インフルエンザ2010年4月9日の記事  インフルエンザ

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New Study Finds ‘Regular’ Flu Shots Were Associated With An Almost 70% Increased Risk of Getting H1N1 in 2009

新たな見解:正規のインフルエンザ予防接種が、2009年の新型インフルエンザに罹患する確率を70%増加させる

April 9, 2010 by AshleyJordan235
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(HealthDay News) The traditional seasonal flu vaccine may have increased the risk of infection with pandemic H1N1 swine flu, according to the results of four new studies by Canadian researchers.

従来の季節性インフルエンザワクチンが、世界的に流行している豚インフルエンザに感染する危険性を増やしているかもしれない。カナダの研究者による4つの研究の結果によると、


In one study, the researchers used an ongoing sentinel monitoring system to assess the frequency of prior vaccination with the seasonal flu vaccine in people diagnosed with H1N1 swine flu in 2009 compared to people without swine flu. The researchers found that seasonal flu vaccination was associated with a 68 percent increased risk of getting swine flu.

ひとつの研究は、研究者は、2009年に発生した豚インフルエンザでないインフルエンザと豚インフルエンザとを、リンパ球監視システムを使用して、予防接種による発生率を評価した。その研究者は、季節性のインフルエンザワクチンは豚インフルエンザに感染する危険性を68%増加させると関連付けた。

The other three studies included additional case-control investigations in Ontario and Quebec, as well as a transmission study in 47 Quebec households that were hit with swine flu. In these studies, the researchers found that seasonal flu vaccination was associated with a 1.4- to 5.0-times greater risk of having swine flu.

他の3つの研究は、オンタリオ州とケベック州の追加の症例対象調査を含み、ケベック州の豚インフルエンザに見舞われたケベック州の47世帯も同じように伝えられた。
これら研究により、研究者は、季節性のインフルエンザワクチンは豚インフルエンザに感染するリスクを1.4〜5倍にすることと関連していることを発見した。

The studies, published April 6 in the online journal PLoS Medicine, don’t show whether there is a true cause-and-effect relationship between seasonal flu vaccination and subsequent swine flu illness, or whether the association was possibly due to a common factor among the people in the study, said principal investigator Danuta Skowronski, of the British Columbia Center for Disease Control in Vancouver, and colleagues.

この研究は、4月6日にオンラインジャーナルPLoS Medicineに公開され、季節性インフルエンザワクチンとその後の豚インフルエンザとの間に因果関係があるかどうか、また、その人々の間に共通の因子があるのか、は明示されていません。と、ブリティッシュコロンビア州疾病管理センターの主任調査官であるDanuta Skowronskiとその同僚は言った。

However, the findings may raise questions about the biological interactions between pre-existing and new pandemic influenza strains.
The researchers noted that the World Health Organization has recommended that protection against pandemic swine flu be included in future seasonal flu vaccines. This will provide direct protection against pandemic swine flu and eliminate any risk that may have been due to the 2009 seasonal vaccine, which did not include protection against swine flu.

しかしながら、この研究の結果は、従来のインフルエンザと世界的流行の新型インフルエンザとの間の生物学的相互作用について問題を提起しました。その研究者は指摘しています。豚インフルエンザに対する防御は、今後の季節性インフルエンザに含まれているので、世界保健機構は推奨していると。流行の豚インフルエンザに対する防御を直接提供しすべて危険を排除できる可能性があるからです。これは、2009年の季節性インフルエンザワクチンには、どの豚インフルエンザに対する防御も含まれていません。

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Did 'Regular' Flu Shot Up Risks for H1N1 Flu?

従来のインフルエンザワクチンが新型インフルエンザの感染リスクを高める?

Those who got seasonal vaccine were at higher risk, study found, but that shouldn't affect immunization next season
-- Robert Preidt

それらの季節性インフルエンザワクチンの危険性が高いことがわかった。しかし、それは、来年の予防接種には影響するべきではありあません。
以下同文

TUESDAY, April 6 (HealthDay News) The traditional seasonal flu vaccine may have increased the risk of infection with pandemic H1N1 swine flu, according to the results of four new studies by Canadian researchers.
In one study, the researchers used an ongoing sentinel monitoring system to assess the frequency of prior vaccination with the seasonal flu vaccine in people diagnosed with H1N1 swine flu in 2009 compared to people without swine flu. The researchers found that seasonal flu vaccination was associated with a 68 percent increased risk of getting swine flu.
The other three studies included additional case-control investigations in Ontario and Quebec, as well as a transmission study in 47 Quebec households that were hit with swine flu. In these studies, the researchers found that seasonal flu vaccination was associated with a 1.4- to 5.0-times greater risk of having swine flu.
The studies, published April 6 in the online journal PLoS Medicine, don't show whether there is a true cause-and-effect relationship between seasonal flu vaccination and subsequent swine flu illness, or whether the association was possibly due to a common factor among the people in the study, said principal investigator Danuta Skowronski, of the British Columbia Center for Disease Control in Vancouver, and colleagues.
However, the findings may raise questions about the biological interactions between pre-existing and new pandemic influenza strains.
The researchers noted that the World Health Organization has recommended that protection against pandemic swine flu be included in future seasonal flu vaccines. This will provide direct protection against pandemic swine flu and eliminate any risk that may have been due to the 2009 seasonal vaccine, which did not include protection against swine flu.
More information
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has more about the H1N1 flu.
SOURCE: Public Library of Science, news release, April 6, 2010
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