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by David K. Patterson

ePub Pandemic Influenza 1700-1900 download
Author:
David K. Patterson
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978-0847675128
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0847675122
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Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (June 28, 1986)
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Patterson, K. Pandemic Influenza 1700–1900. Assaad, . Bektimirov, . Ljungars-Esteves, . in: The Molekular Virology and Epidemiology of Influenza (C. H. Sheart-Harris, C. M. Potter, ed. Totowa, N. Rowman 1986Google Scholar. 5. Fine, . after Pyle, G. The Diffusion of Influenza Patterns and Paradigms, p. 2. 6. Hope-Simpson, R. Nature275, 86 (1978)Google Scholar. 7. Beveridge, W. I. Influenza, the Last Great Plague. London: Heinemann 1977Google Scholar. London: Academic Press 1984Google Scholar.

Napoleonic wars (Patterson, 1986). pandemics in the nineteenth century occurred in.

Influenza 1700–1900 AD. The geography and epidemiology of epidemics and pan-. demics from 1700–1900 is well surveyed in the literature. Beveridge, 1977; Patterson 1986). 26 outbreaks of influenza are recorded, the majority being. Napoleonic wars (Patterson, 1986).

Patterson, David K. Pandemic Inuenza, 1700–1900: A Study in Historical Epidemiology. INFLUENZA PANDEMIC, 1918–1919. Inuenza is a viral disease with a very high morbidity rate. Totowa, NJ: Rowman & Littleeld, 1986. Smith, F. B. The Russian Inuenza in the United Kingdom, 1889–94. Virulence varies from outbreak to outbreak because of the con-stantly shifting nature of the virus.

Influenza pandemics have been amongst the largest and the deadliest epidemics in the history of man, and were observed already in ancient . Rowman and Littlefield, 1986.

Influenza pandemics have been amongst the largest and the deadliest epidemics in the history of man, and were observed already in ancient times. For example, records from the fifth century . In Europe, during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, numerous concordant reports from different countries describe epidemics of respiratory infections that resemble influenza pandemics. However, it is not possible to be certain that these epidemics were due to influenza.

An influenza pandemic is an epidemic of an influenza virus that spreads on a worldwide scale and infects a large proportion of the world population. In contrast to the regular seasonal epidemics of influenza, these pandemics occur irregularly – there have been about 9 influenza pandemics during the last 300 years

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