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  • New Mexico with Border Surveillance Wk 42-28, 1 Total Pediatric Death

    http://www.health.state.nm.us/flu/weekly_reports.shtml

    Influenza in the state was at low activity by several indicators:
    • Outpatient visits for influenza-like illness (ILI): Twenty-five of the 29 sentinel outpatient provider sites reported a total of 9,620 patient visits, of which 168 (1.7%) were identified as visits for ILI2. See graph below displaying the comparison of statewide ILI activity to national ILI activity
    • ILI Activity by State Health Regions: by NMDOH regions within the state (refer to page 3 table footnote defining the regions by county). Weekly ILI ranged from 1.0% (NE Region) to 4.1% (SE Region).
    • Laboratory tests for influenza: The Scientific Lab Division (SLD) has reported no respiratory samples positive for influenza by polymerase chain reaction (PCR) or culture for the week ending October 19, 2013.
    • Influenza-related deaths: There have been no laboratory confirmed influenza-related deaths, adult or pediatric, in New Mexico during the week ending October 19, 2013.
    • Geographic Spread of Influenza in the State: NMDOH reported the state influenza activity level as ‘Sporadic’ to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

    Border Surveillance:
    The border region includes 11 influenza sentinel surveillance sites within 100 kilometers (60 miles) of US/Mexico border. All sites in the Border Influenza Surveillance Network are community-based outpatient clinics that report the amount of influenza-like illness (ILI) 2 seen at each individual location on a weekly basis. All results from rapid tests conducted on-site and from specimens sent to a public health laboratory for testing are included. The sites reported a total of 4692 patient visits during this week, of which 12 (0.3%) were positive for ILI.
    There is no positive virologic activity to report during this week.
    The salvage of human life ought to be placed above barter and exchange ~ Louis Harris, 1918

  • #2
    Re: New Mexico with Border Surveillance Wk 42-43

    http://nmhealth.org/flu/weekly_reports.shtml

    Week 43, ending Oct 26

    Influenza in the state was at low activity by several indicators:
    • Outpatient visits for influenza-like illness (ILI): Twenty-eight of the 29 sentinel outpatient provider sites reported a total of 11,426 patient visits, of which 210 (1.8&#37 were identified as visits for ILI.

    • ILI Activity by State Health Regions: Weekly ILI ranged from 0.6% (NE Region) to 4.3% (SE Region).

    • Laboratory tests for influenza: The Scientific Lab Division (SLD) has reported no respiratory samples positive for influenza by polymerase chain reaction (PCR) or culture for the week ending October 26, 2013.

    • Influenza-related deaths: There have been no laboratory confirmed influenza-related deaths, adult or pediatric, in New Mexico during the week ending October 26, 2013.

    http://nmhealth.org/flu/WeeklyReport...g-20131026.pdf

    Border Surveillance for New Mexico and Mexico:

    All results from rapid tests conducted on-site and from specimens sent to a public health laboratory for testing are included. The sites reported a total of 4796 patient visits during this week, of which 9 (0.2%) were positive for ILI.

    Influenza activity in this border region is "sporadic".

    Five rapid tests were performed and one was positive for type A but not yet lab confirmed.

    http://nmhealth.org/flu/BorderReport...BISN-43-EN.pdf
    The salvage of human life ought to be placed above barter and exchange ~ Louis Harris, 1918

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    • #3
      Re: New Mexico with Border Surveillance Wk 42-43

      Week 46, ending Nov 16

      Influenza in the state: Sporadic

      • Outpatient visits for influenza-like illness (ILI): Twenty-six of the 29 sentinel outpatient provider sites reported a total of 9,847 patient visits, of which 244 (2.5%) were identified as visits for ILI. See graph below displaying the comparison of statewide ILI activity to national ILI activity.

      • Influenza-related deaths: There have been no laboratory confirmed influenza-related deaths, adult or pediatric, in New Mexico during the week ending November 16, 2013. Two pneumonia deaths in New Mexico were reported during the week ending November 16, 2013.

      http://nmhealth.org/flu/WeeklyReport...g-20131116.pdf

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      The border region is reporting on Week ending Nov 2...

      Influenza Activity: No activity
      Rapid Test Results for This Week: 8 tests performed, 0 positives

      http://nmhealth.org/flu/BorderReport...BISN-44-EN.pdf
      The salvage of human life ought to be placed above barter and exchange ~ Louis Harris, 1918

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      • #4
        Re: New Mexico with Border Surveillance Wk 42-48

        Week 48, ending Nov 30

        Geographic Spread of Influenza in the State: Sporadic

        Outpatient visits for influenza-like illness (ILI): Twenty-eight of the 29 sentinel outpatient provider sites reported a total of 8,296 patient visits, of which 200 (2.4%) were identified as visits for ILI.

        ILI Activity by State Health Regions: Weekly ILI ranged from 0.7% (NE Region) to 5.2% (SE Region).

        Laboratory tests for influenza: The Scientific Lab Division (SLD) reported one positive sample (Influenza A/H1N1) for influenza by polymerase chain reaction (PCR) since the start of the 2013/2014 influenza season.

        Influenza-related deaths: There have been no laboratory confirmed influenza-related deaths, adult or pediatric, in New Mexico during the week ending November 30, 2013. Four pneumonia deaths in New Mexico were reported since the start of the 2013/2014 influenza season.

