Clinical, radiological and prognostic features of influenza cases in the influenza epidemic during years 2016-2017.

Conclusions: Often manifested as lower respiratory tract infection, influenza may cause epidemics with increased mortality rate. Influenza should be suspected when interstitial pattern was seen on radiological images. H1N1 cases course worse. Since the prognosis is better in vaccinated patients, seasonal influenza vaccination among the community needs to be elevated. In addition, protective measures like vaccination should be taken in pregnancy to avoid preterm delivery or abortion. PMID: 30246658 [PubMed - in process]
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