MAARIMedically Attended Acute Respiratory Illness
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The Emory University research team found that influenza vaccine effectiveness against MAARI was decreased in statin users, compared with nonusers during periods of local (14.
A retrospective, clinic-based study conducted during 1998-2003 reported a nonsignificant trend towards fewer episodes of MAARI during one influenza season among vaccinated women compared with unvaccinated women and substantially fewer episodes of MAARI during the peak influenza season (152).
Influenza vaccine effectiveness in preventing MAARI among the elderly in nursing homes has been estimated at 20%-40%, but vaccination can be as much as 80% effective in preventing influenza-related death (165-168).