        Influenza-related Hospitalizations: New Mexico has had nine cases (0.7/100,000 population) hospitalized for influenza to date for the 2013/2014 season. The highest rate (4.6/100,000 population) is in children aged 0-4 years old.

        http://www.health.state.nm.us/flu/We...g-20131130.pdf
        The salvage of human life ought to be placed above barter and exchange ~ Louis Harris, 1918

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        • #5
          Re: New Mexico with Border Surveillance Wk 42-49

          Week 49, ending Dec 7

          Geographic Spread of Influenza: Sporadic

          • Outpatient visits for influenza-like illness (ILI): Twenty-four of the 29 sentinel outpatient provider sites reported a total of 8,738 patient visits, of which 219 (2.5%) were identified as visits for ILI

          • ILI Activity by State Health Regions: Weekly ILI ranged from 0.5% (NE Region) to 5.9% (SE Region).

          • Laboratory tests for influenza: The Scientific Lab Division (SLD) reported three positive samples (Influenza A/H1N1) for influenza by polymerase chain reaction (PCR) since the start of the 2013/2014 influenza season.

          • Influenza-related deaths: There have been no laboratory confirmed influenza-related deaths, adult or pediatric, in New Mexico during the week ending December 7, 2013. Four pneumonia deaths in New Mexico were reported since the start of the 2013/2014 influenza season.

          http://www.health.state.nm.us/flu/We...g-20131207.pdf

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          Border surveillance has not been updated yet.
          The salvage of human life ought to be placed above barter and exchange ~ Louis Harris, 1918

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          • #6
            Re: New Mexico with Border Surveillance Wk 42-50

            Week 50, ending Dec 14

            Influenza activity: Low
            Geographic Spread of Influenza: Sporadic

            • Outpatient visits for influenza-like illness (ILI): Twenty-seven of the 29 sentinel outpatient provider sites reported a total of 10,074 patient visits, of which 270 (2.7%) were identified as visits for ILI.

            • Laboratory tests for influenza: The Scientific Lab Division (SLD) reported seven positive samples for Influenza A/H1N1 and one positive sample for Influenza A/H3 by polymerase chain reaction (PCR) since the start of the 2013/2014 influenza season.

            • Influenza-related deaths: There have been no laboratory confirmed influenza-related deaths, adult or pediatric, in New Mexico during the week ending December 14, 2013. Eighteen pneumonia deaths in New Mexico residents have been reported since the start of the 2013/2014 influenza season.

            http://www.health.state.nm.us/flu/We...g-20131214.pdf

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            Border Surveillance ending Nov 30:

            Influenza Activity Level: No Activity

            Chihuahua Patients with ILI this week: 5
            Laboratory Confirmed in Chihuahua, Cumulative: 0

            http://www.health.state.nm.us/flu/Bo...BISN-48-EN.pdf
            The salvage of human life ought to be placed above barter and exchange ~ Louis Harris, 1918

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            • #7
              Re: New Mexico with Border Surveillance Wk 42-51

              Week 51, ending Dec 21

              Influenza in the state was at low activity
              Graphic spread: Local

              • Twenty-two of the 29 sentinel outpatient provider sites reported a total of 11,779 patient visits, of which 310 (2.6%) were identified as visits for ILI.

              • ILI Activity by State Health Regions ranged from 1.0% (NE Region) to 7.1% (SE Region).

              • The Scientific Lab Division (SLD) reported eight positive samples for Influenza A/H1N1 and one positive sample for Influenza A/H3 by polymerase chain reaction (PCR) since the start of the 2013/2014 influenza season.

              • There have been no laboratory confirmed influenza-related deaths, adult or pediatric, in New Mexico during the week ending December 21, 2013.

              • Eighteen pneumonia deaths in New Mexico residents have been reported
              since the start of the 2013/2014 influenza season.

              http://nmhealth.org/flu/WeeklyReport...g-20131221.pdf

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              The US-Mexico Influenza Surveillance Network Weekly Update

              None since 11/30

              http://nmhealth.org/flu/weekly_reports.shtml
              The salvage of human life ought to be placed above barter and exchange ~ Louis Harris, 1918

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              • #8
                Re: New Mexico with Border Surveillance Wk 42-01

                Wk 01, ending Jan 4

                Influenza-related deaths:
                There has been one laboratory confirmed influenza-related death in an adult and eighteen pneumonia deaths in New Mexico residents reported since the start of the 2013/2014 influenza season.

                Outpatient visits for influenza-like illness (ILI):
                Twenty-four of the 29 sentinel outpatient provider sites reported a total of 8,817 patient visits, of which 621 (7.0%) were identified as visits for ILI.

                Laboratory tests for influenza:
                The Scientific Lab Division (SLD) reported 24 positive samples for Influenza A/H1N1 and three positive sample for Influenza A/H3 by polymerase chain reaction (PCR) since the start of the 2013/2014 influenza season.

                http://www.health.state.nm.us/flu/We...g-20140104.pdf
                The salvage of human life ought to be placed above barter and exchange ~ Louis Harris, 1918

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                • #9
                  Re: New Mexico with Border Surveillance Wk 42-02

                  Wk 02, ending Jan 11

                  Influenza-related deaths:
                  There has been one laboratory confirmed influenza-related death in an adult and thirty-two pneumonia deaths in New Mexico residents reported since the start of the 2013/2014 influenza season.

                  Influenza-related Hospitalizations:
                  laboratory-confirmed influenza-related hospitalizations in seven
                  New Mexico counties: Bernalillo, Chaves, Dona Ana, Grant, Luna, San Juan, and Santa Fe. Overall, 9 people per 100,000 population in New Mexico were hospitalized for influenza during the 2013-2014 flu season.

                  http://www.health.state.nm.us/flu/We...g-20140111.pdf
                  The salvage of human life ought to be placed above barter and exchange ~ Louis Harris, 1918

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