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Influenza Laboratory Confirmed Cases Reported to NYSDOH by Week and Type: 2014 - 15 Season

This is a chart based on Influenza Laboratory Confirmed Cases Reported to NYSDOH: Beginning 2009-10 Season.

Row numberCDC Week Week Ending DateSeasonTotal Influenza ReportedInfluenza AInfluenza BInfluenza Type Not SpecifiedRow ID
14010/04/20142014-20151910811440
24110/11/20142014-201529151311441
34210/18/20142014-201548281641442
44310/25/20142014-201537241211443
54411/01/20142014-201552341711444
64511/08/20142014-201564481421445
74611/15/20142014-201579631421446
84711/22/20142014-2015120942331447
94811/29/20142014-20151891632511448
104912/06/20142014-20153963841111449
115012/13/20142014-201581376835101450
125112/20/20142014-20152117207037101451
135212/27/20142014-20154065398961151452
145301/03/20152014-201546514529104181453
15101/10/20152014-20154404427599301501
16201/17/20152014-201542204084117191502
17301/24/20152014-201550964922146281503
18401/31/20152014-201548574673170141504
19502/07/20152014-201539083617257341505
20602/14/20152014-201532142903295161506
21702/21/20152014-201521271814302111507
22802/28/20152014-20151476115431571508
23903/07/20152014-20151173806357101509
241003/14/20152014-2015113559953151510
251103/21/20152014-2015112145066741511
261203/28/20152014-2015118937181531512
271304/04/20152014-2015100722578111513
281404/11/20152014-201592815777011514

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created Nov 07, 2013

updated Apr 13, 2015

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This chart shows the number of laboratory confirmed cases of influenza reported to NYSDOH by week and type of influenza. The chart includes clinical laboratory confirmed cases of influenza that meet the New York State Department of Health’s (NYS DOH) case definition of a positive result on any of the following influenza laboratory tests: Rapid antigen detection test (RAT), Viral culture, Reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) test, Direct immunofluorescence antibody staining (DFA) test, and Indirect immunofluorescence antibody staining (IFA) test. The default view of the chart shows laboratory confirmed cases of influenza for the 2013-14 influenza season. T Please see the overview document in the “About” section for more details about NYS DOH’s influenza case definition. The cases are reported weekly during the influenza season, which runs from October through May. For more information check out: http://www.health.ny.gov/diseases/communicable/influenza/surveillance/, or go to the “About” tab.

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New York State Department of Health
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http://www.health.ny.gov/diseases/communicable/influenza/surveillance/
Dataset Summary
Organization
Office of Public Health
Time Period
Beginning with the2009-10 Influenza Season
Posting Frequency
Weekly, mid-October through May
Data Frequency
Weekly, mid-October through May
Dataset Owner
Statistical Unit, Division of Epidemiology and Bureau of Communicable Disease Control, Division of Epidemiology
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Statewide (Includes cases occurring in all 57 counties in New York and the 5 boroughs of New York City)
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1) Data represents an underestimate of the number of influenza cases occurring each season, because many influenza patients do not visit a healthcare provider, are not tested, or are not tested by a full-service clinical laboratory. 2) Data includes reports of positive influenza rapid antigen detection tests which can have limited validity, especially when influenza is rare in the community. 3) Data does not include reports of positive influenza tests performed in healthcare providers’ offices unless performed under the auspices of a full-service clinical laboratory. 4) Data does not include positive serology tests unless both acute and convalescent serology specimens are tested and demonstrate at least a four-fold rise in antibody titer.
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