Influenza complications adults

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July 8, 2019
influenza complications adults

В  sinus and ear infections are examples of moderate complications from flu, while pneumonia is a serious flu complication that can result from either influenza virus infection alone or from co-infection of flu virus and bacteria.

В  some people, however, are more likely to get flu complications that can result in hospitalization and sometimes death. Pneumonia, bronchitis, sinus infections and ear infections are examples of flu-related complications.

Even if youre usually healthy, the flu can knock you off your feet for days -- even weeks. And it doesnt always happen, but theres a chance that it could lead to more serious health.

В  during influenza season, complications of influenza may be difficult or impossible to distinguish from primary cardiac disease with incidental influenza. Recognizing the community level of influenza activity and the presence of prodromal symptoms of upper respiratory illness may help clinicians determine which patients require influenza testing.

В  the flu, caused by an influenza virus, is relatively common. Between a 290,000 to 650,000 people die from flu complications each year.

В  the purpose of this analysis was to describe and compare influenza-associated complications among adults hospitalized with h1n1pdm09 and seasonal influenza. Complications among children in this network have been previously described.

В  flu complications arent as common in younger people and those with a healthy immune system.

Influenza affects millions of people in the united states each year. Older patients are particularly at risk for infection, hospitalization, and death due to influenza-related complications, such.