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A7-6

 

Prior vs posterior number of symptomatic infections, by age, Approach 1,

 

247

A9-1

 

Hierarchichal nature of traditional public health reporting,

 

272

A9-2

 

Informal-source surveillance,

 

273

A9-3

 

HealthMap screen shot,

 

275

A9-4

 

Google Flu Trends screen shot,

 

276

A9-5

 

Quantitation of subjects in ProMED reports from 1996-2008,

 

279

A9-6

 

Timeline showing time differences between official WHO reports, selected informal reports, and various “outbreak milestones,”

 

281

A10-1

 

Influenza results by type and subtype: South Africa 2005-2008,

 

285

A10-2

 

Onset and duration of influenza season, 1985-2007,

 

286

A10-3

 

Influenza strains detected, South Africa, 1984-2008,

 

286

A10-4

 

Epidemic curve of laboratory-confirmed pandemic 2009-H1N1 influenza A cases and deaths by week, South Africa, as of December 15, 2009 (n[cases]=12,683),

 

287

A10-5

 

Positive samples by influenza types and subtype: Viral Watch South Africa 2009,

 

289

A10-6

 

Severe acute respiratory illness (SARI) surveillance: respiratory virus report,

 

289

A10-7

 

Number of laboratory confirmed pandemic 2009-H1N1 influenza A cases by age group, as of December 15, 2009 (n = 11,729),

 

291

A10-8

 

Age distribution of patients with seasonal A H3N2 and pandemic 2009-H1N1 influenza A,

 

292

A10-9

 

Age distribution of patients with seasonal A H1N1 (2008) and pandemic 2009-H1N1 influenza A,

 

292

A10-10

 

Age distribution of patients with influenza B and pandemic 2009-H1N1 influenza A,

 

293

A10-11

 

Reported symptoms in first 100 confirmed cases, South Africa,

 

294

A12-1

 

General patterns of temporal occurrence of influenza A and B viruses in eastern Asia and Australasia,

 

310

A12-2

 

Long-term steps for the prevention of influenza pandemics,

 

319

A12-3

 

Emphasizing the need for increasing influenza virus surveillance for the prevention of pandemic influenza,

 

320

A12-4

 

Toward a unified, global effort for the prevention of pandemic influenza,

 

321

A12-5

 

Fundamental principles still apply,

 

322

A13-1

 

Cases of 2009-H1N1 influenza A by date of onset of symptoms, April-May 2009, Argentina (n = 250),

 

328

A13-2

 

Distribution of confirmed cases by date of onset of symptoms (n = 99),

 

328

A13-3

 

Temporal presentation of cases and contacts in the school population under study, May 16-31, 2009 (n = 102),

 

329

A13-4

 

Affected schools, May 2009,

 

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