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Volume 20, Number 9—September 2014

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Risk Factors for Severe Influenza A–Related Pneumonia in Adult Cohort, Mexico, 2013–14

Alejandro Gómez-GómezComments to Author , Martin Magaña-Aquino, Sofía Bernal-Silva, Javier Araujo-Meléndez, Andreu Comas-García, Emma Alonso-Zúñiga, Eliana Torres-Torres, and Daniel E. Noyola
Author affiliations: Hospital Central “Dr. Ignacio Morones Prieto,” San Luis Potosí, Mexico (A. Gómez-Gómez, M. Magaña-Aquino, J. Araujo-Meléndez); Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública, Cuernavaca, Mexico (A. Comas-García); Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí (A. Gómez-Gómez, M. Magaña-Aquino, S. Bernal-Silva, J. Araujo-Meléndez, E. Alonso-Zúñiga, E. Torres-Torres, D. E. Noyola)

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A) Proportion of patients with confirmed influenza pneumonia that required mechanical ventilation according to the duration of symptomatology on admission (0–4 days versus >5 days) during the 2009–10 pandemic and 2013–14 season. B) Mortality rate within 5 days of admission according to the duration of symptomatology on admission during the 2009–10 pandemic and 2013–14.

Figure 2. A) Proportion of patients with confirmed influenza pneumonia that required mechanical ventilation according to the duration of symptoms on admission (0–4 days versus >5 days) during the 2009–10 pandemic and 2013–14 season. B) Mortality rate within 5 days of admission according to the duration of symptoms on admission during the 2009–10 pandemic and 2013–14.

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