Clinical manifestations of influenza caused by A/H1N1v virus among children and teenagers consulted in general practice

@article{NitschOsuch2010ClinicalMO,
  title={Clinical manifestations of influenza caused by A/H1N1v virus among children and teenagers consulted in general practice},
  author={A. Nitsch-Osuch and E. Kuchar and E. Gyrczuk and A. Topczewska-Cabanek and K. Życińska and K. Wardyn},
  journal={European Journal of Medical Research},
  year={2010},
  volume={15},
  pages={105 - 107}
}
BackgroundChildren and young adults are more susceptible to pandemic A/H1N1v infection than older people. There are some publications concerning the course of the pandemic influenza among pediatric population but mostly from hospital or from emergency units. There are very few observations of the course of pandemic influenza from primary care settings.ObjectiveThe aim of the study was to describe clinical manifestations of influenza caused by a pandemic strain A/H1N1v among children and… Expand
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