RSV and Flu in Infants and Young Children

November 23, 2022

Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) and influenza (flu) are common viruses that affect the lungs and breathing passages of people. Each year in Alaska, lots of babies and young children get very sick and need to be in the hospital when they get RSV or flu.

The All Alaska Pediatric Partnership’s board member, Dr. Matt Hirschfeld, drafted a one-pager with useful information for parents related to RSV and the Flu.

Click here to review this resource.