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Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness in Children at the Emergency Department during the 2018-2019 Season: the First Season School-aged Children Were Included in the Korean Influenza National Immunization Program

Yoon Y, Choi Js, Park M, Cho H, Park M, Huh HJ, Kim YJ, Son MH

Background: For the 2018–2019 season, the national influenza immunization program expanded to cover children aged from 6 months to 12 years in Korea. This study aimed to analyze vaccine effectiveness...
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Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness among Elementary School Students in Korea during the 2016-2017 Seasons: a Cross-Sectional Survey

Kim YM, Kang S, Lim JS, Kim DH

BACKGROUND: Annual vaccination is the principal way to reduce the mortality and morbidity associated with influenza. In the 2016–2017 influenza seasons, the influenza epidemic appeared to exhibit a different pattern...
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Association of the time that elapsed from last vaccination with protective effectiveness against foot-and-mouth disease in small ruminants

Elnekave E, Even-Tov B, Gelman B, Sharir B, Klement E

Routine and emergency vaccination of small ruminants against foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) is mandatory in many endemic countries, yet data on the field effectiveness of the vaccines used is scarce. We...
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Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Pandemic Influenza A(H1N1) 2009 Vaccine Based on an Outbreak Investigation During the 2010–2011 Season in Korean Military Camps

Kim KH, Choi YG, Yoon HB, Lee JW, Kim HW, Chu C, Park YJ

Objectives In December 2010, there was an outbreak of acute febrile respiratory disease in many Korean military camps that were not geographically related. A laboratory analysis confirmed a number of these...
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Using Stochastic Simulation Model Vaccine Effectiveness

Park HA, Peterson D, Gatewood L

  • KMID: 2210123
  • J Korean Soc Med Inform.
  • 1997 Dec;3(2):201-206.
Several measures for vaccine effectiveness have been proposed which go beyond the direct effectiveness measurement which measures the benefit of vaccination to the recipient. In this study, a Micropopulation, Monte-Carlo...
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