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Interval between H1N1 symptom onset, antiviral treatment affects ICU risk.(INFECTIOUS DISEASES): An article from: Family Practice News [HTML] [Digital]

Miriam E. Tucker

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The time interval between the onset of symptoms and antiviral treatment was the strongest predictor of intensive care admission for severe infection with 2009 pandemic influenza A(H1N1) and increased the risk for ICU admission up to eightfold in a cumulative case-control study of 795 patients in Manitoba, Canada.

Other predictors of ICU admission, compared with more mild disease cared for in the community, included First Nations ethnicity and the presence of a medical comorbidity, said Dr. Ryan Zarychanski of the University of Manitoba, and his associates.


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