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  • #16
    Influenza Report

    The report was published on 12 March 2015 reports the flu situation Week 10 (2 / 3-8 / 3).


    Summary Week 10, 2015

    Monitoring systems shows that the flu continues to decrease in Sweden. The number of cases of influenza A (H3N2) and A (H1N1) pdm09 has declined since week 8 and the increase of influenza B has leveled off. While the rest of Europe seen a decrease in influenza activity. In this week's special section you can learn more about what flying in the air.
    Read the full report for week 10, 2015 (PDF, 573 kB)
    What does the monitoring systems?

    This table summarizes surveillance data for each system. Learn more about the systems here.
    Monitoring system Current Week Change from
    previous week
    Laboratory-based
    surveillance
    864 influenza cases, including:
    36 A / H1N1pdm09
    535 other influenza A
    293 influenza B
    2855 analyzed samples
    30.3% positive
    Reduction
    Sentinel Sampling 30 cases, of which:
    3 A / H1NIpdm09
    21 A / H3N2
    1A, not subtypad
    0 B Victoria
    5 B-Yamagata
    72 samples,
    41.7% positive
    Reduction
    1177 Health Care Guide
    on telephone
    6.1% conversations about fever in children
    Normal activity
    UNCHANGED
    Web Search for influenza High activity Reduction
    Number of laboratory-confirmed influenza cases (all types) per week this season and previous seasons.

    Links

    http://www.folkhalsomyndigheten.se/a...luensarapport/

    Twitter: @RonanKelly13
    The views expressed are mine alone and do not represent the views of my employer or any other person or organization.

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    • #17
      Summary Week 11, 2015

      Influenza activity continues to decline in Sweden. During week 11 reported a similar number of cases of influenza A (H3N2) and influenza B. The incidence of influenza A (H3N2) has declined sharply last week, while the incidence of influenza B is unchanged.Even in the other Nordic countries and Europe seen a decrease in influenza activity.
      Read the full report for week 11, 2015 (PDF, 582 kB)
      What does the monitoring systems?

      This table summarizes surveillance data for each system. Learn more about the systems here.
      Monitoring system Current Week Change from
      previous week
      Laboratory-based
      surveillance
      722 influenza cases, including:
      45 A / H1N1pdm09
      372 other influenza A
      305 influenza B
      2587 analyzed samples
      27.9% positive
      Reduction
      Sentinel Sampling 34 cases, of which:
      3 A / H1NIpdm09
      16 A / H3N2
      0 B Victoria
      15 B-Yamagata
      68 samples were
      50% positive
      Unchanged
      1177 Health Care Guide
      on telephone
      5.4% conversations about fever in children
      Normal activity
      Reduction
      Web Search for influenza Medium activity Reduction
      Number of laboratory-confirmed influenza cases (all types) per week this season and previous seasons.

      http://www.folkhalsomyndigheten.se/a...luensarapport/

      Twitter: @RonanKelly13
      The views expressed are mine alone and do not represent the views of my employer or any other person or organization.

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      • #18
        Influenza Report

        The report was published on 26 March 2015 reports the flu situation Week 12 (16 / 3-22 / 3).


        Summary Week 12, 2015

        Influenza activity continues to decline across the country. The number of positive influenza B samples have dropped compared to last week and probably also the peak of influenza B is reached. Although the proportion of positive sentinel samples decreases. In the entire Nordic region and the rest of Europe declines flu.
        Read the full report for week 12, 2015 (PDF, 516 kB)
        What does the monitoring systems?

        This table summarizes surveillance data for each system. Learn more about the systems here.
        MONITORINGgssystem Current Week Change from
        previous week
        Laboratory-based
        surveillance
        526 influenza cases, including:
        28 A / H1N1pdm09
        208 other influenza A
        290 influenza B
        1912 analyzed samples
        27.5% positive
        Reduction
        Sentinel Sampling 16 cases, of which:
        0 A / H1NIpdm09
        3 A / H3N2
        0 B Victoria
        13 B-Yamagata
        41 samples were
        39% positive
        Reduction
        1177 Health Care Guide
        on telephone
        4.8% conversations about fever in children
        Normal activity
        Reduction
        Web Search for influenza Medium activity Reduction
        Number of laboratory-confirmed influenza cases (all types) per week this season and previous seasons.



        http://www.folkhalsomyndigheten.se/a...luensarapport/

        Twitter: @RonanKelly13
        The views expressed are mine alone and do not represent the views of my employer or any other person or organization.

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        • #19
          Influenza Report

          This report was published April 2, 2015 and reports the flu situation at week 13 (23 / 3-29 / 3).


