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That means those states are seeing flu outbreaks and laboratory-confirmed flu in at least one but less than half of the regions of the state. Virgin Islands continue to report only sporadic flu activity, which means those states are seeing small numbers of flu or one laboratory confirmed flu outbreak.
Influenza A H1N1 pdm09 viruses have been the most commonly identified flu viruses since September 30, CDC also reported an additional flu-associated pediatric death for the flu season.
An annual flu vaccine is the best way to protect against influenza and its potentially serious complications. CDC recommends that everyone 6 months and older get vaccinated now.
Below is a summary of the key flu indicators for the week ending November 17, For the week ending November 17 week 46the proportion of people seeing their health care provider for influenza-like illness ILI was 1.
Two of 10 regions Regions 2 and 8 reported a proportion of outpatient visits for ILI at or above their region-specific baseline level. Additional ILINet data, including national, regional, and select state-level data for the current and previous seasons, can be found at http: Additional data, including data for previous seasons, can be found at https: Geographic Spread of Influenza Viruses: Regional influenza activity was reported by one state Kentucky.
Geographic spread data show how many areas within a state or territory are seeing flu activity. Additional data are available at: Reporting of influenza-associated hospitalization data from the Influenza Hospitalization Surveillance Network FluSurv-NET for the influenza season will begin later this season.
Additional data, including hospitalization rates during previous influenza seasons, can be found at http: This percentage is below the epidemic threshold of 6.
One influenza-associated pediatric death was reported to CDC during week This death was associated with an influenza A H1N1 pdm09 virus and occurred during week 46 the week ending November 17, A total of three influenza-associated pediatric deaths have been reported for the season.
Additional information on influenza-associated pediatric deaths reported during past seasons, including basic demographics, underlying conditions, bacterial co-infections, and place of death is available on FluView Interactive at: More detailed information about pediatric deaths reported during the current season will be available later in the season.
Nationally, the percentage of respiratory specimens testing positive for influenza viruses in clinical laboratories during the week ending November 17 was 1. Regionally, the three-week average percent of specimens testing positive for influenza in clinical laboratories ranged from 0.
During the week ending November 17, of the 1. The most frequently identified influenza virus type reported by public health laboratories was influenza A H1N1 pdm09 virus. During the week ending November 17, 78 Of the 60 influenza A viruses that were subtyped, 11 The majority of the influenza viruses collected from the United States during May 20 through November 17, were characterized antigenically and genetically as being similar to the cell-grown reference viruses representing the — Northern Hemisphere influenza vaccine viruses.
None of the viruses tested from May November 17, were found to be resistant to oseltamivir, zanamivir, or peramivir. Antiviral resistance data will be updated weekly starting later in the season. FluView is available — and past issues are archived — on the CDC website.
Delays in reporting may mean that data changes over time.A review of the health care systems of five different countries suggests that the United States system is not necessarily the best health delivery system in terms of access —especially when compared to that of England and Canada (Weiss & Lonnquist, ).
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