Breakthroughs in Influenza Treatment Education Center

Influenza season takes place every year in the United States between late autumn and early spring, according to the CDC. While vaccination against influenza is the primary prevention method for the contagious respiratory virus, harsher flu seasons can leave physicians with the herculean task of treating this debilitating sickness. The CDC reported that last year's flu season was the highest on record since 2009's H1N1 strain, with an estimated 48.8 million people getting sick with influenza.

This education center is intended to keep clinicians and physicians treating patients with influenza up to date on the latest breaking news in antiviral therapy,  influenza vaccine administration, and more.

 

 

Evidence of Aspergillosis Found in Hospitalized Patients with Influenza

Evidence of Aspergillosis Found in Hospitalized Patients with Influenza

Invasive aspergillosis primarily affects immunosuppressed persons, but the fungal condition also has been observed in immunocompetent patients with severe influenza...
Many High-Risk Patients With COPD Fail to Receive Influenza Vaccine, Antiviral Treatment

Many High-Risk Patients With COPD Fail to Receive Influenza Vaccine, Antiviral Treatment

Influenza can be especially dangerous for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) patients. A study detailed elevated risks of death, critical illness, and hospitalization with flu infection in those patients...
Flu Immunization Found to be Most Cost-Effective Vaccine in Adults

Flu Immunization Found to be Most Cost-Effective Vaccine in Adults

The influenza vaccine not only prevents millions of flu illnesses each year and dramatically decreases infection severity in those who are immunized, it does so cost-effectively...
Subway Train Travel Linked to Spread of Influenza-Like Illnesses

Subway Train Travel Linked to Spread of Influenza-Like Illnesses

While long suspected, the role of public transportation in the spread of influenza-like illness has not been proven until now...
New Guidelines Recommend Immediate Antiviral Use in Influenza Patients at High-Risk

New Guidelines Recommend Immediate Antiviral Use in Influenza Patients at High-Risk

Immediate antiviral treatment is recommended for patients at high risk for complications from influenza, including pregnant women and the extremely obese...

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