Thursday, December 3, 2009

The main facts of the swine flu

Pigs or avian influenza is a respiratory disease in pigs by the nature of avian influenza A (H1N1 due SIV). The man in the swine flu may have entered the fever, hog rare strain of SIV, that man is capable of implementation problems. Symptoms The symptoms of swine flu in humans are generally similar to normal influenza (flu) symptoms are muscle pain, runny nose, sore throat, cough, headache, loss of appetite, fever, chills and general weakness and malaise. Other symptoms reported include nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. Transmission of avian influenza spreading from pigs to humans of people close to infected pigs. People who live in barns or visit the housing of animals infected pigs may be affected.
Transmission between humans may occur if the infected person coughs or sneezes, if others are nearby. Touch your hands to your nose or mouth after something with flu viruses on it, the spread of infection could be introduced. Consumption of pork and sausages and usually causes infections such as cooking to an internal temperature of 160 F, which kill bacteria and viruses, including influenza virus disease. Treatment and drugs against avian fever can be treated generally accepted by the four antiviral drugs for the treatment of influenza in the United States, amantadine, rimantadine, oseltamivir and zanamivir, identified in last outbreak of avian fever in 2009 and during the first two drugs. Oseltamivir zanamivir and recommendations for treatment and prevention of avian fever. Prevention of avian fever may, under certain precautions, like washing hands frequently with soap to prevent or alcohol, wash your hands. Stay away from infected persons is important because a cough or sneeze can spread the infection. When cases of infections reported in your community, stay at home whenever possible. Swine flue vaccine could be used by June 2009.


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