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Volume 18, Number 2—February 2012

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Invasive Pneumococcal Pneumonia and Respiratory Virus Co-infections

Hong Zhou1, Michael HaberComments to Author , Susan Ray, Monica M. Farley, Catherine A. Panozzo, and Keith P. Klugman
Author affiliations: Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (H. Zhou, M. Haber, S. Ray, M.M. Farley, K.P. Klugman); University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA (C.A. Panozzo)

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Trends for invasive pneumococcal pneumonia, virus, and climate data for 1998–99 (A) and 2003–04 (B), United States. IPP, invasive pneumococcal disease; influenza percent, percentage of influenza virus–positive isolates out of all influenza specimens; RSV, respiratory syncytial virus; RSV percent, percentage of RSV-positive isolates out of all RSV specimens.

Figure. Trends for invasive pneumococcal pneumonia, virus, and climate data for 1998–99 (A) and 2003–04 (B), United States. IPP, invasive pneumococcal disease; influenza percent, percentage of influenza virus–positive isolates out of all influenza specimens; RSV, respiratory syncytial virus; RSV percent, percentage of RSV-positive isolates out of all RSV specimens.

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1Current affiliation: Columbus Technologies and Services, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

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