N.Y. hospitals see surge in patients fearing swine flu

05/22/2009 | NYTimes.com

Many parents worried about swine flu are bringing their sick children to hospital emergency department only to be sent home with advice to keep their youngsters in bed and give them lots of fluids. Hospital staff go through the process of checking patients but most are not tested for swine flu. Some hospitals have stopped testing children who don't have underlying medical conditions.

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