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I ruled out most of them because of no evidence of person-to-person transmission and only people with pre-existing conditions were affected. The rest would probably also affect children or other attendees or spread to others in the nursing home.
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legionella because it's an environmental source (residence hall), no person to person transmission, SUPERIMPOSED pneumonia (NOT a COPD exacerbation)
common bacteria for superimposed - H. flu, legionella, morexella catarrhalis (pathoma)
COPD exacerbations usually described as progressively worsening dyspnea and cough, change in sputum; more often viral than bacterial/fungal (UW)