Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness Against Antigenically Drifted Influenza Higher Than Expected in Hospitalized Adults: 2014–2015

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BACKGROUND The 2014-2015 influenza season was severe, with circulating influenza A (H3N2) viruses that were antigenically drifted from the vaccine virus. Reported vaccine effectiveness (VE) estimates from ambulatory care settings were markedly decreased. METHODS Adults, hospitalized at 2 hospitals in southeast Michigan for acute respiratory illnesses… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/ofid/ofv130.09

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@inproceedings{Petrie2015InfluenzaVE, title={Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness Against Antigenically Drifted Influenza Higher Than Expected in Hospitalized Adults: 2014–2015}, author={Joshua G Petrie and Suzanne E. Ohmit and Emily Toth Martin and Ryan E. Malosh and Caroline K. Cheng and Adam S Lauring and Lois E. Lamerato and Katherine C. Reyes and Heather R. Lipkovich and Brendan L Flannery and Jill M. Ferdinands and Arnold S. Monto}, booktitle={Open forum infectious diseases}, year={2015} }