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Treatment Pathway for Managing a Patient Who Presents to the ED With an Influenza-Like Illness December 17, 2018

Posted by Andy Jagoda, MD in : Feature Update , trackback

Patients presenting to the ED with “influenza-like illness” (cough, sore throat, fever) are typical in the fall and winter. How can you tell whether a patient might have influenza and infect others with a potentially dangerous strain?  Influenza can present with a wide range of nonspecific clinical signs and symptoms, making ED management challenging.

This clinical pathway will help you improve care in the management of patients who preset with an influenza-like illness. Download now.

Clinical Pathway for Managing a Patient Who Presents to the ED With an Influenza-Like Illness

 

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