Influenza surveillance in Europe. Comparing intensity levels calculated using the Moving Epidemic Method.
Ortiz de Lejarazu, Raúl
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CitationInfluenza surveillance in Europe. Comparing intensity levels calculated using the Moving Epidemic Method. 2015: Influenza Other Respir Viruses
JournalInfluenza and other respiratory viruses
AbstractEpidemic and intensity thresholds varied by country. ILI and ARI levels normalized by MEM in 2013/2014 showed that the intensity of the season in Europe was between low and medium in most of the countries. Comparing intensity among seasons or countries is essential for understanding patterns in seasonal epidemics. An automated standardized model for comparison should be implemented at national and international levels. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
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