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What is Legionnaires’ Disease?

Legionnaires’ Disease is a respiratory illness caused by the bacteria Legionella. Symptoms typically include: fever, cough, headache, difficulty breathing, aching joints and muscles. Symptoms usually occur within 2-14 days after exposure.

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Bellevue Hospital Center released the following factsheet to provide nurses with more information about Legionnaires' disease, including its risk factors, who should be tested, and diagnosis a

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