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2016-2017 Flu Vaccination Guidelines

Reducing the global health impact of influenza requires a careful review of the history of the disease as well as an evaluation of where influenza infection may be going next. Overall, the 2015-2016 influenza season was moderate in terms of infection activity and clinical consequences. The prevalence of influenza infection and complications was lower than that of previous years.

There was a good match between the influenza strains chosen for the 2015-2016 vaccine and the strains that promoted influenza infection in that same period. Traditionally, the vast majority of influenza deaths occur among children who were not vaccinated. Half of the influenza deaths in 2015-2016 were among children without a high-risk underlying medical condition.

2016-2017 Flu Vaccination Guidelines

2016-2017 Flu Vaccination Guidelines

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Posted by admin - October 26, 2016 at 10:35 am

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Influenza Virus seasonal , pandemic and zoonotic

Influenza Virus seasonal , pandemic and zoonotic

 

People worldwide are mixing between different kinds of influenza either seasonal, pandemic or zoonotic Influenza we will try in this article to differentiate between the Influenza Virus seasonal , pandemic and zoonotic

Influenza Virus types seasonal , pandemic and zoonotic

Influenza Virus types seasonal , pandemic and zoonotic

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Posted by admin - February 15, 2014 at 11:59 pm

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