Component specific estimates of influenza vaccine effectiveness based on a sentinel surveillance network, 2006-07 & 2007-08 Seasons. Danuta M. Skowronski MD, MHSc, FRCPC BC Centre for Disease Control. SPONSORS. BC Centre for Disease Control & BC Ministry of Health
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Danuta M. Skowronski MD, MHSc, FRCPC
BC Centre for Disease Control
BC Ministry of Health
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A SUBTYPE / H3N2 H1N1 YAMAGATA VICTORIA
2004-05 Fujian/411/0=02 NewCaledonia/20/99 Shanghai/371/02 X
2005-06 California/7/04 NewCaledonia/20/99 Shanghai/371/02 X
2006-07Wisconsin/67/05 NewCaledonia/20/99 X Malaysia/2506/04
2007-08Wisconsin/67/05 SolomonIslands/3/06 X Malaysia/2506/04
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95% INFLUENZA A (85% H3, 15% H1); 5% INFLUENZA B effectiveness based on a sentinel surveillance network,
93% INFLUENZA A (40% H3, 60% H1); 7% INFLUENZA B effectiveness based on a sentinel surveillance network,
60% INFLUENZA A/H3; 40% INFLUENZA B effectiveness based on a sentinel surveillance network,
SENTINEL PHYSICIANS IN ALL PARTICIPATING PROVINCES effectiveness based on a sentinel surveillance network,
NML: Yan Li
BC: Martin Petric
AB: Kevin Fonseca
ON: Steven Drewes
QC: Hugues Charest
BC: Danuta Skowronski
AB: Jim Dickinson
ON: Natasha Crowcroft
QC: Gaston De Serres