Human influenza A virus infections in rural communities in Indonesia: a small area spatial analysis
In Indonesia, although the number of human fatalities from avian influenza is the largest globally, human influenza A is not a priority. There have been no studies on influenza A's burden, its risk factors, and its geographical distribution in the community. This information is important for the disease control and prevention. The aim of this dissertation is to explore the ecological risk factors of human influenza A infections and its influence on the disease spatial patterns, and to predict the disease spatial burden in rural Indonesia. I conducted influenza A passive surveillance study in ...
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Simoes, Eric A. F.
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