500 sentinel clinics of pediatricians (and partly of general physicians) participating in the National Epidemiological ...

NIH, Japan. Influenza Surveillance Report 1998/99 Season, Japan. Infectious Agents Surveillance Report No.238.  Full Text [Primary member] 
submitted by kickingbird at Oct, 15, 2004 from Infectious Agents Surveillance Report No.238
Influenza, 1998/99 Season, Japan The following is a summary of the epidemiological feature of influenza in 1998/99 season, based mainly on the data obtained by the National Epidemiological Surveillance ...

NIH, Japan. Influenza Surveillance Report 1997/98 Season, Japan. Infectious Agents Surveillance Report No.226.  Full Text [Primary member] 
submitted by kickingbird at Oct, 15, 2004 from Infectious Agents Surveillance Report No.226
Influenza, 1997/98 Season, Japan The following article deals with influenza in Japan during the 1997/98 season based on the reports submitted to the Infectious Disease Surveillance Center (IDSC), the ...

NIH, Japan. Influenza Surveillance Report 1996/97 Season, Japan. Infectious Agents Surveillance Report No.214.  Full Text [Primary member] 
submitted by kickingbird at Oct, 15, 2004 from Infectious Agents Surveillance Report No.214
Influenza, 1996/97 Season, Japan This topic concerns influenza during the last season (1996/97). Clinically diagnosed patients reported by pediatric and general physicians serving at about 2,500 sentinel ...

NIH, Japan. Influenza Surveillance Report 1995/96 Season, Japan. Infectious Agents Surveillance Report No.201.  Full Text [Primary member] 
submitted by kickingbird at Oct, 15, 2004 from Infectious Agents Surveillance Report No.201
Influenza, 1995/96 Season, Japan In the 1995/96 season, influenza virus isolates were mostly type A(H1N1). As was the case in the 1994/95 season in which isolates were mainly type A(H3N2), reports of ...

Influenza pandemic planning communittee. A Frame Work for An Australian Influenza Pandemic Plan. Communicable Diseases Network of Austrilia and New Zealand.  Abstract [Primary member] 
submitted by kickingbird at Oct, 13, 2004 from Communicable Diseases Network of Austrilia and New Zealand
aframeworkforauflupandemic.pdf

ESR. New Zealand: INFLUENZA WEEKLY UPDATE 2004-40. Public Health Surveillance, New Zealand.  Abstract [Primary member] 
submitted by kickingbird at Oct, 11, 2004 from Public Health Surveillance, New Zealand (via http://www.surv.esr.cri.nz/PDF_surveillance/Virology/FluWeek)
In the past week, a total of 199 consultations for influenza-like illness were reported from 78 general practices in 19 out of 24 health districts. This gives a weekly consultation rate of 64.7 per 100 ...

Li Tianshu etc.,al. Surveillance of virological and serological of influenza in Sichuan province in 2001-2002(China). J Prev Med Intell 2003 19-3.  Abstract  
submitted by kickingbird at Oct, 10, 2004 from J Prev Med Intell 2003 19-3
20012002sichuansurveillance(1).rar

Peng Huiqin etc.,al. An analysis of serum HI antibody level of influenza virus from different areas in Zhejiang Province(China). Zhejiang Prev Med 2003 15-12.  Abstract  
submitted by kickingbird at Oct, 10, 2004 from Zhejiang Prev Med 2003 15-12
zhejiangsurveillance(1).rar

Liu Yunzhi etc.,al. The influenza surveillance in Hunan province in 2002(China). Practical Preventive Medicine 2003 10-5.  Abstract  
submitted by kickingbird at Oct, 10, 2004 from Practical Preventive Medicine 2003 10-5
2002hunansurveillance(1).rar

Duan PeiRuo etc.,al. Survey research of serum anti-influenza virus antibody level in Chinese young people during 1997-2000. Chin J Cell Mol Immunol 2003 19(4).  Abstract  
submitted by kickingbird at Oct, 10, 2004 from Chin J Cell Mol Immunol 2003 19(4)
3yearsurveillance(1).rar

Robert B. Couch. Prevention and Treatment of Influenza. N. Engl. J. Med., Dec 2000; 343: 1778 - 1787.  Abstract [Primary member] 
submitted by kickingbird at Oct, 8, 2004 from N. Engl. J. Med., Dec 2000; 343: 1778 - 1787
Influenza is a disease known since antiquity that continues to afflict large numbers of people and cause many deaths throughout the world. The annual epidemic and the continued threat of a pandemic constitute ...

