H1N1 flu pushing hospitals to their limit
Waves of flu patients have been arriving at their doors of hospitals across the country, doubling their emergency room volume. And while a relatively small number of flu patients are requiring intensive care, some are so ill they will need round-the-clock care for weeks. As a result, many hospitals are struggling to keep up with the growing number of swine flu patients, USA Today reports.
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