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CDC influenza report no. 16, September 12, 1957
  • Published Date:
    September 12, 1957
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  • Corporate Authors:
    Communicable Disease Center (U.S.), Influenza Surveillance Unit.
  • Description:
    I. Summary of information – II. Epidemic and case reports – III. Progress reports – IV. Reports of influenza-associated deaths – V. Influenza vaccine production and distribution -- VI. Miscellany -- VII. Summary tables-cases and outbreaks -- VIII. Appendix A.- Current analysis of influenza and pneumonia mortality / Robert Serfling -- Appendix B. Abstract of a paper: "Philippine influenza epidemic of 1957," Dr. Matthew Tayback and Dr. Arturo Reyes

    Summary tables-cases and outbreaks: Table I. Confirmed outbreaks and cases of influenza due to Asian strains, United States (September 5-12, 1957), additions since Report no. 15-see report no. 15 for complete listing -- Table II. Unconfirmed influenza-like illness, outbreaks - United States (September 5-12, 1957), additions since Report no. 15-see report no. 15 for complete listing -- Table III. Outbreaks of febrile respiratory disease - etiology other than influenza or no specimens obtainable (September 5-12, 1957), additions since Report no. 15-see report no. 15 for complete listing -- Table IV. Reported influenza-like illness among returning delegates from Grinnell (Iowa) Conference through September 12, 1957 ["final presentation of this table"]-- Table V. Reported outbreaks of influenza-like illness among Boy Scouts returning from the Jamboree: No Additions (see CDC Influenza report no. 12 for final version of this table) ["no further presentations of Table V are planned"] -- Table VI. Deaths: reported instances of deaths specifically associated with influenza, United States, June 1, 1957 through September 12, 1957

    "Although influenza continues to occur frequently in closed groups, there is no evidence of community-wide outbreaks except in California, Louisiana, and Mississippi. The influenza situation in Louisiana is discussed briefly in a progress note on the Tangipahoa Parish epidemic. Migrant laborers from Mexico and the Bahamas have been involved in several localized epidemics in this country. One isolation of type B influenza in San Diego is reported. Four new influenza-associated deaths are described. To date, 5,430,442 ml. of influenza vaccine has been release for sue. In the new miscellany section are items n vaccine-associated deaths, chemical prophylactic agents, proper refrigeration of throat washings. Explanation of new influenza and pneumonia excess mortality graphs and a summary of the excess mortality data from the Manila epidemic are presented in the appendices." - p. [1]

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