Study: H7N9 influenza led to critical illness in most patients

04/26/2013 | Medscape (free registration)

Data on 82 patients with H7N9 influenza show most of them became critically ill, according to researchers from the CDC and China. The report in the New England Journal of Medicine said the cases were epidemiologically unrelated but that data showed 77% had a recent animal exposure.

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