Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine / 2020 / Article / Tab 2

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Application of Optimal Control to Influenza Pneumonia Coinfection with Antiviral Resistance

Table 2

Description and values of the different parameters used.

ParameterDescriptionValueReference.

πRecruitment rate0.0381Assumed
Transmission rate of wild-type influenza strain0.0102 dayAssumed
Transmission rate of resistant influenza strain0.00026 dayAssumed
Transmission rate of pneumonia0.000162 dayReference [41]
Recovery rate of influenza for individuals in class0.07143 dayReference [42]
Recovery rate of influenza for individuals in class0.0333 dayAssumed
Recovery rate of influenza for individuals in class0.04762 dayReference [43].
Recovery rate of influenza for individuals in class0.0222 dayAssumed
Recovery rate of pneumonia for individuals in class0.033 dayReference [41]
Recovery rate of pneumonia for individuals in class0.033 dayReference [41]
Recovery rate of both influenza and pneumonia for individuals in class0.0166 dayAssumed
Recovery rate of both influenza and pneumonia for individuals in class0.0166 dayAssumed
Rate of losing immunity for influenza0.00833 dayReference [44]
Rate of losing immunity for pneumonia0.00833 dayAssumed
Rate of losing immunity for influenza pneumonia coinfection0.00833 dayAssumed
bRate of developing antiviral resistance0.0118Assumed
Wild-type influenza strain-induced death rate0.01Reference [45]
Resistant influenza strain-induced death rate0.021Assumed
class disease-induced death rate0.05Assumed
class disease-induced death rates0.05Assumed
Average human lifespan daysReference [46]

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