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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
51903/01/20142013-2014104782521571409
521003/08/20142013-20141060708342101410
531103/15/20142013-2014127563263581411
541203/22/20142013-2014152762689381412
551303/29/20142013-201421177521345201413
561404/05/20142013-201425929561618181414
571504/12/20142013-201425629291619141415
581604/19/20142013-20141908695120491416
591704/26/20142013-2014123642280681417
601805/03/20142013-201492832360231418
611905/10/20142013-201461419641621419
622005/17/20142013-201442215626511420
634010/06/20122012-2013106401240
644110/13/20122012-2013178721241
654210/20/20122012-20133528701242
664310/27/20122012-20135751601243
674411/03/20122012-201349371111244
684511/10/20122012-20131371231401245
694611/17/20122012-20132992801901246
704711/24/20122012-20134924682401247
714812/01/20122012-2013106410263801248
724912/08/20122012-2013179117048341249
735012/15/20122012-2013279326929651250
745112/22/20122012-20133973382914221251
755212/29/20122012-20134347413720191252
76101/05/20132012-20134089390218251301
77201/12/20132012-201343704097260131302
78301/19/20132012-201352894808436451303
79401/26/20132012-201329862499452351304
80502/02/20132012-201321851655495351305
81602/09/20132012-20131604994591191306
82702/16/20132012-20131460620824161307
83802/23/20132012-20131232399812211308
84903/02/20132012-20131159285858161309
851003/09/20132012-2013996211770151310
861103/16/20132012-2013989155820141311
871203/23/20132012-201396113482341312
881303/30/20132012-20139088281971313
891404/06/20132012-20137208263171314
901504/13/20132012-20135214747221315
911604/20/20132012-20133193228701316
921704/27/20132012-20132052218031317
931805/04/20132012-20131622813311318
941905/11/20132012-2013106188711319
952005/18/20132012-20137997001320
964010/08/20112011-201282511140
974110/15/20112011-20121010001141
984210/22/20112011-2012104601142
994310/29/20112011-20121611501143
1004411/05/20112011-201297201144

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created Aug 29, 2013

updated Apr 21, 2015

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This dataset 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. 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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http://www.health.ny.gov/diseases/communicable/influenza/surveillance/
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Office of Public Health
Time Period
Beginning with the 2009-10 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
Coverage
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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