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Fig. 1. From: Frailty is associated with impairment of vaccine-induced antibody response and increase in post-vaccination influenza infection in community-dwelling older adults.

Pre-vaccination screening and blood draw, TIV immunization, as well as post-vaccination blood draw and influenza surveillance.

Xu Yao, et al. Vaccine. ;29(31):5015-5021.
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Fig. 2. From: Frailty is associated with impairment of vaccine-induced antibody response and increase in post-vaccination influenza infection in community-dwelling older adults.

GMT ratios to H1N1, H3N2, and B strains in all study participants “All (n = 71)”, nonfrail (n = 22), prefrail (n = 32), and frail (n = 17) groups. p Values were derived from linear regression analysis for stepwise trend of decrease in nonfrail, prefrail, to frail study groups, adjusted for age.

Xu Yao, et al. Vaccine. ;29(31):5015-5021.
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Fig. 3. From: Frailty is associated with impairment of vaccine-induced antibody response and increase in post-vaccination influenza infection in community-dwelling older adults.

Rates of influenza-like illness (ILI) (A) and laboratory confirmed influenza infection (B) during post-vaccination season. p Values were obtained from logistic regression analysis for stepwise trend of increase in nonfrail, prefrail, to frail study groups, adjusted for age.

Xu Yao, et al. Vaccine. ;29(31):5015-5021.

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