influenza-like illness


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influenza-like illness

Abbreviation: ILI
Any disease of the respiratory tract that causes cough, fever, malaise, headache, sore throat, and fatigue. ILI can be caused by rhinoviruses, respiratory syncytial virus, coronaviruses, adenoviruses, rickettsia, and other infectious microorganisms.
See also: illness
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Outpatient Influenza-Like Illness Surveillance Network sites; National Center for Health Statistics, CDC; World Health Organization, FluNet; LaShondra Berman, Elisabeth Blanchard, Roxana Cintron, Juliana DaSilva, Juan De la Cruz, Angie Foust, Lizheng Guo, Norman Hassell, Shoshona Le, Ji Liu, Brian Lynch, Ewelina Lyszkowicz, Vasiliy Mishin, Janna Murray, Ha Nguyen, Kyung Park, Thomas Rowe, Sujatha Seenu, Samuel Shepard, Bo Shu, Catherine Smith, Thomas Stark, Alma Trujillo, Malania Wilson, Influenza Division, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, CDC.
It would logically separate women with actual H1N1 and those with influenza-like illness, and track the results of their pregnancies.
The incidence of influenza-like illness was 6.7 per 1,000 person-days for infants of mothers who had been vaccinated, compared with 7.2 per 1,000 person-days for infants of mothers who had not.
On 3 September 2003, the IDPH distributed a notice to infectious diseases physicians and infection control practitioners in the state recommending that the diagnosis of histoplasmosis be considered for patients with acute influenza-like illness who lived near or recently traveled to the area of the bridge site.
Percentage of visits for influenza-like illness (ILI)--U.S.
Estimated influenza virus attributable fraction (AF) and AF trends across age groups among outpatients with influenza-like illness, Klerksdorp and Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, May 2012-April 2016.
Major finding: Severe complications from complications of influenza-like illness occurred in 35.3% of children, and those with neurologic or neuromuscular conditions were four times more likely to develop complications.
Major Finding: The incidence of influenza-like illness was 6.7 per 1,000 person-days for infants of mothers who had been vaccinated, compared with 7.2 per 1,000 person-days for infants of mothers who had not.
During the flu season following their birth, 193 (17 percent) of infants were hospitalised for influenza-like illness, 412 (36 percent) had only an outpatient visit for a respiratory cause and 555 (48 percent) had no flu- or flu-like episodes.
School-based influenza immunizations can directly and indirectly lessen influenza-like illness, reported Dr.
A controlled study in long-term care hospitals has recently shown that staff vaccination programs were associated with reduced mortality in residents and reduced "proportions of patients developing suspected viral illness or influenza-like illness."[20]