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High-dose Flu Vaccine Cuts Hospitalizations for Nursing Home Residents

12:27 EDT 2 Aug 2017 | Medscape

Compared with standard-dose influenza vaccination, high-dose influenza vaccination reduces the number of U.S. nursing home residents who require respiratory-related hospital admissions, according to results from a cluster-randomized trial.
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