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Containing Pandemic Influenza with Antiviral Agents
American Journal of Epidemiology
For the first wave of pandemic influenza or a bioterrorist influenza attack, antiviral agents would be one of the few options to contain the epidemic in the United States until adequate supplies of vaccine were available. The authors use stochastic epidemic simulations to investigate the effectiveness of targeted antiviral prophylaxis to contain influenza. In this strategy, close contacts of suspected index influenza cases take antiviral agents prophylactically. The authors compare targeteddoi:10.1093/aje/kwh092 pmid:15033640 fatcat:6q6xz6nhsbf7hhmxn5dkawrbdi