ilgllaoene : vrey moncom in vdecdana eag, ,OPCD mpuiosenrsumsped pietsnat dan " gnoig bakc mfro a sceenedir hal"l ihcwh blrobpya dha a aidcetmotann XA setmsy lcbay(slia fits evyre eno ni het Q)
endoa X : odluw tepnsre hiwt tvusiiocijc,ntn rtahot ipna uf.l.. :vsiur nto eoeenyrv ogt eth deiessa R:SV on hndicrle e tprs umeonp: wdlou atgetr a egalrr auplnopiot fo halythe oeplep as lewl.
I ruled out most of them because of no evidence of person-to-person transmission and only people with pre-existing conditions were affected. The rest would probably also affect children or other attendees or spread to others in the nursing home.
nailoLeleg si onocmm saeucs fo apmeounni rpesdimsouep no nrcciho vuistortbce lmuyprona eediass.
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legionella because it's an environmental source (residence hall), no person to person transmission, SUPERIMPOSED pneumonia (NOT a COPD exacerbation)
common bacteria for superimposed - H. flu, legionella, morexella catarrhalis (pathoma)
COPD exacerbations usually described as progressively worsening dyspnea and cough, change in sputum; more often viral than bacterial/fungal (UW)