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Epidemiological surveillance of meningococcal infection and predicting the development of the epidemic process

, : Epidemiological surveillance of meningococcal infection and predicting the development of the epidemic process. Zhurnal Mikrobiologii Epidemiologii i Immunobiologii (11): 13-16

The signs necessary for the prognostication of the development of the epidemic process have been formulated on the basis of the epidemiological analysis of materials obtained in the process of trials of the system for the surveillance of meningococcal infecton with the use of previously established characteristics. The data on the prevalence of meningococcal infection among different age groups and on the seasonal distribution of the infection as well as on the serogroups of meningococci isolated from patients, have been shown to be of importance for prognostication.

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