2009년 인플루엔자 대유행 중 인플루엔자 진료소 방문자의 연령 분포 변화

Title
2009년 인플루엔자 대유행 중 인플루엔자 진료소 방문자의 연령 분포 변화
Other Titles
Trend in Age Distribution of Visitors to Flu-clinics during the Pandemic Influenza (H1N1 2009)
Author(s)
허지안김백남[김백남]곽이경[곽이경]문치숙[문치숙]김연숙[김연숙]김의석[김의석]배인규[배인규]염준섭[염준섭]이창섭[이창섭]
Keywords
Influenza; Influenza A (H1N1); Pandemic
Issue Date
201004
Publisher
대한감염학회
Citation
Infection and Chemotherapy, v.42, no.2, pp.90 - 94
Abstract
The pandemic influenza (H1N1 2009) virus, after being introduced in Korea in April, 2009, spread rapidly nationwide in mid-2009. This study was conducted to characterize trend in age distribution of visitors to Flu-clinics during the pandemic. Demographic, clinical and laboratory data of visitors to flu clinic from Week 36to 52 (August 30 to December 26) of 2009 were retrieved and collected from electronic databases at 9 hospitals. Visitors 0-6, 7-12, 13-18, 19-29, 30-64, and 65years or more of age were classified into group I to VI, respectively. A total of 107,467visitors were seen at Flu-clinics for a 17-week study period. Of those, 32,485 were laboratory-confirmed. Antivirals were prescribed for 62,533 visitors. Numbers of visits, prescriptions of antivirals, and laboratory-confirmed cases of the pandemic influenza (H1N1 2009) peaked at Week 44. A large number of visits by group II and III were followed by those of group I and V, especially around the peak. Numbers of visits by group VI were lowest in all hospitals. In some hospitals, higher number of visits lasted longer in children than in adults while vice versa in other hospitals depending on the location. In summary, the pandemic influenza (H1N1 2009)was presumed to peak in late October and involved majorly children and students in Korea. Unique age distribution of visitors to flu clinic was observed in some hospitals.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/22548
ISSN
1598-8112
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