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Influenza Population-based Hospitalization Surveillance Project (ihsp).

Tenders are invited for Influenza Population-Based Hospitalization Surveillance Project (IHSP)

The objectives of the Influenza Population-Based Hospitalization Surveillance Project (IHSP) are to:

1. Calculate laboratory-confirmed influenza hospitalization rates that can be examined by race/ethnicity, sex, and age group in a timely manner.

2. Describe the temporal trends of laboratory-confirmed influenza hospitalization by influenza type and subtype.

3. Collect clinical and epidemiologic information, including co-morbid conditions and antiviral usage, for each laboratory-confirmed case in order to describe the course of influenza disease (e.g., severe illness and influenza-associated complications) among persons hospitalized with influenza.

4. Assess patient specific vaccination status.

5. Examine etiologic agents associated with severe bacterial illness, including pneumonia among influenza-infected patients.

6. Assess the completeness of case ascertainment of this population-based hospitalization surveillance system.


Address : 2635 Century Parkway Ne | Suite 700

Atlanta, Ga 30345

Country :United States

Email :

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Notice type : Tender Notice

Open date : 2019-07-29

Project name : Influenza population-based hospitalization surveillance project (ihsp)

Tender documents : T445605392.pdf

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Date:Jul 11, 2019
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