No evidence of increasing Haemophilus influenzae non-b infection in Australian Aboriginal children
BACKGROUND High, or increasing, rates of invasive Haemophilus influenzae (Hi) type a disease have been reported from North American native children from circumpolar regions, raising the question of serotype replacement being driven by vaccination against Hi type b (Hib). Indigenous Australians from remote areas had high rates of invasive Hib disease in the past, comparable to those in North American Indigenous populations. OBJECTIVE Evaluate incidence rates of invasive Hi (overall and by...[Show more]
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