Rates of immunization against pandemic and seasonal influenza in persons at high risk of severe influenza illness: a cross-sectional study among patients of the French Sentinelles general practitioners

@inproceedings{Privileggio2013RatesOI,
  title={Rates of immunization against pandemic and seasonal influenza in persons at high risk of severe influenza illness: a cross-sectional study among patients of the French Sentinelles general practitioners},
  author={L. Privileggio and Alessandra Falchi and Marie-Lise Grisoni and C{\'e}cile Souty and Cl{\'e}ment Turbelin and Laure Fonteneau and Thomas Hanslik and Solen Kern{\'e}is},
  booktitle={BMC Public Health},
  year={2013}
}
BackgroundThree main categories of persons are targeted by the French influenza vaccination strategy: all persons aged 65 years or over, those aged less than 65 years with certain underlying medical conditions and health care workers. The main objective of this study was to estimate rates of influenza immunization in these target groups attending a medical consultation for two consecutive influenza seasons: 2009–2010 (seasonal and pandemic vaccines) and 2010–2011 (seasonal vaccine).MethodsA… CONTINUE READING
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