Influenza – What you need to know for 2018

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Whether you’re working in family practice, the emergency room, or urgent care – knowing this disease is a must! Today, you’ll learn:

– Can influenza lead to AFIB?
– Who’s at high risk for complications – don’t miss this population!
– Do we need labs or imaging for patients with influenza?
– How to identify the septic patient at the bedside
– What do we do with the high risk patient, with influenza, who presents after the 48 hour window?
– When can your patient return to work?
– Case studies to drive these concepts home

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Cover image source: By Yale Rosen from USA (Influenza pneumonia Uploaded by CFCF) [CC BY-SA 2.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons


Ahmed Toma says:

Very sorry for your loss my friend.

pfaffman100 says:

Sorry about your Father. Keep well.

Dan Pascut says:

Don't mean to be inflammatory, pun intended, but that mnemonic is the worst I've ever seen:)

Debbie Reyes says:

So sorry for your loss. "Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice
29  and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life," John 5:28 & 29.

Joshua Deschaine says:

I’m sorry to hear about your dad, Gray. I hope you and your family get through ok. We will pray for you and your family. Take care.

Lonnie Johnson says:

Sorry for your loss. Thank you for the video.

yvette wodan says:

sorry for your loss please take care of yourself first we will be here when you start with your weekly video.,

sophie ssk 95 says:

sorry for your loss i really enjoy watching your videos keep up the good work and may 2018 be a year full of happiness success and great things !!!

abdulla salman says:

I'm sorry for your loss

Giovanni Tagle says:

I'm so sorry for your loss. Thank you so much for the video! It was very informative.

Shawn McGee says:

Very sorry for your loss. Thank you for your contribution to our progress as providers.

megz31kb says:

Sorry for your loss I hope you get the strength to stay positiveEnjoyed watching your video..thanks a lot

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