Influenza – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

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What is influenza? Influenza’s one of the most common infectious diseases, and is caused the influenza virus.

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roch reech says:

Im with the Flu, we both watched this over popcorn and hot tea, tea for the flu and I just burned by larynx and buccal epithelia so I dont feel anything, pop corn cuz osmosis is worth the hassle!

Bri R says:

Ayyyyy Alberta. My home province 🙂

MrLuLuca1 says:

Would it mean that the vaccination is not vegan?
Did someone hear about the vaccination that is against four, not three, strains?

Adnan A says:

I haven’t heard of a lot of these types before

Winter Hippo says:

I’m in grade 9 I don’t know why I find these videos so interesting, like I what am I doing.

Manik Hasan says:

Where's Adnan a.?

H Z says:

By far the most satisfying and simplest medical videos

Lamari Piazza says:

Video ideas:Sepsis herpes and toxoplasmosis and allergies.

How to Medicate says:

An other masterpiece! And a little advice for all you medical students; get the yearly flu vaccins. You will have more resistance yourself, and you will not spread it to your patients! Win-win?

Osmosis says:

Hi everyone, we've updated this video to improve some of the language!

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