endemic influenza

en·dem·ic in·flu·en·za

influenza, usually of a less severe type, occurring with some degree of regularity during the winter season, especially in the larger cities of the world.
Synonym(s): influenza nostras

en·dem·ic in·flu·en·za

(en-demik inflū-enză)
Influenza occurring with some degree of regularity during the winter.
Synonym(s): influenza nostras.
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More serious attention to surveillance and planning and a wider role of vaccine prevention for seasonal or endemic influenza has been advocated by some authorities, (51) primarily for selected high-risk groups, especially pregnant women.
The planning process for controlling pandemic influenza and persisting serious endemic influenza requires consideration of global, national and local responses.
Multiple reassortment between pandemic (H1N1) 2009 and endemic influenza viruses in pigs, United States.
Multiple re-assortment between pandemic (H1N1) 2009 and endemic influenza viruses in pigs, United States.
With the arrival of the delayed south-west monsoon rainy season, spread is likely to be widespread--and may subsequently continue as endemic influenza for an unpredictable duration.
In the present pandemic, case-based diagnosis of aetiology of all cases, against a background of not diagnosing endemic influenza and its seasonal distribution, was indicative of lost direction (5).
Infections other than influenza should be considered during a pandemic and during an endemic influenza season to facilitate the diagnosis of illness and treatment of patients with complications or severe respiratory infections.
Discovery of influenza viruses in the early 1930s ignited a search to understand the epidemiology of pandemic/ endemic influenza.