          Summary Week 13, 2015

          All monitoring systems shows that influenza activity in Sweden declined significantly since the peak weeks 8-10. Influenza B is diagnosed contrast to the same extent as in the past four weeks. Influenza B now dominates in Sweden and elsewhere in Europe, which is not unusual at the end of the flu season. In other Nordic countries and Europe declines influenza activity slowly. In this week's special episode you can read more about the reported cases of influenza A (H1N1) pdm09, intense nursed flu patients and mortality.
          Read the full report for week 13, 2015 (PDF, 831 kB)
          What does the monitoring systems?

          This table summarizes surveillance data for each system. Learn more about the systems here.
          MONITORINGgssystem Current Week Change from
          previous week
          Laboratory-based
          surveillance
          541 influenza cases, including:
          25 A / H1N1pdm09
          192 other influenza A
          324 influenza B
          2033 analyzed samples
          26.6% positive
          Reduction
          Sentinel Sampling 23 cases, of which:
          0 A / H1NIpdm09
          6 A / H3N2
          0 B Victoria
          17 B-Yamagata
          46 samples were
          50% positive
          Unchanged
          1177 Health Care Guide
          on telephone
          4.7% conversations about fever in children
          Normal activity
          Unchanged
          Web Search for influenza Higher than past seasons Unchanged
          Number of laboratory-confirmed influenza cases (all types) per week this season and previous seasons.

          ...
          http://www.folkhalsomyndigheten.se/a...luensarapport/



          Twitter: @RonanKelly13
          The views expressed are mine alone and do not represent the views of my employer or any other person or organization.

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          • #20
            Influenza Report

            This report was published April 9, 2015 and reports the flu situation at week 14 (30 / 3-5 / 4).


            Summary Week 14, 2015

            Overall, flu continues to decrease in Sweden, although influenza B circulating unabated.The same pattern is also seen in the rest of Scandinavia and the rest of Europe. It is not uncommon for influenza B circulating at the end of the flu season. In this week's special episode you can read more about other causes of respiratory infections ("what flying in the air") and seasonal viruskaraktärisering.
            Read the full report for week 14, 2015 (PDF, 646 KB)
            Appendix 1. Phylogenetic tree of influenza A (H3N2) (PDF, 184 KB)
            Appendix 2. Phylogenetic tree of influenza A (H1N1) pdm09 (PDF document, 108 kB)
            Appendix 3. Phylogenetic tree for influenza B (PDF, 190 kB)
            What does the monitoring systems?

            This table summarizes surveillance data for each system. Learn more about the systems here.
            MONITORINGgssystem Current Week Change from
            previous week
            Laboratory-based
            surveillance
            448 influenza cases, including:
            22 A / H1N1pdm09
            124 other influenza A
            302 influenza B
            1683 analyzed samples
            26.6% positive
            Reduction
            Sentinel Sampling 9 cases, of which:
            0 A / H1NIpdm09
            2 A / H3N2
            0 B Victoria
            7 B-Yamagata
            22 samples,
            40.9% positive
            Reduction
            1177 Health Care Guide
            on telephone
            4.5% conversations about fever in children
            Normal activity
            Unchanged
            Web Search for influenza Higher than past seasons Unchanged
            Number of laboratory-confirmed influenza cases (all types) per week this season and previous seasons.

            http://www.folkhalsomyndigheten.se/a...luensarapport/



            Twitter: @RonanKelly13
            The views expressed are mine alone and do not represent the views of my employer or any other person or organization.

            Comment


            • #21
              Influenza Report

              This report issued on April 16 2015 and reported influenza situation in week 15 (6 / 4-12 / 4).


              Summary Week 15, 2015

              The flu continues to decline slowly in both Sweden and Europe. The total number of laboratory-confirmed cases and proportion of positive influenza A specimens continues to decline. Influenza B, however, continues to cause flu cases to the same extent as during the last six weeks and make the season extended. It is not uncommon for influenza B circulating the end of the flu season. The coming weeks, the number of flu cases continue to decline.
              Read the full report for week 15, 2015 (PDF, 556 kB)
              What does the monitoring systems?

              This table summarizes surveillance data for each system. Learn more about the systems here.
              MONITORINGgssystem Current Week Change from
              previous week
              Laboratory-based
              surveillance
              502 influenza cases, including:
              23A / H1N1pdm09
              148 other influenza A
              331 influenza B
              1693 analyzed samples
              29.7% positive
              Reduction
              Sentinel Sampling 9 cases, including:
              1 A / H1NIpdm09
              1 A / H3N2
              0 B Victoria
              7 B-Yamagata
              15 samples were
              60% ​​positive
              Unchanged
              1177 Health Care Guide
              on telephone
              4% conversations about fever in children
              Normal activity
              Reduction
              Web Search for influenza Low activity Reduction
              Number of laboratory-confirmed influenza cases (all types) per week this season and previous seasons.




              http://www.folkhalsomyndigheten.se/a...luensarapport/

              Twitter: @RonanKelly13
              The views expressed are mine alone and do not represent the views of my employer or any other person or organization.

              Comment

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