NVSN

AcronymDefinition
NVSNNo Visible Serial Number (gun dealers)
NVSNNATO Voice Switching Network
NVSNNew Venture Support Networks (regional economic development)
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NVSN conducts active, prospective, population-based surveillance for ARI * among children and teens aged <18 years at seven U.S.
The 2 surveillance systems used in Davidson County to assess the impact of influenza disease were the New Vaccine Surveillance Network (NVSN) and the Emerging Infections Program (EIP).
Differences in the rate estimates between the NVSN and the EIP systems likely result from the different case-finding methods and the different populations monitored.
The end-of-season hospitalization rate for NVSN in the previous three seasons ranged from 3.5 (2006-07) to 7.0 (2004-05) per 10,000 children aged 0-4 years.
To summarize rotavirus activity through May 3, during the current 2007-08 season, CDC analyzed data from the National Respiratory and Enteric Virus Surveillance System (NREVSS) and the New Vaccine Surveillance Network (NVSN).
([section][section][section]) NVSN conducts surveillance in Monroe County, New York; Hamilton County, Ohio; and Davidson County, Tennessee.
([dagger][dagger][dagger]) NVSN conducts surveillance in Monroe County, New York; Hamilton County, Ohio; and Davidson County, Tennessee.
In years 2000-2006, the end-of-season hospitalization rate for NVSN ranged from 3.7 (2002-03) to 12 (2003-04) per 10,000 children aged 0-4 years.
Pediatric hospitalizations associated with laboratory-Confirmed influenza infections are monitored in two population-based surveillance networks, the Emerging Infections Program (EIP) and the New Vaccine Surveillance Network (NVSN).
In addition, no influenza-associated hospitalizations from the EIP or NVSN surveillance systems have been reported to CDC and no influenza-related pediatric deaths have been reported through the National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System.
During 2000-2005, the end-of-season hospitalization rate for NVSN ranged from 3.7 (2002-03) to 12.0 (2003-04) per 10,000 children aged 0-4 years.
During October 30, 2005--March 4, 2006, the preliminary laboratory-confirmed influenza-associated hospitalization rate for children aged 0-4 years in the New Vaccine Surveillance Network ([paragraph][paragraph]) (NVSN) was 2.1 per 10, 000.