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Volume 25, Number 11—November 2019

Seasonal Influenza and Avian Influenza A(H5N1) Virus Surveillance among Inpatients and Outpatients, East Jakarta, Indonesia, 2011–2014

Kathryn E. Lafond1Comments to Author , Catharina Y. Praptiningsih1, Amalya Mangiri, Misriyah Syarif, Romadona Triada, Ester Mulyadi, Chita Septiawati, Vivi Setiawaty, Gina Samaan, Aaron D. Storms, Timothy M. Uyeki, and A. Danielle Iuliano
Author affiliations: University of Tampere, Tampere, Finland (K.E. Lafond); US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (K.E. Lafond, A.D. Storms, T.M. Uyeki, A.D. Iuliano); US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Jakarta, Indonesia (C.Y. Praptiningsih, A. Mangiri, E. Mulyadi); Ministry of Health, Jakarta (M. Syarif, R. Triada, C. Septiawati, V. Setiawaty); Australian National University, Canberra, Capital Territory, Australia (G. Samaan)

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Table 4

Characteristics of SARI case-patients with severe influenza, East Jakarta, Indonesia, October 2011–September 2014*

Case-patient no. Age, y/sex Influenza virus detected Diagnosis Influenza vaccine in previous year Underlying conditions ICU or HCU admission Outcome
1 50/M A(H3N2) Suspected A(H5N1) infection No Smoker, diabetes, heart disease Yes Recovered
2 33/M A(H5N1) Pneumonia No Obesity Unknown Died
3 83/M B Pneumonia No Smoker, diabetes, heart disease, asthma No Died
4 70/M A(H3N2) Pneumonia No Smoker No Died
5 66/M A(H1N1)pdm09 Pneumonia Unknown Unknown Yes Died
6 0.5/F B Pneumonia No None recorded Yes Referred
7 1/M A(H3N2) Pneumonia No None recorded Yes Recovered
8 2/F A(H1N1)pdm09 Febrile illness No None recorded No Died
9 64/F A(H3N2) Febrile illness No Diabetes, heart disease, asthma No Died
10 59/M A(H3N2) Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease No Smoker, kidney disease, asthma No Died
11 62/M A(H3N2) Congestive heart failure exacerbation No Smoker, heart disease, chronic lung disease No Died
12 39/M A(H1N1)pdm09 Suspected A(H5N1) infection No Smoker Yes Died
13 63/F A(H1N1)pdm09 Tuberculosis No Tuberculosis, asthma No Died
14 1/M A(H1N1)pdm09 Anemia, malnutrition No None recorded Yes Recovered

*SARI was defined as stated in the text. SARI case-patients with severe influenza were those who were admitted into the HCU or ICU, died, or both as a result of influenza virus infection. HCU, high care unit; ICU, intensive care unit; SARI, severe acute respiratory infection.

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1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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