MIFluFocus 1 5 06 146893 7

Transcript

1 aww Michigan Flu Focus Weekly Influenza Surveillance Report May 3 higan.gov [email protected] S Kim Editor Email: Editor: Sue Kim, MPH 30 Vol. 16; No. , 2019 Week Ending April 27 , 2019 │ WEEK 1 7 Michigan Influenza Activity No Activity Sporadic Local Regional Widespread *Clicking on the current activity level will direct you to the CDC webpage defining each activity level for the geographic spread of influenza Updates of Interest Source: CDC FluView The Michigan flu code has officially been decreased Influenza - associated Pediatric Mortality due from ‘Regional’ to ‘Local’ activity for Week 17 been has death One (1) pediatric influenza (A/H1N1 - 09) to overall lowered activity . confirmed by MDHHS for the 2018 - 2019 flu season. influenza - associated pediatric deaths Nationally, 101 See Michigan Influenza Activity (above), for an 2019 flu - have been reported thus far for the 2018 overview of flu activity definitions. season.

2 7 rveillance Sentinel Provider Su Week Ending April 2 25 2 total [C( ), N( Number of reports by region: )] 4 ), SW( 10 • 9 ), SE( 0.7 Pr • : 1.8%) * aseline regional b ( % ↓ oportion of visits due to ILI: A total of 60 patient visits due to ILI were reported out of • visits office 8,771 Regional baseline is developed by calculating the mean percentage of patient visits for ILI during * influenza weeks for the previous three seasons and adding two standard deviations. non - 2019 MI Statewide ILI NET and Syndromic Surveillance Rates, 2018 - 6.0 National ILI NET 5.0 Surveillance Syndromic 4.0 In the United States, 1.8 % of outpatient 3.0 visits were due to Rate - like illness influenza 2.0 below , which is (ILI) the national baseline 1.0 of 2.2%. 0.0 5-Jan 6-Oct 6-Apr 9-Feb 2-Feb 8-Dec 1-Dec 3-Nov 9-Mar 2-Mar 19-Jan 26-Jan 12-Jan 13-Oct 27-Oct 20-Oct 27-Apr 20-Apr 13-Apr 16-Feb 23-Feb 15-Dec 22-Dec 29-Dec 10-Nov 17-Nov 24-Nov 16-Mar 23-Mar 30-Mar Week Ending Become a sentinel provider! [email protected] ontact C Shelly Doebler at

3 Influenza 7 2 Week Ending April related Hospitalization Surveillance - Influenza Hospitalization Surveillance Project The CDC Influenza Hospitalization Surveillance Project (IHSP) provides population based rates of - related illness through active surveillance and chart review of - influenza hospitalization due to severe lab , for Clinton, Eaton, Ingham, Genesee, and - confirmed cases from Oct. 1, 201 8 until Apr. 30, 201 9 926 pediatric, ( 119 807 adult ) i nfluenza - related Washtenaw counti es. Since Oct. 1, there have been 9 season. 8 201 - hospitalizations reported in the catchment area for the 201 160 Total IHSP Cases 140 120 100 80 60 Number of Cases 40 20 0 5-Jan 6-Oct 6-Apr 9-Feb 2-Feb 1-Dec 8-Dec 3-Nov 9-Mar 2-Mar 4-May 12-Jan 26-Jan 19-Jan 13-Oct 20-Oct 27-Oct 27-Apr 20-Apr 13-Apr 16-Feb 23-Feb 29-Dec 15-Dec 22-Dec 10-Nov 17-Nov 24-Nov 30-Mar 16-Mar 23-Mar 2017-18 2016-17 2018-19 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2018 - Washtenaw County was added in 2017

