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I got reasonable recommendations running through a few scenarios:
60+ with fever, cough +/- muscle aches, with known exposure --> isolate and test
40+ with fever, cough, fatigue, without known exposure, with HTN / DM --> isolate and test if there is testing capacity
oh no, I know- I appreciate you sharing it. I'm always just leery of algorithm-type diagnostics when there are questions concerning how they weight various factors that go into the outcome. It's still something and it shares a lot of resources to the examinee.
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