Updated: Apr 16
Continuous monitoring of advanced hemodynamic parameters can be helpful in detecting early pre-symptomatic changes during the early stages of influenza, which could enhance future bio-surveillance efforts. The timely identification of outbreaks, increased situational awareness, and improved utilization of isolation measures and medical treatments are among the potential benefits of this approach. Overall, this technique has the potential to better manage influenza outbreaks and reduce morbidity and mortality associated with the disease.
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