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Surveillance for Influenza Using Hospital Discharge Data May Underestimate the Burden of Influenza-Related Hospitalization

  • Deborah A. Williamson (a1), Q. Sue Huang (a2), Sally A. Roberts (a1), Cameron C. Grant (a1), Colin McArthur (a1) and Michael G. Baker (a3)...
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Department of Clinical Microbiology, Auckland District Health Board, Park Road, Grafton, Auckland, New Zealand (dwilliamson@adhb.govt.nz)
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