Gender disparities exist in community-acquired pneumonia

05/19/2008 | Forbes

A study of men and women with community-acquired pneumonia in 28 U.S. hospitals found men checking into hospitals are likely to be sicker than women and have an increased risk of dying within a year, even though they receive more aggressive care. One researcher said the findings suggest men and women may have different genetic or inflammatory factors that impact survival.

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