Decrease in effectiveness of routine surveillance of Haemophilus influenzae disease after introduction of conjugate vaccine: comparison of routine reporting with active surveillance system.

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We thank Debbie Sen, Dr Judith Rankin, and Marjorie Renwick of the Regional Maternity Survey Office, Newcastle upon Tyne for their help in compiling the Northern region data and Vicki Ashton of Teesside University for statistical advice. Contributors: GH had the original idea for the study and coordinated the data analysis. LMI supplied the data from Norway… (More)

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@article{Olowokure2000DecreaseIE, title={Decrease in effectiveness of routine surveillance of Haemophilus influenzae disease after introduction of conjugate vaccine: comparison of routine reporting with active surveillance system.}, author={Babatunde Olowokure and Jeremy I. Hawker and Iain Blair and Nicholas J. Spencer}, journal={BMJ}, year={2000}, volume={321 7263}, pages={731-2} }