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  • htm Swine influenza (swine flu) is a respiratory disease of pigs caused by type A influenza viruses that regularly cause outbreaks of influenza in pigs
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  • Influenza pandemic have historically killed hundreds of millions of people and it is conceivable that the latest outbreak of swine flu could do so again
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  • Influenza is a rapidly mutating virus with the potential to bring about a catastrophic pandemic. The 1918 outbreak of Spanish flu killed more people than
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  • respiratory symptoms, fever, PaO2 level, WBC, and findings on serial CXR give influenza and pneumococcal vaccine on day of discharge smoke cessation age, men
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  • least 10 days chronic: > 12 weeks common pathogens are S. pneumoniae, H.influenza, M.catarrhalis medical conditions: respiratory infections, allergic rhinitis
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  • Diagram   High risk research   Iberian mesopotamia alignments   Influenza cure research   Intersectionality   Introduction to Research
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  • > 90 mmHG Pediatrics routine immunizations hepatitis B immunization Influenza high risk groups outreach stragetgies for vaccination amantadine prophylaxis
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  • HLA Trauma Cysts, Vascular PD, Infection Helicobacter pylori, Influenza, Lipopolysaccharide, Melanoma, Whooping cough, Deficiencies Blood,
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  • Haemophilus influenzae Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B Human papillomavirus (HPV) Influenza (flu) Japanese encephalitis Measles Neisseria meningitidis Mumps Pertussis
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  • lethargic – based on 62 cases Jang et al (2009) Highly pathogenic H5N1 influenza virus can enter the central nervous system and induce neuroinflammation
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  • virologists. Viruses cause several serious human diseases, such as AIDS, influenza and rabies. Therapy is difficult for viral diseases as antibiotics have
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  • spreads? The World Health Organization states that “an influenza pandemic occurs when a new influenza virus appears against which the human population has
    10 KB (1,660 words) - 20:20, 24 January 2014
  • In 1918 a mutation of the seasonal influenza virus spread across Europe, the Americas and Asia. The Spanish Influenza killed between 50 million and 100
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  • anemia. General symptoms of acidosis, Main symptoms of influenza. Main symptoms of malaria. Potential complications of
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  • and Marburg viruses are well known members of this group, along with influenza virus, measles, mumps and rabies. Group VI: viruses possess single-stranded
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  • - CI = 3.77-16.36), scarlet fever (aOR = 12.18, 95%CI = 1.97 -75.19), influenza (aOR = 8.01, 95% CI = 4.61 -13.92), whooping cough (aOR = 19.90, 95% CI
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  • 11 January 2006 map depicting the global spread of Avian Influenza through both animal and human populations.
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  • lethargic – based on 62 cases Jang et al (2009) Highly pathogenic H5N1 influenza virus can enter the central nervous system and induce neuroinflammation
    20 KB (3,045 words) - 10:28, 22 July 2013
  • against the Influenza. It operated around 3000 hospitals and had over 20 million members. Part of the reason for the slow stopping of the influenza was the
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  • (Affecting 1 to 10 users in 100} abdominal pain falls allergy fever flu (influenza) general feeling of being unwell (malaise) neeck pain chest pain (angina
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