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California hospital deploys surge tent to handle sudden influx of flu patients

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April 1, 2018

A sudden spike in flu-like cases in December prompted one California hospital to break out its surge tent as patients filled its ER. You should review supplies needed to treat potential influenza patients and ensure your patient-flow tracking can extend to use of a surge tent in the event flu-ridden patients threaten to overwhelm your ED

A sudden spike in flu-like cases in December prompted one California hospital to break out its surge tent as patients filled its ER. You should review supplies needed to treat potential influenza patients and ensure your patient-flow tracking can extend to use of a surge tent in the event flu-ridden patients threaten to overwhelm your ED.



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