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WHO public health research agenda for influenza: minimizing the impact of pandemic, zoonotic, and seasonal epidemic influenza

Autor(es): World Health Organization
Fonte: Geneva; World Health Organization; 2017. (WHO/WHE/IHM/GIP/2017.10).
WHOLIS - Sistema de Informação da Biblioteca da OMS ID: 259894
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WHO public health research agenda for influenza: limiting the spread of pandemic, zoonotic and seasonal epidemic influenza

Autor(es): World Health Organization
Fonte: Geneva; World Health Organization; 2017. (WHO/WHE/IHM/GIP/2017.5).
WHOLIS - Sistema de Informação da Biblioteca da OMS ID: 259892
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WHO public health research agenda for influenza: reducing the risk of emergence of a pandemic influenza

Autor(es): World Health Organization
Fonte: Geneva; World Health Organization; 2017. (WHO/WHE/IHM/GIP/2017.4).
WHOLIS - Sistema de Informação da Biblioteca da OMS ID: 259891
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Reviewing the History of Pandemic Influenza: Understanding Patterns of Emergence and Transmission.

Autor(es): Saunders-Hastings, Patrick R; Krewski, Daniel
Fonte: Pathogens;5(4)2016 Dec 06.
MEDLINE - Literatura Internacional em Ciências da Saúde PMID: 27929449
Resumo: For centuries, novel strains of influenza have emerged to produce human pandemics, causing widespread illness, death, and disruption. There have been four influenza pandemics in the past hundred years. During this time, globalization processes, alongside advances in medicine and epidemiology, have altered the way these pandemics are experienced. Drawing on international case studies, this paper provides a review of the impact of past influenza pandemics, while examining the evolution of our (mais)
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History and evolution of influenza control through vaccination: from the first monovalent vaccine to universal vaccines.

Autor(es): Barberis, I; Myles, P; Ault, S K; Bragazzi, N L; Martini, M
Fonte: J Prev Med Hyg;57(3): E115-E120, 2016 Sep.
MEDLINE - Literatura Internacional em Ciências da Saúde PMID: 27980374
Resumo: Influenza is a highly infectious airborne disease with an important epidemiological and societal burden; annual epidemics and pandemics have occurred since ancient times, causing tens of millions of deaths. A hundred years after this virus was first isolated, influenza vaccines are an important influenza prevention strategy and the preparations used display good safety and tolerability profiles. Innovative tools, such as recombinant technologies and intra-dermal devices, are currently being (mais)
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Highly pathogenic avian influenza A(H5N8) outbreaks: protection and management of exposed people in Europe, 2014/15 and 2016.

Autor(es): Adlhoch, Cornelia; Brown, Ian H; Angelova, Svetla G; Bálint, Ádám; Bouwstra, Ruth; Buda, Silke; Castrucci, Maria R; Dabrera, Gavin; Dán, Ádám; Grund, Christian; Harder, Timm; van der Hoek, Wim; Krisztalovics, Katalin; Parry-Ford, Frances; Popescu, Rodica; Wallensten, Anders; Zdravkova, Anna; Zohari, Siamak; Tsolova, Svetla; Penttinen, Pasi
Fonte: Euro Surveill;21(49)2016 Dec 08.
MEDLINE - Literatura Internacional em Ciências da Saúde PMID: 27983512
Resumo: Introduction of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) virus A(H5N8) into Europe prompted animal and human health experts to implement protective measures to prevent transmission to humans. We describe the situation in 2016 and list public health measures and recommendations in place. We summarise critical interfaces identified during the A(H5N1) and A(H5N8) outbreaks in 2014/15. Rapid exchange of information between the animal and human health sectors is critical for a timely, effective and efficient response.
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Influenza Pandemics and Tuberculosis Mortality in 1889 and 1918: Analysis of Historical Data from Switzerland.

Autor(es): Zürcher, Kathrin; Zwahlen, Marcel; Ballif, Marie; Rieder, Hans L; Egger, Matthias; Fenner, Lukas
Fonte: PLoS One;11(10): e0162575, 2016.
MEDLINE - Literatura Internacional em Ciências da Saúde PMID: 27706149
Resumo: BACKGROUND: Tuberculosis (TB) mortality declined in the northern hemisphere over the last 200 years, but peaked during the Russian (1889) and the Spanish (1918) influenza pandemics. We studied the impact of these two pandemics on TB mortality. METHODS: We retrieved historic data from mortality registers for the city of Bern and countrywide for Switzerland. We used Poisson regression models to quantify the excess pulmonary TB (PTB) mortality attributable to influenza. RESULTS: Yearly PTB mor (mais)
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Perceptions on the risk communication strategy during the 2013 avian influenza A/H7N9 outbreak in humans in China: a focus group study.

Autor(es): Li, Richun; Xie, Ruiqian; Yang, Chong; Frost, Melinda
Fonte: Western Pac Surveill Response J;7(3): 21-28, 2016 Jul-Sep.
MEDLINE - Literatura Internacional em Ciências da Saúde PMID: 27757257
Resumo: OBJECTIVE: To identify the general public's perceptions of the overall risk communication strategy carried out by Chinese public health agencies during the first wave of avian influenza A(H7N9) outbreak in humans in 2013. METHODS: Participants were recruited from communities in Beijing, Lanzhou and Hangzhou, China in May and June 2013 by convenience sampling. Demographics and other relevant information were collected using a self-administered questionnaire. Focus group interviews were condu (mais)
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Dynamic Convergent Evolution Drives the Passage Adaptation across 48 Years' History of H3N2 Influenza Evolution.

Autor(es): Chen, Hui; Deng, Qiang; Ng, Sock Hoon; Lee, Raphael Tze Chuen; Maurer-Stroh, Sebastian; Zhai, Weiwei
Fonte: Mol Biol Evol;33(12): 3133-3143, 2016 Dec.
MEDLINE - Literatura Internacional em Ciências da Saúde PMID: 27604224
Resumo: Influenza viruses are often propagated in a diverse set of culturing media and additional substitutions known as passage adaptation can cause extra evolution in the target strain, leading to ineffective vaccines. Using 25,482 H3N2 HA1 sequences curated from Global Initiative on Sharing All Influenza Data and National Center for Biotechnology Information databases, we found that passage adaptation is a very dynamic process that changes over time and evolves in a seesaw like pattern. After cr (mais)
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Mortality and transmissibility patterns of the 1957 influenza pandemic in Maricopa County, Arizona.

Autor(es): Cobos, April J; Nelson, Clinton G; Jehn, Megan; Viboud, Cécile; Chowell, Gerardo
Fonte: BMC Infect Dis;16(1): 405, 2016 Aug 11.
MEDLINE - Literatura Internacional em Ciências da Saúde PMID: 27516082
Resumo: BACKGROUND: While prior studies have quantified the mortality burden of the 1957 H2N2 influenza pandemic at broad geographic regions in the United States, little is known about the pandemic impact at a local level. Here we focus on analyzing the transmissibility and mortality burden of this pandemic in Arizona, a setting where the dry climate was promoted as reducing respiratory illness transmission yet tuberculosis prevalence was high. METHODS: Using archival death certificates from 1954 t (mais)
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