Newer Guidelines for Influenza Testing This Season

09:53 EST 2 Jan 2018 | AHC Media

The California Department of Public Health and the CDC have recommended that, regardless of the results of prior rapid influenza testing, empiric therapy with a neuraminidase inhibitor should be administered promptly to patients hospitalized with influenza-like illness or suspected influenza.

Original Article: Newer Guidelines for Influenza Testing This Season


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