Influenza Vaccination

From: Graber and Wilbur’s Family Medicine Examination and Board Review, 4th Edition: Infectious Diseases: Case 8.01

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Flu season is right around the corner and you are preparing your clinic for the onslaught. First things first … you need to know how much vaccine to order and who will be receiving it. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) annually publishes recommendations for administering influenza vaccine to the American public.

Question 1 of 5:

The CDC recommends vaccination for all of the following groups, EXCEPT:

A - Healthcare workers

B - Nursing home residents

C - Egg-allergic, febrile neonates

D - Diabetics

E - The elderly 


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