Tuberculosis screening results may differ depending on blood draw methods.
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Adults with influenza were more likely to be hospitalized if they were underweight or morbidly obese compared with normal-weight adults.
Adults hospitalized for pneumonia who received an influenza vaccination during their stay were less likely to seroconvert if they had diabetes, bacterial detection, baseline seropositive titers for influenza B, or influenza vaccination in the previous season.
Patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome and confirmed influenza diagnosis treated ≤6 hours with oseltamivir had reduced length of hospital stay and a lower rate of mortality.
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