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Influenza-respiratory disease surveillance report no. 81, June 7, 1965
  • Published Date:
    June 7, 1965
Filetype[PDF - 3.60 MB]

  • Personal Authors:
  • Corporate Authors:
    Communicable Disease Center (U.S.), Influenza Surveillance Unit. ; Communicable Disease Center (U.S.), Laboratory Branch., Respirovirus Unit. ;
  • Series:
    Influenza-respiratory disease surveillance report ; no. 81
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  • Description:
    I. United States summary -- Summer-Fall 1964 -- Winter 1965 -- -- II. United States divisional notes -- -- III. International summary -- -- IV. Laboratory report ---- V. Special reports -- Epidemic investigations -- Equine influenza -- Concepts of excess mortality / Robert E. Serfling

    "During the past influenza season, pertinent summaries and epidemiological data were published regularly in the C. D. C. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Reports. It was felt that the currentness and expanded distribution of information achieved in this manner outweighed the possibly more detailed coverage but retrospective character of standard Influenza Surveillance Summaries. The present report includes: 1) a review of the 1964-65 influenza experience in the United States; 2) an international summary; 3) laboratory discussion; and 4) a collection of pertinent special reports. Interpretations and analysis in the present report are based on data received from official health and research agencies in States and Cities of the U.S. and material, largely that published by the World Health Organization and its sister organizations, dealing with international influenza surveillance. Where direct quotations or Daraphrased reports have been printed, full credits are given; otherwise, data have been assimilated into discussion of broader topics without specific references." - p. [1]

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