Literature review on individuals with neurologic or neurodevelopment conditions and risk of serious influenza-related complications .: HP40-211/2018E-PDF

“Neurologic or neurodevelopment conditions (NNCs) account for a substantial burden of disease globally and in Canada. Based on preliminary reviews of evidence, NACI has included children (since the 2015−2016 influenza season) and adults (since the 2016−2017 influenza season) with NNCs among the high-risk groups for whom influenza vaccination is particularly recommended. The present literature review was conducted to provide a rapid synthesis of the evidence to further inform NACI’s assessment regarding the inclusion of individuals with NNCs as a high-risk group for influenza-related complications”--Executive summary, p. 4.

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Publication information
Department/Agency Canada. Public Health Agency of Canada.
Canada. National Advisory Committee on Immunization.
Title Literature review on individuals with neurologic or neurodevelopment conditions and risk of serious influenza-related complications .
Variant title At head of title; Advisory committee review, National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI)
Publication type Monograph
Language [English]
Other language editions [French]
Format Electronic
Electronic document
Note(s) Issued also in French under title: Revue de la littérature portant sur les personnes atteintes de troubles neurologiques ou du développement neurologique et sur le risque de présenter de graves complications liées à la grippe
Cover title.
"Publication date: May 2018."
Prepared by: L. Zhao ... [et al.]. Cf. Acknowledgements.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 34-43).
Publishing information [Ottawa] : Public Health Agency of Canada,2018.
Description 148 p.
ISBN 9780660255569
Catalogue number
  • HP40-211/2018E-PDF
Departmental catalogue number 170495
Subject terms Immunization
Influenza
Nervous system--Diseases
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