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Volume 13, Number 3—March 2007

Research

Effectiveness of Neuraminidase Inhibitors for Preventing Staff Absenteeism during Pandemic Influenza

Vernon J. Lee*Comments to Author  and Mark I. Chen*

Author affiliations: *Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore;

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A) Modified SEIR (susceptible-exposed-infectious-removed) model for transmission of pandemic influenza within the general population and healthcare worker (HCW) subpopulation. B) Absenteeism among exposed HCWs.

Figure 1. A) Modified SEIR (susceptible-exposed-infectious-removed) model for transmission of pandemic influenza within the general population and healthcare worker (HCW) subpopulation. B) Absenteeism among exposed HCWs.

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