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FIGURE 1

FIGURE 1. From: The Burden of Influenza in Young Children, 2004-2009.

Study population over 5 consecutive influenza seasons (November–April) from 2004 through 2009.

Katherine A. Poehling, et al. Pediatrics. 2013 February;131(2):207-216.
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FIGURE 2

FIGURE 2. From: The Burden of Influenza in Young Children, 2004-2009.

Influenza hospitalization rates per 1000 children <5 years of age with any influenza, influenza A, or influenza B, by influenza season (November–April). Line bars show the 95% confidence intervals for each rate.

Katherine A. Poehling, et al. Pediatrics. 2013 February;131(2):207-216.
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FIGURE 3. From: The Burden of Influenza in Young Children, 2004-2009.

Proportion of outpatient (ED and clinic) children <5 years of age with fever or acute respiratory illness who had any influenza, influenza A, or influenza B during the peak 13 weeks, by season. Line bars show the 95% confidence intervals for each proportion.

Katherine A. Poehling, et al. Pediatrics. 2013 February;131(2):207-216.
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FIGURE 4. From: The Burden of Influenza in Young Children, 2004-2009.

Proportion of influenza-negative children ≥6 months and <5 years of age who were (A) fully vaccinated or (B) received any vaccine against influenza, by influenza season (November–April) and setting. * Significant increase (P < .001) over time by Cochran-Armitage test for trend.

Katherine A. Poehling, et al. Pediatrics. 2013 February;131(2):207-216.

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