4 2 Week Ending April Laboratory Surveillance 7 , C positive influenza results ( 31 MDHHS Bureau of Laboratories reported SW) 9 0 N, 10 SE, 12 new Michigan Sentinel Clinical Lab # Positive Respiratory Virus Results by Respiratory Virus Data Region Eight (8 C, 2 SE, 0 SW, 5 ) sentinel clinical labs ( 2017 - 18 Overall Respiratory Virus 1 N) reported during this week Total Total C N SW SE SE Region 149 80 434 57 23 2009 A/H1N1pdm 205 - low • Influenza A: ; moderate 579 Influenza A/H3 152 306 12 25 117 decreasing low - • Influenza B: moderate; Influenza B 2 11 11 10 220 34 decreasing Total 276 774 879 359 46 93 slightly elevated Parainfluenza: • RSV: sporadic • - low Adenovirus: low • 115 Influenza Positive Test Results, 2018 - 2019 110 • hMPV: slightly elevated 105 Central Region 100 decreasing lo • Influenza A: w; 95 FLU A, unsubtypable - low • slightly elevated Influenza B: 90 85 H1N1 • Parainfluenza: low 80 low RSV: • H3 75 sporadic Adenovirus: • 70 FLU B, no subtype 65 • hMPV: low Victoria 60 SW Region 55 Yamagata • Influenza A: no data available 50 45 • no data available Influenza B: 40 no data available Parainfluenza: • 35 • RSV: no data available 30 Number of Positive Specimens 25 no data available • Adenovirus: 20 no data available hMPV: • 15 North Region 10 • Influenza A: low 5 0 low • Influenza B: • Parainfluenza: no data available 5-Jan 6-Oct 6-Apr 9-Feb 2-Feb 1-Dec 8-Dec 3-Nov 9-Mar 2-Mar 4-May 12-Jan 19-Jan 26-Jan RSV: low • 27-Oct 20-Oct 13-Oct 27-Apr 20-Apr 13-Apr 23-Feb 16-Feb 15-Dec 29-Dec 22-Dec 10-Nov 17-Nov 24-Nov 16-Mar 23-Mar 30-Mar • Adenovirus: no data available Based on STARLIMS MDHHS BOL Testing Portal hMPV: no data available • Note: Flu B subtyping will be reported based on MDHHS BOL testing runs (roughly each month) and will be backtracked into this graph Most recent MDHHS BOL Flu B subtyping run: May 2, 2019

5 Congregate Setting Outbreaks 7 2 Week Ending April s s 1 eriod. , 1 SE, 0S W) reported to MDHHS during this time p , There were 3 new respiratory N viral outbreak C 1 s ( season are listed in the table below. 201 - 8 201 Respiratory outbreaks for the 9 Did you know? - 2017 2016 2017 - 2018 C Total SW Facility Type SE N Congregate setting outbreaks of Total Total viral respiratory illnesses are Schools: K - 12 & College 3 2 3 1 9 25 14 required to be reported to your - term Care / Assisted Living Long 138 238 18 56 4 21 13 Facility : local health department? See Healthcare Facility 0 0 1 2 3 4 1 0 Influenza Guidance for • 0 0 Daycare 0 4 0 0 3 Healthcare Providers 0 1 1 0 Homeless Shelter 0 0 1 Guideline for influenza and • 5 0 1 Correctional Facility 10 2 8 2 Respiratory Virus Outbreaks in 0 3 0 0 0 0 Other 0 Term Care Facilities Long - 270 25 75 195 15 11 24 Total FluBytes MDHHS Contributors • Bureau of Epidemiology and Population Health – Influenza Surveillance in the United States S. Bidol, MPH, S. Kim, MPH NIH Begins First Human Trials of Potential Universal Flu Vaccine • • 10 Years After the H1N1 Flu Pandemic M. Doebler, MPH – Bureau of Family Health Services • Increasing Inf luenza Vaccination in Health Care Workers • Flu Vaccine Tied to Lower Mortality in Heart Failure Patients B. Robeson, MT, V. Vavricka, MS – Bureau of Labs Flu Activity Surveillance Update National • For questions or to be added to the distribution list, Sue Kim [email protected] at please contact

Related documents