lunes, 14 de abril de 2014

CDC Influenza News and Highlights

CDC Influenza News and Highlights

CDC Flu Data

Report estimates flu illnesses and hospitalizations prevented by vaccination last season


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CDC Influenza Application

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Influenza Surveillance Data the Way You Want it!

What's New

Weekly Influenza Surveillance

Flu activity is low in the United States, but some flu illness is still being reported. CDC recommends that vaccination efforts continue as long as flu viruses are spreading. And remember that flu antiviral drugs are a second line of defense to treat flu illness. People athigh risk of serious flu illness should call a health care provider if they get flu symptoms.

What You Should Know for the 2013-2014 Season

Have You Heard: CDC Recommendations for Influenza Antiviral Medications Remain Unchanged

 National Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies CoalitionApril 10, 2014 -- CDC continues to recommend the use of the neuraminidase inhibitor antiviral drugs (oral oseltamivir and inhaled zanamivir) as an important adjunct to influenza vaccination in the treatment of influenza. CDC's current influenza antiviral recommendations are available on theCDC website and are based on all available data, including the most recent Cochrane report, about the benefits of antiviral drugs in treating influenza.

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