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Bryant Yang Jan 16
lessons from ID fellowship 1. get your 2. respect staph aureus 2 wks on service so far: 10 consults for flu, 9 on ECMO, 8 w/ 2ndary staph pneumonias, 3 w/ staph bacteremia. avg age: ~50 1/10 got the flu shot - hes the only one to leave the ICU.
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Eliza Tweetiatrician Varadi 1h
The is like a seatbelt. A seat belt doesn't prevent you from getting in a car accident but significantly decreases your risk of dying in one same with the flu shot it doesn't prevent you from getting the flu but significantly decreases your risk of dying.
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Dr. Nadia Alam Jan 15
“By 6 o’clock, she was gone,” her husband said. "Her entire body shut down, because of the infection." 💔 Too many people die of the . Get your . save lives.
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MDFiscusMD 8h
The best way to prevent complications of the is to get... a flu shot. You can still get the flu after being vaccinated, but are less likely to develop life-threatening complications. Although we're deep into flu season, it's still not too late to get a .
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Jeremy R. Hammond 20h
According to the 's own data, last season's had a NEGATIVE effectiveness for adults aged 18 to 64, indicating "higher odds of influenza among vaccinated compared with unvaccinated" patients. But won't tell you.
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striving4zen 1h
“Vaccination at its core is neither a safe nor an effective method of disease prevention” ~ Tetyana Obukhanych, PhD Immunologist
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Kay M. D. Jan 15
Please get your Influenza is not just a couple miserable days at home with a box of Kleenex. It is the deadliest vaccine preventable illness most of us will encounter.
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LotusOak Jan 15
A healthy, 9-year old girl was paralyzed by the is an auto-immune disease that occurs when the immune system "mistakenly attacks its own brain tissue," when responding to a or infection.
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Elyse Ashton Jan 15
I have a hangover today. Feel yucky & arm hurts. 🥺
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Cynthia Giuffria 🐎🐎🐎 56m
Luca — a charismatic, smart boy who was an “amazing” brother to his three sisters — had just turned 11 in December. His mother claims he was vaccinated against the virus. kills again.
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WRDSB PIC 7h
There is still time to get your !
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Talia C Jan 15
Quick! Demand a refund!!! 🥴🤡🥴🤡🥴 Hope that $5 gift card was worth it.
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Kristina E. Smith Jan 11
Hi all! You can get a at the following places in/around Canton: Health Department Ingles Pharmacy in Canton (under $50 w/o insurance) Walgreens Your Dr Office If you have health insurance, it should be no cost because it's considered preventative care.
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David Topa, MD Jan 16
Now seeing flu A and B (2 A and 6 B in those patients that we tested) so far this week. Get your if you haven’t already!
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striving4zen 21h
Local Facebook group a mom asked how many people got the flu shot and got the flu At least 50 responses of moms whose kids got the in Oct and kids got the flu in Dec / Jan No one gave it a second thought 🤔 I have completely underestimated the stupidity in this country
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Dr Sherri Tenpenny Jan 16
REST IN PEACE, LUCA 💔 After getting sick with the flu despite being vaccinated, 11-year-old Luca Calanni was taken to the hospital. He went into septic shock and eventually suffered fatal cardiac arrest. STORY:
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Marcus J 9h
Coma and lifelong neurological impairment from the Coma and lifelong neurological impairment from the Coma and lifelong neurological impairment from the
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LotusOak Jan 15
Read FLUZONE package insert, p.21: 0.5 mL dose from the multi-dose vial contains 25 mcg , 0.25 mL ( dose for 6-mon old & up) - 12.5 mcg. 25 mcg/ 0.5 ml = 50,000 ppb 250X more than TOXIC HAZARD level
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Wendy Hobson-Rohrer Jan 17
Please get your kids vaccinated
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Jonathon Hosea 7h
Get in the car loser we’re getting flu shots 💉 PSA it’s not too late to get a . Influenza is no joke and the vaccine will help prevent it AND lessen the severity if you do get it, which could save your life.
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