Kathleen Maletic Neuzil, George W. Reed, Edward F. Mitchel, Jr, and Marie R. Griffin. Influenza-Associated Morbidity and Mortality in Young and Middle-Aged Women. JAMA, Mar 1999; 281: 901 - 907.  Abstract [Primary member] 
submitted by kickingbird at Oct, 8, 2004 from JAMA, Mar 1999; 281: 901 - 907
Influenza-Associated Morbidity and Mortality in Young and Middle-Aged Women Kathleen Maletic Neuzil, MD, MPH; George W. Reed, PhD; Edward F. Mitchel, Jr, MS; Marie R. Griffin, MD, MPH JAMA. 1999;281:901-907. ...

J. Buffington, L. E. Chapman, L. M. Schmeltz, and A. P. Kendal. Do family physicians make good sentinels for influenza?. Arch Fam Med, Aug 1993; 2: 859 - 864.  Abstract [Primary member] 
submitted by kickingbird at Oct, 8, 2004 from Arch Fam Med, Aug 1993; 2: 859 - 864
Do family physicians make good sentinels for influenza? J. Buffington, L. E. Chapman, L. M. Schmeltz and A. P. Kendal Epidemic Intelligence Service, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, ...

A. B. Sabin. Mortality from pneumonia and risk conditions during influenza epidemics. High influenza morbidity during nonepidemic years. JAMA, Jun 1977; 237: 2823 - 2828.  Abstract [Primary member] 
submitted by kickingbird at Oct, 8, 2004 from JAMA, Jun 1977; 237: 2823 - 2828
Mortality from pneumonia and risk conditions during influenza epidemics. High influenza morbidity during nonepidemic years A. B. Sabin Increases in mortality from pneumonia and high-risk chronic diseases ...

Thomas A. Reichert, Norio Sugaya, David S. Fedson, W. Paul Glezen, Lone Simonsen, and Masato Tashiro. The Japanese Experience with Vaccinating Schoolchildren against Influenza. N. Engl. J. Med., Mar 2001; 344: 889 - 896.  Abstract [Primary member] 
submitted by kickingbird at Oct, 8, 2004 from N. Engl. J. Med., Mar 2001; 344: 889 - 896 (via http://content.nejm.org/cgi/content/full/344/12/889)
ABSTRACT Background Influenza epidemics lead to increased mortality, principally among elderly persons and others at high risk, and in most developed countries, influenza-control efforts focus on the ...

Joseph C. Lin and Kristin L. Nichol. Excess Mortality Due to Pneumonia or Influenza During Influenza Seasons Among Persons With Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome. Archives of Internal Medicine, Feb 2001; 161: 441 - 446.  Abstract [Primary member] 
submitted by kickingbird at Oct, 8, 2004 from Archives of Internal Medicine, Feb 2001; 161: 441 - 446
Excess Mortality Due to Pneumonia or Influenza During Influenza Seasons Among Persons With Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome Joseph C. Lin, MD; Kristin L. Nichol, MD, MPH Arch Intern Med. 2001;161:441-446. ...

L Simonsen, MJ Clarke, GD Williamson, DF Stroup, NH Arden, and LB Schonberger. The impact of influenza epidemics on mortality: introducing a severity index. Am J Public Health, Dec 1997; 87: 1944 - 1950.  Abstract [Primary member] 
submitted by kickingbird at Oct, 8, 2004 from Am J Public Health, Dec 1997; 87: 1944 - 1950
The impact of influenza epidemics on mortality: introducing a severity index L Simonsen, MJ Clarke, GD Williamson, DF Stroup, NH Arden and LB Schonberger Division of Viral and Rickettsial Diseases, Centers ...

Greaves F. What are the most appropriate methods of surveillance for monitoring an emerging respiratory infection such as SARS?. J Public Health (Oxf). 2004 Sep;26(3):288-92.  Abstract  
submitted by kickingbird at Sep, 30, 2004 from J Public Health (Oxf). 2004 Sep;26(3):288-92
What are the most appropriate methods of surveillance for monitoring an emerging respiratory infection such as SARS?Greaves F.Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford OX2 6QA.Effective surveillance is necessary for ...

EISS. Progress in the establishment of the Community Network of Reference Laboratories for Human Influenza in Europe. N.  Full Text  
submitted by kickingbird at Sep, 25, 2004 from N
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