AHDRA

AcronymDefinition
AHDRAAll Harley Drag Racing Association
AHDRAArabian Horse Distance Riding Association
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From October 3, 2010, to May 21, 2011, a total of 311 laboratory-confirmed, influenza-associated deaths were reported to CDC through AHDRA. The mean number of jurisdictions reporting influenza-associated deaths per week through AHDRA was 21 (range: 12-23).
Although influenza activity has been low nationwide, the first pediatric influenza-associated deaths of the 2010-11 season have been reported, and influenza-associated deaths also have been reported among adults through the AHDRA system.
Pneumonia- and influenza-associated deaths are monitored by the 122 Cities Mortality Reporting System and AHDRA. For the week ending March 27, 2010, pneumonia or influenza was reported as an underlying or contributing cause of death for 7.9% of all deaths reported through the 122 Cities Mortality Reporting System, slightly above the week-specific epidemic threshold of 7.8% ([dagger]) ([dagger]) but below the threshold for the preceding 7 weeks (Figure 3).
During August 30, 2009-March 27, 2010, a total of 2,096 deaths associated with laboratory-confirmed influenza virus infections were reported to CDC through AHDRA. The median number of states reporting laboratory-confirmed deaths each week to AHDRA was 36.
During August 30-January 9, a total of 1,779 deaths associated with laboratory-confirmed influenza virus infections were reported to CDC through AHDRA. The 1,779 laboratory-confirmed deaths are in addition to the 593 laboratory-confirmed deaths from 2009 H1N1 that were reported to CDC from April through August 30, 2009.
Influenza-associated deaths are monitored by the 122 Cities Mortality Reporting System and AHDRA. For the week ending October 31, pneumonia or influenza was reported as an underlying or contributing cause of death for 7.4% of all deaths reported through the 122 Cities Mortality Reporting System, above the week-specific epidemic threshold of 6.7% ([section])([section]) and the fifth consecutive week above the epidemic threshold.