Increase in rates of hospitalization due to laboratory-confirmed influenza among children and adults during the 2009-10 influenza pandemic.

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BACKGROUND The Emerging Infections Programs (EIP) network has conducted population-based surveillance for hospitalizations due to laboratory-confirmed influenza among children since 2003, with the network expanding in 2005 to include adults. METHODS From 15 April 2009 through 30 April 2010, the EIP conducted surveillance among 22.1 million people residing… (More)
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@article{Cox2012IncreaseIR, title={Increase in rates of hospitalization due to laboratory-confirmed influenza among children and adults during the 2009-10 influenza pandemic.}, author={C. Cox and Tiffany A D'Mello and Alejandro Perez and Arthur Reingold and Ken A Gershman and Kimberly M Yousey-Hindes and Kathryn E. Arnold and Monica M. Farley and Patricia A. Ryan and Ruth Lynfield and Craig A. Morin and Joan P Baumbach and Emily B. Hancock and Shelley M. Zansky and Nancy M. Bennett and A. W. Thomas and William Schaffner and Lyn Finelli}, journal={The Journal of infectious diseases}, year={2012}, volume={206 9}, pages={1350-8} }