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Title: Quantifying the Impact of Maternal Influenza Vaccination: Beyond Laboratory-Confirmed Efficacy
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Other Titles: Quantifying the Impact of Maternal Influenza Vaccination
External Resource/s: Full Text
Authors: Neuzil, Kathleen
Date: 2018
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.
Citation: Neuzil, KM. (2018). Quantifying the Impact of Maternal Influenza Vaccination: Beyond Laboratory-Confirmed Efficacy. Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal, (Publish Ahead of Print), DOI: 10.1097/INF.0000000000001967, PMID: 29485522
Subject Keywords: Infant, Newborn--immunology
Influenza, Human--prevention & control
Influenza Vaccines
Pneumonia--prevention & control
Pregnancy--immunology
Mali
Nepal
South Africa
Description: Accepted manuscript of article discussing the results of 3 clinical trials testing the efficacy of influenza vaccination of pregnant women between 2011 and 2014 in South Africa, Mali, and Nepal
Type: Manuscript
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