- Flu vaccination as associated with an 18% reduced risk of premature death.
- Annual flu vaccination after a heart failure diagnosis was associated with a 19% reduction in all-cause and cardiovascular death compared with no vaccination.
- Getting a flu shot less than once a year, but more than not at all, was associated with a 13% reduced risk of all-cause death and an 8% reduced risk of cardiovascular death.
- Vaccination that occurred earlier in the flu season (during September-October) resulted in a greater reduction in cardiovascular and all-cause death compared to vaccination that occurred later (November-December).
Flu shot may save heart failure patients' lives
Published on : Wed, 12 Dec 2018
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