Oculo-respiratory syndrome after influenza vaccination: trends over four influenza seasons.
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May 25, 2005
ORS is an adverse event that occurred with both influenza vaccines used in Canada. Its frequency has declined substantially but is still present after 4 years. It constitutes a clinical entity distinct from anaphylactic allergy. Unlike anaphylaxis, ORS does not constitute an absolute contraindication to further doses.
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