NATRSNorth American Technical Rescue Symposium (annual event)
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Nearly half of HAdV-7 detections (n = 62; 48.8%) in NATRS occurred during 2014 (Table 2) as a result of sampling and typing of specimens collected as part of the Oregon outbreak investigation.
Other common HAdV types reported to NATRS include HAdV-14, which was first documented in North American military populations in 2006 (2,10).
First, NATRS is a passive system that relies on voluntary participation from laboratories, and data might be biased by outbreak investigations and nonrandom sample selection for typing; therefore, types reported might not be representative of the HAdV types circulating nationally or regionally.